Lunchables will launch kids to space camp with limited ‘Lunchabuilds’ kits

Lunchables’ new Lunchabuilds Explorer Building Kit, limited to 30 kits from FAO Schwartz online, not only includes the blueprints for kids to build their own cracker and cheese rocket, but an all-expenses-paid trip to one of three real-life space camp experiences around the United States. (Image credit: Lunchables/Kraft Heinz)

A rocket-shaped stack of cheese and crackers could now launch your kid on a real-life space adventure.

Lunchables, the popular line of on-the-go meal and snack kits, is encouraging kids to play with their food through a new partnership with the oldest and largest toy store in the world, FAO Schwarz. With Lunchables’ new “Lunchabuilds” kits, families now have the chance at an all-expenses-paid trip to one of three space camp experiences located across the United States.

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