Lunchable Jr.’s get healthier

Simply no time to pack a lunch? Lunchables unveil new, healthier options for younger kids this month, but we found they’d also work well in older kids’ lunch boxes when combined with a piece of fruit.

We tested the Ritz sticks crackers, raisins and peanut butter and found them yummy. Parents might even like them as snacks for themselves. However, young kids might find the package hard to open.

Nutrition information: 230 calories, 10g total fat, 2g saturated fat, 0g trans fat, 5g protein, 210mg sodium.

The company will also roll out two other varieties: Teddy Grahams, mozzarella cheese and yogurt dip and Ritz crackers, mozzarella cheese and turkey cubes.

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