Lunch Box Ideas with Lindsay Snack and Go! Olives

Post written in collaboration with Lindsay Olives. I received product samples from Moms Meet (momsmeet.com) to use and post my honest opinions.

Always looking for new ideas for lunchboxes? I know I do. Here’s something you might love. Lindsay Olives now come in 4-packs. These snack sizes have easy open pull tabs, no liquids (no mess), and no artificial flavors. They’re gluten-free, kosher certified, and the cups have BPA-free lining. Store them in your pantry and keep them with your snacks so you and your family can have them anytime. (Refrigerate after opening). They’re great for bento lunch boxes, salads, veggie platters, recipes and more!

Available in 4 varieties!

  • Medium Black Ripe Pitted Olives
  • Sliced Black Ripe Olives
  • Kalamata Olives
  • Pimiento Stuffed Spanish Manzanilla Olives

My Review

We’re not too familiar with the different varieties so I had the children do a taste test. Our favorite were the pitted medium black ones. I love them on pizzas myself. We’ve taken them with us to the pool and beach. I’ve taken them to work with me to top my salads and for snacking. I’m going to use the sliced black olives in a 7 Layer Dip soon for our next potluck or on a flatbread pizza. I like that they come in convenient sizes and they’re a healthy alternative. Not too long ago, I remember I could only find olives in tin cans. I never thought to pack them for lunch because who wants to also pack a can opener? These containers definitely make it easier to pack and they’re lightweight. For more information or recipe ideas, please visit their website at www.ilovelindsay.com.

Save 20%!

Readers, use the promo code LINDSAYVIP19 to receive 20% off your order of Lindsay Snack and Go! Olives on ilovelindsay.com/snackandgokids.

Olives are available to purchase at Raleys, Safeway, Albertsons, Vons, Winn-Dixie, and Bi-Lo.

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