Moms fed up with school lunches create lunch-delivery service

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Put this under the heading: You want to come back in your next life as your kids.

Inboxyourmeal.com, a new lunch-delivery service started by two French, New York-based moms who feel the average American school lunch (think peanut butter and jelly) is inferior, is creating buzz.

Stephanie Rubin and Ingrid Calvo, who have five kids between them, launched a service delivering chef-prepared, healthy lunches daily to apartments and schools across Manhattan for $10, including delivery.

But these meals are by French Culinary Institute-trained chefs, so quiche or a smoked salmon bagel, salad, chocolate mousse and fruit skewers are on the menu. There are also gluten-free boxes.

Rubin previously worked in corporate finance; Calvo was in marketing at L’Oréal.

The duo tested the market in summer, providing lunches to camps, and have delivered 2,000 boxes to date. The plan is to expand to Brooklyn and other boroughs, and ultimately to Boston, Los Angeles and Miami.

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Source: NY Post

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