Well this is a curious thing, spotted at WalMart for about a buck. “Lunchables” are “complete” meals to go, to eat heated or at room temperature, and were introduced in 1988 by Oscar Mayer, now part of Kraft.
They were created by a team at Oscar Mayer as a way to sell more bologna, and the first units were comprised of lunch meat, cheese slices and crackers.
Now there is a plethora of choices, including the original styles, pizza slices, diminutive hot dogs, burgers, and subs, and even tacos.
I admit to not being a regular customer, but I impulse bought this one, through it in the microwave for seconds and consumed. I admit it has good flavor, the bacon is great, as is the syrup. The waffles get kinda limp in the microwave tho, I should have tried one at room temp.
Would I buy it again? Probably not, but they’re great things for a family on the go, as long as you watch the nutrition labels. According to the package code, this product is made at South’s Finest Meats 3201 10th Avenue, Suite S, Tuscaloosa, AL 35401.
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