How to transport large quantities of boxed lunches

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Would love some tips and tools for transporting large quantities of boxed lunches. Anything other than large bins that I should look at? We are looking at as many as 300 at a time. Temperature control isn't an issue since turn around time will be so fast. Thanks in advance!
 
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What food makes up the lunches? Are they individually wrapped and if so, with what? Are they hot lunches? Cold lunches? Sandwiches? Soups? Vegetables?

The more details, the better.
 
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All of the above. It will be breakfast, lunch and dinner. Sometimes hot, sometimes cold, variety of foods. Individually packaged portions in clamshells. Will probably stay away from soups. Sandwich and salad sometimes, quiche and fruit or pastry for bfast, protein, starch, veg for dinner.
 
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Breakfast, lunch and dinner are meal times, not food items.

We don't mean to appear nit-picky here. But, the actual types of food matters. We get that you're packing for breakfast, lunch and dinner but, we need to know what you intend on packing.

In general, you can use anything from coolers to tough boxes to bags transport your food items. Pack like items with like items i.e. sandwiches with sandwiches, chilled items with chilled items like fruits and salads, dairy items with dairy items and so on.

Again, the more details, the better the answers. :)
 
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