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The surprising ingredient that will seriously reduce your lunchtime meal prep


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Like making a monthly budget and hand-washing your leggings, packing your lunch never seems to make it onto the things-you-have-time-for list. File under: meal-prep problems.

Turns out, the answer is an obvious one: Applegate’s all-natural, worry-free deli meat, which has seriously upgraded the game since your brown-bag-lunch days.

With 10 to 12 grams of protein per serving, all of Applegate’s lunch go-tos leave out artificial ingredients and preservatives—and have no antibiotics, ever. (Plus, all the meat comes from animals that are Applegate humanely raised, with space to roam.)

And no, deli meats aren’t just for sandwiches. Add sliced chicken on a salad, wrap veggies in turkey, or top hummus crackers with ham for an extra protein punch.

The best part is, no cooking makes prep (and cleanup) a breeze, so you can spend less time chopping and more time being awesome. Consider lunch, hacked.

To learn more about their awesome, time-saving ingredients, visit the Applegate website.

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