My collection of brown paper sacks, insulated lunch bags and reusable salad containers fill a drawer in my kitchen. For decades, we have carved out a little morning time to pack lunch for school and work. This fall, few of us will tote a sack lunch to an actual school or office building. Instead, we’ll open the fridge a dozen times a day in search of satisfaction and distraction.

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