Robin Food is an obvious parody of medieval folk hero, Robin Hood.
He and his band of Hungry Men "rob from the young and give to the old"; they attack schools during lunchtime and steal the kids' lunches, which they then give to old people at retirement homes.
When they steal Lizzie's lunch, she takes the L.O.C.K.A.H.S.O.C.K.A.H. and storms the Sure Would Forest Senior Center to retrieve her lunch. Just before Lizzie forces Robin Food to surrender, she sees that he is giving the stolen food to the retirement home's elderly residents, including the Senior Citizen Squad and is touched by Robin Food's kindness, until the seniors reveal that they do not want to eat children's junk food as the fat-induced meals that Robin Food supplies give seniors complications, such as preventing them from using the bathroom, and that Robin Food is only stealing it for them because he and his men (who are the retirement home's cafeteria workers) are too lazy to make any food by hand.
Lizzie gets her lunch back as the SCS proceeds to beat up Robin Food and his Hungry Men.
In Operation A.W.A.R.D.S., Robin Food is the host of the Villain's Choice Awards and Dinner Show. He was also seen next to the Dodgeball Wizard in Operation: Z.E.R.O. during the Candy Pirates attack on Kids Next Door Moonbase, and was later seen at the Convention Center.
He made one last appearance in Operation: I.N.T.E.R.V.I.E.W.S. where he tried to steal Gramma Stuffum's Tusk Pie, which then grew tentacles and attacked him and his Hungry Men, which reporter Nick commented, "It looks like Robin Food picked the wrong pie to pilfer."
Robin Food's Song
The food bandit's song is to the tune of the "Rainbow Monkeys" song. These are the lyrics:
Robin Food, Robin Food, not your average thieving dude.
With his band of hungry men, he comes to school at noon and then...
He robs from the young (and the rude)
And gives to the old (Oh, how shrewd.) ((at the old folks home) (Oh, nice dude!)
Robin Food... Yo-Ho!
- He apparently is in charge of music and hosting the Villain's Awards.
- While mainly a Robin Hood parody, his name also is a pun stating what he does: "rob food"