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Swiss Farms, the suburban Philadelphia-based drive-thru market, is making packed lunches easier for parents by offering balanced kid’s meals for $4.99. Customizable lunchboxes include a half-sandwich (or whole sandwich for an additional $2), a side and a drink. To sweeten the deal, a more “grown-up” version of the pre-packed meals – which come in Swiss Farms lunchbox with carry handle – are also available. Starting at $6.99, more refined palates can choose a sandwich or hoagie, chips and a drink.
The kid’s menu is nut-free and options include ham and cheese or turkey and cheese half sandwiches; Full Circle applesauce, EnviroKidz granola bars, Annie’s cheddar bunnies or fruit snacks and Herr’s chips for sides; and Honest Kids juices or Swiss Premium lemonade.
The customizable adult (or hungry high-schooler) menu offers classic chicken salad, cranberry chicken salad, egg and tuna salad sandwiches, and Italian or turkey and Swiss cheese hoagies served with a variety of flavors of Herr’s chips and Swiss Premium drink pints. Pricing varies by selection and ranges from $6.99–$9.99.
“We know that getting back into the swing of things at the beginning of the school year is a challenge for everyone,” said Scott Simon, CEO of the 13-store, Broomall, Pa.-based Swiss Farms. Expanding its drive-thru offerings to include boxed lunches, he continued, “was a natural progression,” of the company’s goal to make “lives easier without sacrificing quality. What’s easier than swinging through a Swiss Farms on your way to work or school, picking up a coffee and breakfast and leaving with a healthy packed lunch?”
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