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Fast Food Tray, Compartment Mess Tray, School Lunch Trays, Plastic Lunch Trays with dividers Divided Serving Trays Divided Fondue Plates 12.4 x 9.96" (White+Gray)

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Au said the cost of the Lunchables for schools interested in procuring them is something else that would come into play. “From the cost standpoint, I would be concerned that these might be more expensive than meals currently available and offered in the NSLP,” she said. Our range of lunchbox trolleys can make the most of often limited space. We even have a stair climber lunchbox trolley for schools with different levels. If your space is compact we have the small lunchbox trolley helping you keep your classroom or nursery tidy. Also, if the products are reformulated to meet NSLP guidelines, they will taste different from Lunchables sold in stores because of lower sodium, saturated fat and other requirements. This can be confusing for kids,” Maroney said. There are a lot of compartments in these 100% sugarcane fiber serving trays, which are microwave-safe and resistant to liquids and oils. Maroney said she’s also interested in learning about the complete nutritional makeup of the two Lunchable products to determine if they fully meet the current and proposed NSLP nutritional guidelines.

The extra cheesy pizza option comes in a 5.05 ounce container and contains 2 ounces equivalent of MMA, 2 ounce equivalents of grain, 1/8 cup of red/orange vegetable, 7g of saturated fat, 700 mg of sodium and “meets whole grain rich criteria” of the NSLP. These disposable cafeteria trays come with four deep compartments, are made of sugarcane fiber, and can be safely used in the mi crowave (under 248°F) and freezer. These disposable trays are made from sustainable sugarcane fibers that are 100% biodegradable and compostable. They are microwave and freezer safe, leak-proof, grease-resistant, and conveniently include five separate compartments. This range of trolleys is diverse which ensures that whatever your budget or space there is a trolley for your needs. The ever popular Tuf2 Lunchbox Trolley comes in two sizes to hold either 30 or 60 lunch boxes. It is designed for longevity and because of this it can manage the daily rigours of a busy school environment. Contoured MDF beech laminate panels with sealed matching edges ensures added durability. In addition, these trolleys are wipe clean and low maintenance.


Lauren Au, assistant professor at UC Davis’ Department of Nutrition who studies the effectiveness of school nutrition programs, said she would want to know the sodium, saturated fat and added sugar content in the reformulated Lunchables to determine if they are a beneficial addition to school lunches. Made of economical co-polymer material, these textured lunch trays are perfect for serving school lunches. The navy blue trays offer five food compartments and one compartment for silverware. These unbreakable divided plates come in four colors: beige, pink, blue, and green. There are six deep sections, allowing you to easily serve a variety of foods. They’re also microwave and dishwasher safe! Carlos Abrams-Rivera, an executive vice president with Kraft Heinz, said two new varieties of Lunchables (separate from Lunchables sold in grocery stores), with “improved nutrition” that comply with the NSLP requirements, will be served in K-12 schools nationwide, beginning this fall. Made from wheat straw material, these divided plates have five compartments, including a spot for utensils! They come in four colors—beige, pink, green, and blue—and are chip-resistant so they’ll look great for a long time!

The agency’s job is to make sure any meal served at school is nutritious and falls in line with the US Dietary Guidelines. Schools are mandated to offer students five meal components – fruit, vegetable, protein, grain and milk - and students must take at least three (and one has to be a fruit or vegetable) as part of their lunch. While school meals are paid for by local and federal funding, the standards for what goes on a kids’ cafeteria tray are set by the USDA. The idea to roll out Lunchables in schools comes amidst new proposed changes to school food guidelines by the US Department of Agriculture, which oversees the federally assisted school meal program. As school nutrition guidelines get increasingly complex, we’ve seen companies leaving the K-12 segment, said Pratt-Heavner. “It’s good to see a company interested in selling to this segment. But I would see Lunchables as one of a couple of meal options, and not that schools are getting away from offering a daily hot meal option.”These compostable lunch trays work for hot and cold food and are microwave and freezer safe. While they are soak-proof, they contain no wax or plastic. Each tray also comes with paper drinking straws.

Meghan Maroney, federal child nutrition programs campaign manager at the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI), said “Kraft Heinz has been promoting it for a while now to school and state organizations,” she said. The information posted on Kraftheinzawayfromhome.com describes two products as new for the 2023-24 school year and built for the lunchroom “but are also great for field trips, summer school and dinner programs. One of the main selling points for schools is that the Lunchables for schools don’t need to be frozen, but kept refrigerated, “minimizing [school] labor needs and costs.”

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This non-flexible, eco-friendly food tray won’t flop around when you carry it. Each has five divided compartments, including a drink holder. The proposed changes aim to reduce added sugars and sodium levels in school-provided lunches. The standards would reduce sodium limits gradually over several school years. However if you are looking for something smaller then our budget lunchbox trolley is ideal. It is comes with 4 castors and 3 storage trays and because the unit is single sided it requires minimal storage. Brighten the cafeteria with these vibrant cafeteria trays made of wheat straw. They come in pink, beige, light blue, purple, orange, green, yellow, dark green, blue, and dark blue. These trays must be washed by hand. But offering Lunchables in school cafeterias might be welcome in some school districts that are struggling with higher food costs and labor shortages, said Diane Pratt-Heavner, spokesperson for the School Nutrition Association, a trade group with 50,000 members representing school food service providers.

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