How long can you keep a lunchable unrefrigerated until it goes bad?

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Im going to a event tomorow and i need to bring my own lunch.

so i bought a ham+cheese+crackers Lunchable but i dont have a lunchbox cooler to keep it in until lunch time.

(Right now its refridgerated)

So will it be ok if i stuff it in my back pack and eat it around lunch time??

ill be leaving around 9 am.

How long will a lunchable last until it rotts?

6 Answers

  • Two hours is max time perishable food should be left at room temperature. Take a lunch box with an ice pack or pack peanut butter and jelly. Both options better than a stomach ache later.

  • 59 years. I am a World War II veteran and bought a lunchables pack during my first training as a military recruit in 1942. I ate half of it and put the rest in my pocket. Years later in 2001, I took out my army suit to show to my grandkids, and out spilled the half eaten lunchables box. It had survived years of scrambling in the mud, trench warfare, two bullets, getting groped by fellow draftees, and another 59 years in my closet, and it STILL tasted good!!! Lunchables are VERY durable girl so dont worry, that should work. Bon Appetite 🙂

    Source(s): Years in the military with lunchables
  • If you think about it they are given to little kids for lunch who could eat them anytime between when they go to school to when they get home so approximately 8 hrs. I would say due to the amount of preservatives and salt it should stay good for at least 48 hours if unoƿє-ṅєd.

  • That should be fine, I took them for lunch at work all the time. I wouldn’t eat it after 8 hours or so, by then I think it would be spoiled.

  • why is this in the beer wine and spirits section ? but they can last pretty long you should be fine nothing rots in 3 hours

  • ATLEAST 1 HOUR OR 2 SINCE YOU HAVE CHEESE. WELL EVERYTHING WILL BE OK EXEPT THE CHEESE. IF THE CHEESE SMELL SWEATY DONT EAT IT.

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