Tech to help you plan school lunchesA new school year has started and with it comes the daunting task of packing health school lunches. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on meal planning apps and websites that make the classic PB&J look downright old fashioned.
[MUSIC] If your kids are getting lunchbox envy of their friends, improve your lunch packing game by taking inspiration from Pinterest. Put in a search for school lunches, and you'll find some pretty incredible results. Click through to see the ones that seem delicious or doable, and you'll find all sorts of great ideas and instructions. One thing you'll notice about all those clever lunches is they're served in neat little reusable containers. Great for organizing the food and good for the environment. To buy a set of your own, check out laptoplunches.com. The site sells plastic kits for kids in the style of Japanese bento boxes. Even better is the menu library where you can search for inspiration by what's in season. Laptop Lunches also has a free iPhone app to give you great ideas on the go. And finally, let picky eaters tell you what they want through the La La Lunchbox app. Free through iTunes. Through the app kids design their virtual lunch box, then drag their favorite foods from a fully customizable list, into it. Their choices will then will automatically populate a shopping list for mom and dad. In San Francisco, I'm [UNKNOWN] cnet.com for CBS News.