protein This important nutrient should make up one- fourth of your lunch. Choose lean meats, poultry, seafood, eggs, nuts, and seeds. fruits & Vegetables Strive to make half of your lunch fruits and vegetables. Handheld options like baby carrots and grapes work well. If using canned fruits, select ones packed in natural juices. carbs Keep carbs to one-fourth of your lunch. Half of your grains should be whole grains, such as whole grain tortillas or bread. Y r y r r y y y u F r e s h T hyme’s bulk department. S c o o p up trail mix from U handy soup Fill a thermos (available for purchase at Fresh Thyme Farmers Market) with chicken noodle soup from the Fresh Thyme deli. assemble & eat Cut naan into wedges. Serve with pizza sauce for dipping. Top with pepperoni and cheese for mini pizza- flavored bites. Flat-out delicious Spread Flatout Flatbread wraps (like Multi-Grain with Flax or ProteinUP, Carb Down) with hummus and sprinkle with finely chopped red bell pepper, feta, and cucumber. Roll. Slice into bite-size pieces. organic prairie beef sticks and organic valley cheese sticks provide protein to keep you feeling full longer. enjoy single-serve snack packs of Cedar's hommus and crispy hommus chips for dipping. think inside the box protein punch dunk! slam tasty! mighty pack healthy lunches full of flavor by keeping a balance of protein, carbs, dairy, fruits, and veggies. roll with it! 022-025 Pack it Up.indd 24 8/8/18 9:12 AM