Some of the "gluten free" stuff in the GoPicnic lunches are gluten free, but processed in a facility that processes wheat. My son can't eat those items. I found some of the items sold separately (like the hummus) and other stuff (jiff single serve peanut butter, individual cups of tuna salad, etc.) All shelf stable. I put together my own "lunchables" for my son. He keeps one at school for emergencies (like when he left his lunchbox on the bus) and they are great for grabbing when we are going out for the day. I also keep one in the car just in case.
Schar table crackers come in individual packages inside the box so they are very handy.
Also, I got some great "take out" containers from the grocery store (sectioned with lids) that work perfectly.
ian's all natural allergen free foods used to have meals, now they just do mostly entrees. Go to the allergen specifications page and it will match the products you can have. There is a chicken nugget meal.