As the children around Australia get ready to go back to school, parents are again faced with the stress of packing a lunchbox that is both nutritionally balanced and to their kids’ tastes. So that is why ALDI and BMF, in conjunction with the HealthyKids Association, came up with the ALDI Lunchbox Initiative. Based around an app and website, the initiative aims to educate and utilise an approved list of ALDI products to generate a week’s worth of balanced lunchboxes at the click of a button. For added personalisation, and to involve children in lunchbox making process, the app allows parents to create user profiles for each of their kids, including food that they do (and don’t) like.
See the app here: www.aldi.com.au/lunchbox
Film advertisment created by BMF, Australia for ALDI, within the category: Retail Services.
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