Credible Edibles began as a conversation between two sisters about how to provide their children with nutritious, environmentally-conscious lunch at school. Every parent knows that children can be notoriously difficult to engage in healthy eating when sitting in a crowded lunch room far from a parent’s watchful eye. And many parent’s dream of a convenient and reliable way to provide healthy, delicious lunches that their children will eat. From these humble thoughts emerged an idea: offering busy parents a lunch service in colourful, re-usable lunch boxes packed with a fresh and tasty, kid-friendly lunch and snacks delivered right to school. Munch N’ Lunch was born. No more frantic, last-minute preparation; no more half-eaten lunches at the end of the day; no more complaints or arguments.

And why stop with children? Many parents consulted in the development of this service said they would happily purchase the service for themselves or their entire families. And so was born the Family Plan. If your goal is to improve the eating habits of the whole family while saving time for precious family activities, this plan is for you. All members of your family receive a delicious, nutritious, environmentally-conscious lunch, delivered to your home in the early morning. Spend your mornings relaxing over a healthy breakfast, let us provide you with lunch.

And for those without children we created the Working Lunch. You can order a bento-box style lunch filled with an ever-changing variety of homemade salads, sandwiches, baked goods, fresh fruits and vegetables and savoury dips. Your lunch is made fresh every morning and delivered in a fully compostable container to your work place between 10am and noon.

Who We Are

Judi Varga-Toth founded Credible Edibles to help busy parents provide top quality school lunches for their children. Judi is mother to five children aged five to 17 years old and has been packing nutritious lunches for over a decade. She had worked for over 15 years in the non-profit sector, researching and writing on issues ranging from poverty in the developing world through supports and policies for children with special needs in Canada’s remote regions to the impact of food consumption patterns on the environment. Her passion has been to make a difference in everything she does. Her research led her to the profound discovery that the very same things that support good health in people also supports a healthy environment. She also discovered a world-wide movement committed to making just the kind of difference she wanted to make.