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Eco-Friendly Tupperware you need in your Kitchen

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Tupperware is never not useful in your kitchen – so why not make the next additions to your Tupperware collection Eco-Friendly. Ever little helps when it comes to being environmentally friendly, so we hope you’ll consider these options.

BlueHills Glass Containers

This product was recommended by Melanie Musson from 4AutoInsuranceQuote

These glass containers are as versatile as you need them to be. They can be refrigerated, frozen, placed in the dishwasher, and used in the oven. The BPA-free lids snap on and make the container leak-proof. The boxes are divided into compartments so they’re perfect for packing a lunch or portioning out meals for later use.

[10-Pack] Glass Food Storage Containers

This product was recommended by Aaron Williams from KitchenFittersBedford

We are always looking at ways to reduce our carbon footprint. These boxes come in five colors (one for each day of the week) and are dishwasher/freezer safe. Both the glass and plastic is FDA approved and lead-free. Expertise & Contact: We source the best Kitchen designers in Bedford, England and connect them to local customers, with the primary aim to provide the highest quality and stress-free process from start to finish.

Glass Storage Containers with Bamboo Lids

This product was recommended by Mira Rakicevic from ComfyLiving

This set of 4 glass food containers with bamboo lids ensures the freshness of the food because of its surprisingly tight fitting. The boxes come in four sizes, from small to large, providing multi-purpose storage for different food groups. The bamboo lids can dub as cutting boards. The glass which the boxes are made of makes these products durable, eco-friendly, and easily maintained in a dishwasher. You can use them in a microwave or a freezer, too. I highly recommend these containers!

Cal Tiffin Steel Canister Food Storage Set

This product was recommended by Torben Lonne from DIVEIN

One of the reasons I love this storage set is that it’s made of 100% high-quality stainless steel that lasts for many years and causes less impact on the environment compared to plastic. The storage set comes in four sizes, and each can hold anywhere from one to five pounds of food. They are perfect to store bulk food, cereal, sugar, flour, raisins, nuts, spices, and dehydrated foods. I also like that the lids are airtight without using any silicone and that the canisters are multipurpose., You can also use them to store fresh food, soups, and veggies in the fridge as well. If you cook food in bulk, they are perfect to store mashed potatoes, beans and rice in the fridge for a few days. The best part about these eco friendly kitchen canister is that I can also use them in the oven on low heat for baking and reheating food as well, which you can never do with plastic.

Unison Save-it Storage Box

This product was recommended by Emi Louie from EmiLouie

These boxes are GORGEOUS, and the set of 5 gives you options for using in different areas of your kitchen, or you can line them all up for a streamlined look.

Multikeep Adjustable Tea Box

This product was recommended by Emi Louie from EmiLouie

What I love about this box is that it has removable dividers, which makes it completely customizable. It’s gorgeous, so it can sit in a cabinet, or even out on the countertop. And although it is advertised as a teabag box, it can easily be repurposed to hold other items such as spice satchels.

Farmhouse Wire Baskets

This product was recommended by Emi Louie from EmiLouie

These come in a range of sizes and are great for pantry storage, as well as coralling loose items such as Cuisinart blades/attachments, baby bibs and more.


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