If you recall, one of the things I listed that I love about fall is the food. That’s because the fall harvest often produces some of the best tasting fruits and vegetables. However, they often times don’t last as long as I would like. Thankfully, I received some new Tuppwerware FridgeSmart Containers for review.
Tupperware FridgeSmart Containers
Tupperware is a well-known brand. I was very excited to receive an email about them and responded as quickly as possible to say that I would like to try these containers. I knew that if it was from them, then it would work well. Having been in the business of making food containers for years, I figured they knew what they were doing when they created the Tupperware FridgeSmart Containers.
Tupperware Brands has incorporated new technology into its FridgeSmart containers to keep fall produce fresher for days longer to save consumers time and ensure that their money is well-spent. The redesigned FridgeSmart Container offers better air circulation and advanced moisture protection. The storage chart is relocated for easier viewing, while an improved venting system moves to an easy-open seal. The containers are available in five different sizes to accommodate different types of refrigerators and storage needs.
I tried to show you both the air controlling top and the grid on the side of one of my Tupperware FridgeSmart Containers. I’m hoping that you can tell that these containers are super easy to understand and use. I think they will definitely save us some money as we won’t have to throw away rotten fruits and vegetables as often. I can say that it’s held those corn on the cobs for almost a week now and they look exactly the same! So, obviously they work.
I think the Tupperware FridgeSmart Containers are brilliant. By giving us options to control the air flow with vegetables, we are able to purchase more healthy foods without the fear of them going bad as quickly. I definitely received mine just in time. So, what do you think of these containers? Are you a fan of the brand or do you have a favorite container from Tupperware Brands?