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  1. I think I found what I have been looking for. It's just five entrees and 5 cookies, so not complete lunches. Here's the address for anyone else interested.
  2. These look good, pretty kid friendly. Thanks.
  3. Those look good, like lunchables. Something the child could bring himself for lunch (if allowed at his school). Thanks for the info.
  4. That is an awesome program for northern California. I wish Illinois offered something similar.
  5. I remember seeing somewhere that schools could buy ready made frozen gluten free lunches. One box had 5 different lunches, a weeks worth for one child. Does anyone know what company makes these?