Lunchables unveils new ‘fresh’ products and customers will have to search for them

The aisle offers another option to choose from as lunchables are placed in the grocery aisle.

In partnership with Fresh Del Monte Produce Inc., the lunchtime favorite has now added fresh fruit to its boxes, including pineapples, clementines, grapes and apples.

Lunchables is now offering fruit in its lunch menu


Lunchables is now offering fruit in its lunch menuPhoto credit: Lunchables

Since the new offerings are fresh fruit, this means that first-time shoppers have to search the fruit and veg aisle for the product.

The company made the change because it wanted to offer “better options for you” to “keep kids moving forward throughout the day,” Lunchables said in a statement.

According to the company, Lunchables saw a 500 percent increase in social media searches for “fruit and veg lunchables” in the past year alone.

Just in time for the start of the school year, Lunchables with Fresh Fruit is stocking popular Turkey and Ham Cracker Stackers varieties alongside Fresh Del Monte’s favorite fruit offerings.

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Fresh Fruit Lunchables offers a delicious and high-protein option for lunch, snacking and beyond.

Shoppers can purchase the new lunchables at select grocery stores in the south-central region of the country.


Trader Joe’s has decided to bring back its popular Strawberry Lemonade Joe-Joe’s.

Every summer, the grocery chain launches the strawberry variant of their traditional Trader Joe’s cookie.

The sandwich cookie has both strawberry and lemonade flavors.

The Lemon Flavored Waffle Cookies feature a smooth strawberry cream filling with fried strawberry chunks.

Shoppers can only find the summer delight for a limited time.

Burger King has also launched two new flavors of a fan favorite: chicken fries.

Newest flavors to the menu include Chicken Parm and Chicken & Waffle Fries flavors.

Burger King has recommended them for sale in restaurants for $3.99, but prices will likely vary by location.

The two new chicken fries will be available to customers in the Boston, Massachusetts area for a limited time only, Burger King confirmed to The US Sun.


Retailers across the country are gearing up for the school year with deals and specials.

Dollar General offers back-to-school discounts of up to 30 percent.

Now through September 15, verified teachers can get 30 percent off Dollar General school supplies and homeware.

In addition, shoppers can browse Teacher’s Central for supplies such as pens, pencils, art supplies, and more.

Teachers can also grab tons of classroom crafts and other products to help them stay organized.

Note, however, that teachers must register and complete the verification process to take advantage of the offers and savings.

Buyers simply insert the 30 percent off teacher coupon into the user’s DG Digital Coupon account.

Target is also posting huge sales thanks to its annual back-to-school sales.

Teachers and students who are also Target Circle members can get up to a 20 percent discount.

College students who are Target Circle members receive a 20 percent discount July 16 through August 26.

Target is also expanding its Teacher Appreciation Event, where teachers who are Target Circle members will receive a one-time 20 percent discount off an entire in-store or online shopping trip.

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Aila Slisco

Aila Slisco is a Dailynationtoday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Aila Slisco joined Dailynationtoday in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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