Registered Dietitians

One of the biggest struggles families face during the school year is packing lunches. It can be stressful to make nutritious lunches that not only sustain kids through the day but are also inviting and delicious enough to be eaten and not returned or thrown away.

The Power Your Lunchbox Promise® was created in response to the questions and comments we were seeing from our website visitors and social media followers. We wanted to empower them with ideas, tips, recipes, and more that would not only help them pack wonderful lunches but eat a better breakfast, enjoy healthy after-school snacks and make weeknight dinners easy!

We hope that you will join us in encouraging your shoppers to make the Power Your Lunchbox Promise. For every promise made through this website, $1 is donated to Feeding America to help families in need.

Here’s how you can get involved:

  1. Collect promises from your shoppers now through Feb. 18. You can download and print the Promise Sign-Up Sheet below to use in-store or at school events.
  2. Tally your promises and enter them using the form below by Feb. 18.

 

Thank you to everyone who made the Power Your Lunchbox Promise to eat a healthier lunch last year! During 2017, over 48,000 families and classrooms made the promise to eat a healthier lunch, helping us raise over 500,000* meals for families in need through Feeding America!

Be sure to follow Produce for Kids on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Pinterest for year-round healthy eating inspiration and updates on the Power Your Lunchbox Promise.

*$1 helps provide 10 meals secured by Feeding America® on behalf of local member food banks. Power Your Lunchbox will donate $1 for every pledge taken (Jan. 8 - Feb. 18, 2018) up to $15,000.

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