Ok, so full disclosure, calling these GoPicnics a meal may stretch it, but they definitely serve as a good snack, especially for lunches, travel, or field trips. We found these multi-packs recently at BJs. We have also seen them in individual packages too.
So what do you get? They do come in a variety. You can find the varieties here, but you usually see a box with crackers, some meat or paste, and some other things. A trail mix, a dessert (cookie, bar, etc), and other things. They do a nice job on the website discussing what standards they take when calling the products gluten free:
GoPicnic products are in accordance with the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) proposed regulations on gluten-free labeling. FDA proposed regulations on the items labeled “gluten-free” means that a food bearing this claim do not contain any one of the following:
- An ingredient that is a prohibited grain
- An ingredient that is derived from a prohibited grain and that has not been processed to remove gluten
- An ingredient that is derived from a prohibited grain and that has been processed to remove gluten, if the use of that ingredient results in the presence of 20 parts per million (ppm) or more gluten in the food 20 ppm or more gluten
So we would feel pretty comfortable with having our girls eat these. Now, to find one they like!