Lunches range from $7.50+tax for a lunch without a snack and $8.25+tax with snack. Some kids require more food and their lunches cost $9+tax.
Click here to view and download a custom lunch form.
To get started, you must either purchase the eco-friendly stainless steel bento style lunch box (PlanetBox) that we use to pack lunches or pay a monthly use fee. You may also need a lunch bag and ice pack if you don't have one already that fits the PlanetBox. The Planet Box Lunch Boxes cost between $55.95-$59.95 depending on the size and bags range from $24.95-$26.95. We offer special trial pricing - please inquire.
Lunches are delivered the night before. Sunday deliveries (for Monday lunches) are usually delivered between 2pm and 6pm. All other days lunches are usually delivered between 4pm and 9pm.
We do not currently charge a delivery fee.
Lunches are served in re-usable stainless bento style boxes. We require you purchase the lunch box or pay a monthly box use fee to utilize our service.
The stainless steel bento boxes can be returned within 30 days if you wish to cancel service. We do not offer returns on any other items including the carry bags and water bottles.
Let us know at least 48 hours in advance and we will provide lunch in a disposable container.
If you know in advance that your child will not be going to school, email or call to let us know before we make and deliver your lunch and we will provide you an in-store credit or credit for future lunch.
Yes, if you are a school or camp who is interested in implementing a new lunch program, please use our Contact Us form and we will be in touch to provide more details.
While our kitchen is not a nut free facility, you can customize meals specific to fit your child's dietary needs.
We'll be sorry to see you go, but you can cancel at any time prior to the upcoming week's cut off which is Thursday at midnight.
You select which days of the week you want meals. Ongoing, you'll continue to receive the same custom meal on those days until you make updates.
Organic refers to the way agricultural products and foods are grown and processed. Organic production is based on a system of farming that maintains and replenishes soil fertility without the use of toxic and persistent pesticides and fertilizers. To maintain the integrity of the final product, organic foods are minimally processed without artificial ingredients, preservatives, or irradiation.
Organic foods are grown without the use of synthetic pesticides, chemical fertilizers or genetically engineered ingredients. Organic Farming helps keep air, water, and soil clean by not using synthetic pesticides or chemical fertilizers.
By eating organic foods, you limit your exposure to synthetic insecticides, fungicides and herbicides, because organic farming avoids using these chemicals. Additionally by eating organic foods, you limit your intake of growth hormones and antibiotics, because organic meat and dairy farmers are prohibited from using hormones and antibiotics in organic livestock and dairy production. Finally by eating organic foods, you limit your intake of genetically modified foods because organic farmers cannot raise genetically modified crops or livestock or use production aids that are genetically modified.
Organic farming methods help provide a safer, more healthy environment by: 1) not polluting our groundwater, rivers, lakes, and oceans with synthetic pesticides and chemical fertilizers; 2) reducing soil erosion; 3) improving soil quality; 4) increasing the diversity of wildlife on and near farms; and 5) not exposing farm workers to synthetic pesticides.