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    • Brittany Hale

      Apples for school snacks... Putting a rubber band around the slices holding them together like a whole apple stops the apple slices from browning!

    • Sarah Leber

      25-clever-ideas, household tips, storage-ideas. Stop cut apples from browning in your child’s lunch box by securing with a rubber band

    • Chastity Stemm-Randle

      Stop apples going brown in your children's packed lunch box! This blog is full of fantastic ideas!

    • Janice Keszler

      "25 Clever Ideas to Make Life Easier" from the Daily Buzz -- like tying a rubber band around a cut apple to keep it from browning in your kid's lunch. Great info!

    • Kim Ball

      I like soaking the slices in Sprite or OJ better Keep those apple slices in your kids lunch box from from turning brown - add a rubber band!

    • Michelle Marr

      Keep the apples from browning in your kids lunch bags by putting a rubber band around the cut slices.

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