Swiss Farms Makes Packing School Lunches Easier

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Swiss Farms Makes Packing School Lunches Easier


BROOMALL, Pa. — It's back to school and back to routines, and Swiss Farms is taking the guess work out of preparing lunches — for parents and kids.

The Broomall-based drive-thru market is offering well-balanced kid's meals in customizable lunchboxes. The meals include a half sandwich, a side and a drink for $4.99. An additional half sandwich is available for another $2, according to the retailer.

In addition, adult meals are available ranging from $6.99 to $9.99. Customers can choose a sandwich or hoagie, chips and a drink. Meals come in a Swiss Farms lunchbox with a carry handle.

"We know that getting back into the swing of things at the beginning of the school year is a challenge for everyone. Diving headfirst into pickup, drop-off, homework and school lunches can feel grueling. Swiss Farms has been the trusted neighborhood drive-thru market for nearly 50 years. Customers count on us, so expanding to these boxed lunches was a natural progression," said Scott Simon, CEO of Swiss Farms. 

The kid's menu is nut-free and options include ham and cheese or turkey and cheese half sandwiches; Full Circle applesauce, EnviroKidz granola bars, Annie's cheddar bunnies or fruit snacks and Herr's chips for sides; and Honest Kids juices or Swiss Premium lemonade to drink.

The customizable adult menu offers classic chicken salad, cranberry chicken salad, egg and tuna salad sandwiches, and Italian or turkey and Swiss hoagies served with a variety of Herr's chips and Swiss Premium drink pints. 

"We're all about serving our customers and making their lives easier without sacrificing quality. What's easier than swinging through a Swiss Farms on your way to work or school, picking up a coffee and breakfast and leaving with a healthy packed lunch?" Simon asked. 

Swiss Farms operates 13 drive-thru market locations throughout Pennsylvania's Delaware and Chester counties.