When I was a kid my mum would send us off to school with our lunch packed in a brown paper bag. She would make five lunches the night before and we would collect our brown bags from the crisper in the morning. She often wrote a handwritten message on the front. Inside these brown paper bags were delicious sandwiches, often a little too gourmet for my unsophisticated palette. Chicken schnitzel, lettuce and mayo were her specialty and she included interesting snacks like pate and cheese, alongside a token piece of fruit. Her lunches were legendary at school but they were not especially environmentally friendly.
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The Nude Food Movers range by Smash is designed to make it easier to reduce packing, reduce waste, keep food fresh and promote a healthier lifestyle. Nude Food Movers have every type of meal covered, including lunch and snacks at school, at work and on the go. Our range consists of lunch boxes, snack boxes, stackable snack tubes, fruit movers, drink bottles and insulated covers in a wide range of sizes and styles to suit your needs. Nude Food Movers is a strong supporter of healthy eating and creating a healthy lifestyle. The aim was to encourage Australians to pack nutritious, environmentally friendly lunches for work and school while raising money for healthy school programs.