Lunchables Remove The “Lunch” Part, Get Right To Dessert

Lunchables Remove The “Lunch” Part, Get Right To Dessert

Sure, Oscar Mayer’s P3 Protein Packs are nothing but healthy-ish Lunchables for adults, and that’s fine. Still, have you ever looked at the kids’ version of Lunchables and said to yourself, “I wish that this had less meat and cheese and more sugar?” If so, you’re the target customer for desserts from Lunchables Lunch Combinations. [More]

Let’s Just Call Oscar Meyer’s New Protein Packs What They Really Are: Lunchables For Adults

Let’s Just Call Oscar Meyer’s New Protein Packs What They Really Are: Lunchables For Adults

When I was a kid, it didn’t matter if my mom had packed the most well-balanced, complete and nutritious lunch. If I could get my hands on those processed slices of cheddar and ham in a Lunchables, I would gleefully eschew a sandwich and granola bar for it. Heck, I’d engage in a cafeteria coup for the pizza version. So I see what you really are, Oscar Meyer P3 Protein Packs. [More]

Kraft: We'd Rather You Go 23% Hungrier Than Pay A Few Cents More

Kraft: We'd Rather You Go 23% Hungrier Than Pay A Few Cents More

Yesterday, we showed you photographic evidence of how the Grocery Shrink Ray had zapped one reader’s Oscar Mayer Lunchables packages from 4.4 oz. to 3.3 oz. Turns out he wasn’t the only reader who was less than thrilled about the change. [More]

Lunchables Fall Victim To The Grocery Shrink Ray

Lunchables Fall Victim To The Grocery Shrink Ray

Consumerist reader Mike has been noshing on Oscar Mayer Lunchables — you know, the pre-packed meat/cheese/cracker things — for years. To him, they were a dependable way to have a quick and cheap bite to eat for lunch in the office. That is, until they felt the ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZAAAPPPP! of the patented Grocery Shrink Ray. [More]

Comparing the Lunchables

Comparing the Lunchables