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Food: Healthy, Vermont-made, prepackaged meals

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Published February 1, 2014 at 4:00 a.m.
Updated April 4, 2022 at 7:52 p.m.


Julianna Doherty is a mother of four, so she's familiar with the challenge of packing lunches on the fly. That's why she created Lunch Bundles, a line of all-natural, prepackaged meals that retail for about $5 a pop. Each one contains healthy nibbles such as Vermont Farmstead cheeses, Castleton Crackers, dried fruits and vegetables, and chocolate-covered pretzels. Think Oscar Mayer's Lunchables gone wholesome. The idea, says Doherty, co-owner of Graze, a Vergennes-based farm-to-fridge grocery-delivery service, is that "if you were packing the lunch, you'd use the same ingredients. You could toss it to your kid and feel good about it."

Lunch Bundles: The Vermont-made snack packs can be found at several area stores, including Healthy Living Market & Café and City Market. They'll be available at all Hannaford stores in April. Find more information at lunchbundles.com.

This article was originally published in Seven Days' monthly parenting magazine, Kids VT.

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