Make lunch boxes safe

Finding creative ways to fill your children's lunch boxes can be a real brain drain! Do more good than harm by ensuring that the food stays safe enough to eat! Temperature-sensitive foods like chicken, meat, dairy, salads, cut fruit and cut veg should be kept as cold as possible or bacteria that may be present in these foods will grow when in a warmer environment, and may then cause food poisoning. Freeze ice-packs overnight and place in the bottom of a cooler bag. There are many funky varieties of cooler bags available these days! Arrange temperature-sensitive foods in containers on top of the ice-packs to keep them cool during the day.

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