Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Vintage Tupperware

This post was originally published on a blog for our Etsy shop, The Peddler's Cart

Plastic storage containers have been around for a long time. Some are very, very good and some are very, very bad. Some are expensive and some are cheap. Then there are others that fall in between.

My favorite food storage containers (for wet foods and/or refrigerator use) have always been Tupperware brand containers.

My Mom sold Tupperware. She had lots of Tupperware so I grew up surrounded by it. The canisters, the kitchen gadgets, the toys...if it was plastic, chances were, it was Tupperware.

We used Tupperware CONSTANTLY at home! We used it in the kitchen and during playtime...

We even took Tupperware to school...

Now as an adult, I still use Tupperware regularly. However, with the exception of a few pieces, they are all the same ones I used all those many years ago. A lot of the vintage pieces seem to seal more easily than the newer ones. My favorites are the Popsicle makers and the Hamburger patty press and keepers:

My Tupperware pieces are always the ones that survive the freezer and the dishwasher. In some cases, my Tupperware has lasted through decades of use!

One of the BEST things about Tupperware is their LIFETIME WARRANTY:
"Tupperware® Brand products are warranted by Tupperware against chipping, cracking, breaking or peeling under normal non-commercial use for the lifetime of the product. Please call Customer Care toll-free at 1-800-TUPPERWARE for free replacement."
With a solid reputation for quality and a warranty like that, Tupperware pieces are worth every penny.

See all the vintage Tupperware I have available in our Etsy shop.

(For dry food storage, I prefer certain Snapware pieces but Tupperware would still be a close second).

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