School lunches aren’t always appetizing or healthy. But a mother and daughter from San Fransisco is hoping to give parents more options when it comes to what their children eat every day.
Bri James and Dr. Schery Mitchell-James launched Scrumpt and it premiered this week at TechCrunch Disrupt SF. Scrumpt’s lunch options include items from trusted companies which are combined with everyday staples, like apples and bananas.
Scrumpt lets parents pick from a selection of 27 different lunch-ready options from a dozen different vendors, like 18 Rabbits, Beanitos and Good Health.
Three lunches cost $19 per week while 5 lunches are $24. Which isn’t that expensive when some school lunches average about $4.00 a meal.
The company also offers snack boxes and travel kits. You can get 10 snacks for $18.95 or a single travel kit, which also includes things like coloring books, tissues, card games and more.
Hopefully these boxes will take off and provide parents with more meal options!