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Pack a Little Fun

Show them lunchtime love with kid-approved gear and easy extras.
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A Better Box by Built

We’re charmed by Built’s collection of cute critter lunch totes—they’re indestructible, easy to clean, and insulated to keep food and drinks chilled until mealtime. Buy Your Own

Shape Up

Don’t be cookie-cutter about cookie cutters! Use heart, star or seasonal shapes to make cutouts with sandwiches, Fruit by the Foot, walnut bread, cheese slices or anything you’ve got on hand. Kids will love their shapely surprises.

Playful Presentation

Move beyond the plastic baggie for stylish- and eco-lunch-packing cred. Turn a simple bunch of grapes or a plain cracker stack into edible art with silicone serving cups, brightly colored containers to hold sandwiches and clever compartmentalized bento boxes.

Love Notes

Whether you’re 8 or 88, there’s nothing quite like receiving a handwritten note. Lunchbox letters are an easy touch that scores big with little ones. No need to write volumes; a simple “I love you” or “Thinking of you” will do. Need ideas? The Doughboy’s got you covered! Print the Notes

Love Notes

Whether you’re 8 or 88, there’s nothing quite like receiving a handwritten note. Lunchbox letters are an easy touch that scores big with little ones. No need to write volumes; a simple “I love you” or “Thinking of you” will do. Need ideas? The Doughboy’s got you covered! Print the Notes

Dip Tip

In addition to dunkable soup and breadstick lunch duos, don’t forget kids love to dip on the side too. Packing a small container of ranch dressing, hummus or caramel sauce will ensure veggies and fruit slices get eaten, not discarded or worse—traded away!

All in the Name

Go retro cool with classic metal lunch boxes personalized for your child’s name and personality. A mini chalkboard inside the lid leaves space for a special note from mom or dad. These also make great storage for art supplies or small toys—a double-duty win. Start Designing

Don’t Forget the Napkin!

A napkin can do so much more than keep hands clean. Show the kids you’re thinking of them by packing napkins to match the day—think pink hearts on Valentine’s Day, school colors on game day, something delightfully ghoulish on Halloween or even just a fun design to brighten up lunchtime.