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MOVE OVER LUNCHABLES!

You know what those are, the little trays of processed meats and cheese, full of fat and sodium that your kids BEG for because “everyone’s eating them.”

Well now there is another, equally dubious food selection. Candwich. It is exactly as it sounds, a sandwich in a can. There are a couple of PB and J variations as well as BBQ Chicken. YUMMMY!

The company also plans Pepperoni Pizza Pocket and French Toast in a can and if that is not enough to put you into orbit, you must be dead. Yes, I am being sarcastic.

Good Enough Mother hates to sound skeptical but really this idea of putting solid food in a can sounds about as effed up as a soup sandwich.

You know what those are, the little trays of processed meats and cheese, full of fat and sodium that your kids BEG for because “everyone’s eating them.”

Well now there is another, equally dubious food selection. Candwich. It is exactly as it sounds, a sandwich in a can. There are a couple of PB and J variations as well as BBQ Chicken. YUMMMY!

The company also plans Pepperoni Pizza Pocket and French Toast in a can and if that is not enough to put you into orbit, you must be dead.  Yes, I am being sarcastic.

Good Enough Mother hates to sound skeptical but really this idea of putting solid food in a can sounds about as effed up as a soup sandwich.

4 Comments

  1. jacki marie

    July 9, 2010 at 8:40 am

    uh, I can only think of one word… ewww?

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  3. Betty

    July 9, 2010 at 10:09 am

    I’m thinking Olivia’s food is better nutritionally!! Probably more appetizing too!

  4. serns

    July 9, 2010 at 8:35 pm

    In college, my friend bought some military rations, and shared some one time. One was a can filled in sections with round cheese, round crackers, and round chocolate (like a Nestles crunch). The cheese and crackers were actually pretty good, and the packaging was fun. Now they’re MREs instead.

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