How It Works


The basics

  • Love Bomb Lunches are fun, litterless lunches and $6 staff soups, prepared day-of and delivered to school before lunch time.

  • Each Love Bomb Lunch includes an inspiring message!

  • There is a one-time $85 fee for the Planet Box. This waste-eliminating lunchbox is yours to keep!

  • I offer three unique lunchtime options, priced per day:
    Love Bomb Lunches: The original! Intended for children in Grade 3 to Grade 8, these lunches are more substantial than the 'mini' size and are prepared for our older students.
    Mini Love Bomb Lunches: Designed for children in preschool to Grade 3, these lunches are designed with a smaller appetite in mind.
    Staff Soups: Warm, homemade soup delivered to your desk in a thermos mug with handle ready to drink. (Only available for staff members.)

  • Lunches and soups are available Tuesday to Friday.

  • Food or allergy substitutions are not currently available.

  • Not sure if your child will like our Love Bombs? You can try one for FREE!

The process

  • Sign up! Let me know how many lunches you’d like to order.

  • Place your order using this form.

  • I pick up your Planet Box, pack your litterless Love Bomb Lunch, and deliver it to your school before lunchtime on your selected days.

  • I collect your child’s box at the end of the school day, clean it, sanitize it, and get it ready for the next freshly packed lunch!

Your Planet Box is yours to keep if your child outgrows their Love Bombs!

Your Planet Box is yours to keep if your child outgrows their Love Bombs!

Every Love Bomb lunch includes an inspiring note to brighten your child’s day!

Every Love Bomb lunch includes an inspiring note to brighten your child’s day!

 

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Ingredients

Every Love Bomb Lunch is prepared in line with the health-focused guidelines in Canada’s newly updated food guide, including:

Bread, cereals, potatoes & other starchy foods.
Why? These foods provide energy, fuel for vital tissues and organs including the brain, as well as fibre, B vitamins and other minerals.

Fruits and vegetables.
Why? Fruit and vegetables are a good source of vitamins, minerals, fibre and antioxidants.

Dairy.
Why? Dairy foods provide calcium, iodine, vitamin B12, vitamin A and protein.

Meat, fish, eggs, beans & other non-dairy sources of protein.
Why? These foods provide protein, iron and zinc. Iron is very important as we rely on obtaining it from the foods we eat as our bodies do not make iron.