Sandwich Making 101
Step 1: Keep all ingredients refrigerated throughout the sandwich-making process.
Step 2: Wearing gloves is REQUIRED. Wear hair ties in longer hair. Lay out white bread (easiest to digest). No ends/heels. No condiments.
Step 3: Place one piece of cheese on EACH slice of bread. Every sandwich should have at least two pieces of cheese.
Step 4: Use 2.5 ounces of high-quality turkey or ham on each sandwich. No condiments.
Step 5: Place each sandwich in an individual Ziploc sandwich bag. Press out excess air. Seal tightly.
Step 6: Neatly place the zip-locked sandwiches into the loaf bag, press out excess air, and secure well with a twist tie. No knots/bands.
Step 7: Deliver your sandwiches to a convenient host site. Follow the host’s directions for sign-in, labeling, and refrigeration.
Sandwich Making Instructions
Click on the images below to download a PDF on how to make sandwiches
What type of peanut butter and jelly should I use?
Creamy peanut butter & jelly (no jam)
Do I have to worry about expiration dates?
Yes, select the latest expiration dates
When should I assemble sandwiches?
No earlier than Tuesday evening for Wednesday drop off.
How do I close the loaf bag?
Twist ties. No bands or knots. PLEASE be sure twist ties are secure.
What do I need to do to prepare and ensure the food stays safe for consumption?
Please download and print our Food Safety Guidelines at this link
How much meat, cheese, bread, and/or peanut butter & jelly do I need to purchase?
Use our handy inventory list that will show how much to purchase to make the perfect sandwich.
What else can I bring with sandwiches?
Fresh fruit (apples, oranges, green bananas), small boxes of raisins, and SOFT protein bars