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Lunchables is a brand of food and snacks manufactured by Kraft Heinz in Chicago, Illinois and marketed under the Oscar Mayer brand. They were initially introduced in Seattle in 1988 before being released nationally in 1989. Many Lunchables products are produced in a Garland, Texas facility, and are then distributed across the United States.

Lunchables have complaints about the hight sodium content and saturated fat, according to a post published at mashed.com by Eve Vawter.

"Still, a common complaint is that Lunchables contain way too much sodium and saturated fat. Some varieties of Lunchables contain as much as 750 grams of sodium for a single serving (more than 30 percent of the daily recommended intake), while others have almost half a day's worth of the recommended saturated fat."

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