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Healthy school lunch delivery

Animal Box delivers fresh, nutritious school lunches right to the doors of Sydney families.

Putting together school lunches that are both nutritious and appealing can be a challenge. Enter Animal Box, a new Sydney company that provides home delivery of colourful, fresh and healthy lunches that kids are bound to love.

Based on a belief that healthy children are happy, energised children, Animal Box strives to create a healthier community by helping parents incorporate the healthiest choices into their children’s lives. Each lunchbox contains a main meal, two snacks, a drink and a piece of fruit, developed by nutritionists using only fresh, in-season produce from local growers and farmers – all presented in recycled (and recyclable) packaging.

Animal Box was created in response to research that revealed that many kids’ nutritional requirements were not nearly being satisfactorily met while at school. A team of qualified cooks and nutritionists make sure each meal created by Animal Box is balanced and nourishing, full of fresh fruit and vegetables that will keep the kids going all day long.

“We developed Animal Box due to a sincere passion to improve the nutrition of Aussie kids,” says co-founder Stephen Sue. “We work with nutritionists ensuring our lunches are packed with only fresh local produce, full of the necessary vitamins for your child’s proper development.”

Find out more at animalbox.com.au

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