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Saturday, March 7, 2015

PlanetBox Giveaway

Did you know March 10 is National Pack Your Lunch Day?




Mom Does Reviews and her fun blogger friends are happy to share this giveaway with you.  PlanetBox is sponsoring this giveaway in honor of National Pack Your Lunch Day!
I want to introduce you to Planetbox, the smart lunchbox that guides adults & kids in packing a well-balanced meal quickly and easily.  Part bento box, part TV dinner tray, our segmented containers are the best way to pack delicious, no waste meals for school, work, or on the go.  PlanetBox is truly lunch transportation for the green generation and helps with portion control.  Check out the Meal Planner HERE.



 Not your old fashioned metal lunch box, the segmented stainless steel containers promote portion-control and encourage choices from a variety of food groups.  Stuck in a lunch rut?  There's the newly updated "Plan-It App" that helps users plan healthy ways to fill each compartment for each day of the week.  After you've planned out your week, you can even download a shopping list to take with you to the grocery store. PlanetBox's Instagram has all sorts of ideas as well.  Be sure to check out Mom Does Reviews full review HERE.

ENTER TO WIN!

One lucky reader will win a PlanetBox of their choice. (Depending on sponsor's selection)
THe giveaway is open to US only, 18+
The giveaway ends 3/18 at 1159p est
Be sure to come back daily for more chances to win!

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33 comments:

  1. My child either gets a Lunchable or a PB&J sandwich with snacks.

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  2. Well I pack my husbands - but it's typically a couple of sandwhiches, chips, a fruit option, a small dessert option and then little odds and ends snacks

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  3. I normally pack sandwiches, fruit/veggies and a snack.

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  4. I usually pack sandwiches, a snack pack of cookies, some carrot sticks and a little bag of chips. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

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  5. Normally I pack fruits, cheese and crackers, a sandwich.

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  6. My son packs a smoothie, some crackers and a couple cookies usually.

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  7. Sandwich, chips, cheese stick, apple or banana. I would love to have this.

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  8. I like to pack easy finger food for myself - cooked turkey breast, vegetables, grapes, an applesauce and I picked up a coffee.

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  9. My kids eat school lunch. I usually pack my self fruits, veggies and pita crackers.

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  10. I try to pack veggies and fruit and some sort of lean protein

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  11. I have yet to pack my child's lunch but will hope to begin that soon.

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  12. My child's lunch consists of a turkey sandwich on whole wheat bread with sliced tomato OR slice of veggie pizza OR chili with chips, grapes or strawberries and weight watcher's brownie and container of water.

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  13. I pack a ham and cheese sandwich, a apple, and a juice box for my child.

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  14. Peanut butter and jelly sandwich with their choice of snack.

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  15. usually a sandwich, fruit, some sort of crackers and a drink

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  16. Organic Apples, organic cashews, Happy Tot pouch, organic carrots.

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  17. My kids luv nut butters and all fruit spreads...turkey wraps are fav too.

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  18. Mu husband usually takes frozen veggies and sandwiches. My daughter takes just a snack juice, and maybe a bag of chips or apple.
    toni marie caravello feimer

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  19. sandwich some fruit a snack

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  20. A sandwhich, a fruit or veggie and a snack.

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  21. I usually pack myself leftovers from Dinner the night before. Trying to get better at doing that so we waste less.

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  22. I normally pack my girls crackers and pepperoni, cheese stick, fruit, yogirt, water, and something sweet. I try to switch up the fruit and sweet snack to make every day different. Would love to pack it in this lunchbox!!

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  23. My kids pack most of their lunch, crackers, dried fruit, pretzels, fruit leathers, beans, veggies. I cut up fruit and make them a sandwich or heat up food for the thermos right before school

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  24. Sometimes left overs, or sandwich, I try to cover every food group. Usually carrots, apple, cheese sick or yogurt with fill ins like crackers.

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  25. We always pack lunch for school, and I have been really wanting to get some lunch containers like this for my daughter! They are so adorable!

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  26. Usually something on the lines of a sandwich, fruit, veggies with some ranch dip, either fruit snacks or cheese stick.

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  27. I usually pack myself either soup or a salad with a piece of fruit and a yogurt

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  28. We love packing leftovers!

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  29. My daughter loves honey wheat pretzels. I also give her a quesadilla or sandwich, fruit.

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  30. I would use fruits and cheeses and sandwiches for the lunch. I love this lunchbox.

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  31. I usually go with a regular P,B & J, they like it and it is real easy and doesn't go bad.

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