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Brilliance 100% Leak-Proof GuaranteedNew line of storage containers that sets a new standard in food storage - perfectly designed to be 100% leak-proof, stain resistant and crystal clear. FreshWorks Produce Saver The Rubbermaid FreshWorks Produce Saver is the key to preserving produce up to 80%* longer. Revolutionary FreshVent technology regulates oxygen and carbon dioxide, while the CrispTray helps reduce moisture and spoilage. Produce stays fresher, longer. *Based on strawberries in FreshWorks™ containers vs. store packaging. Results may vary depending upon produce and use. Crystal clear and stain resistant, the Rubbermaid Premier Food Storage Container keeps food fresh. Made of shatterproof Tritan™ plastic, this container is extra durable and has a unique lid design that minimizes trapped food and liquids so you can clean and dry more easily. Easy Find Lids Organizing your kitchen just got easier. Featuring lids that snap together and snap to the bottom of the container it fits, this food storage system ensures that the right lid is always at your fingertips. Graduated sized containers nest to take up less room in your cupboard, and its square shape takes up less room in your refrigerator. Take your leftovers from the fridge to the oven or microwave and right to the table. Clean-up is be a breeze since these containers are dishwasher safe. Made of crystal clear tempered glass, this container also has a leak-proof lid with an easy to use OnePress Seal?. Your fruits and veggies will stay fresher longer when they are stored in these innovative containers. They actually extend the freshness of whole (uncut) produce such as cherry tomatoes and strawberries before washing until you are ready to prepare or consume them. Now you can easily create fresh salads and delicious healthy snacks with your farm fresh produce! These containers are durable enough for everyday use in and out of your home. Whether you are storing last night's leftovers from dinner, bringing healthy snacks to the playground, or serving your favorite party food, Easy Find Lids help you do it all. Brilliance FreshWorks Premier Easy Find Lids Glass Lock-its Easy Find Lids


Food storage can take many different forms, depending on how much and what kinds of food you are keeping fresh. Will it be refrigerated, frozen, or kept out? Food, drinks or ingredients? Would you like it out for display? Plastic and glass food storage containers are usually appropriate for leftovers with their airtight seals and clear visibility into what you're keeping refrigerated. Glass food containers are also BPA free, and can go right into the oven for prepared food or leftovers that need cooking. Jars and canisters, on the other hand are great for countertop food and ingredient storage like spices. Our collection of food storage products is second to none. Here, you'll find everything you need, from beautiful countertop solutions for dry goods to products for storing Fido's kibbles. All of our food storage containers are BPA-free.


In light of a huge European Food Safety Authority assessment of BPA that came out in 2015, we believe that plastic is safe for food container use and have updated our guide to reflect that. After a new round of tests this year, we recommend the Snapware Total Solution Plastic Food Storage 18-pc Set. This affordable set resisted leakage well in our tests, and stains and smells didn’t linger after washing. They stayed sealed in our drop tests and sustained only minor cracks on the edge of the lid after repeated drops from waist height. The containers stack well, and multiple lids fit more than one container.


Crystal clear and stain resistant, the Rubbermaid Premier Food Storage Container keeps food fresh. Made of shatterproof Tritan™ plastic, this container is extra durable and has a unique lid design that minimizes trapped food and liquids so you can clean and dry more easily.


Food Storage ContainersWhether in the fridge or on the go, this selection of food storage containers is perfect for keeping food fresh. Food containers with lids store leftovers or newly cooked meals to keep them fresh and ready to eat. Great for use in the refrigerator or freezer. Choose from a variety of individual pieces or containers sets to find what you're looking for. Bag clips help keep bags closed and prevents them from re-opening when stored. Jam jars, bread boxes & cookie jars are also available.


“If you’re going to use a container, you want something that’s really airtight with a good seal if it’s something you plan to keep for a bit,” Nancy Hopkins, senior deputy food and entertaining editor for Better Homes and Gardens, told us. Not only will a good seal help food last longer, but leakproof construction is also important for transporting liquids. Many of the models we tested had a gasket seal around the lip and plastic hinges that snap shut so you know the container is sealed properly. A removable gasket makes cleanup easier (and will help avoid mold build up), since it can be removed and washed separately.


It’s tempting to just leave the lids on when you microwave stuff in your containers. Don’t. No sealed lid benefits from the vacuum effect that happens when you heat up your food in the microwave. Abusing the lid in this way can cause it to warp and lose its seal. When you microwave, if you must keep the lid on to prevent splatter, always make sure to loosen the lid completely and set it slightly ajar across the top of the container. An even better option is to use a vented microwave cover or a paper towel over your container when you zap it. Also, if you’re using a microwave with sensor reheat, it won’t work properly unless it can detect the amount of moisture coming off of your food.


If you use old plastic yogurt containers or takeout containers for basic food storage, you have a few reasons to upgrade. First, you can’t see through yogurt containers, so once the lid is on, you can easily forget about what you have in there (and let it rot). Second, they aren’t leakproof, which means that transporting them to work for lunch can be a messy affair. Third, such plastic containers are not FDA-approved for repeat food storage or microwaving. Upgrading to more durable glass or plastic food storage containers means they’ll last longer and keep your food fresher.


The OXO Good Grips 8 Piece SNAP Glass Rectangle Container Set is one of the few sets we looked at that’s made with borosilicate glass, which is a great material for withstanding temperature changes. However, it’s expensive (about $7 per container) and comes with only four containers, and one of the flaps completely broke off of a lid on our first attempt to close it.


November 24, 2015: In light of a huge European Food Safety Authority assessment of BPA that came out this year, we believe that plastic is safe for food container use and have updated our guide to reflect that. We plan to revisit testing plastic food-storage containers next year. Glasslock containers, which have a durable seal and stack neatly in the fridge, are our new top pick. If the Glasslock pieces are unavailable, we recommend a set of Snapware Total Solution glass containers, which are also nestable and affordable but paired with flimsy lids that are prone to damage. If you prefer plastic, we recommend the Snapware 18-Piece Airtight Box Set, which acquires smells more easily than glass but can be more convenient to use.


Like all disposable sets, the Rubbermaid TakeAlongs aren’t perfect because they’re not intended for long-term use. The plastic becomes soft when microwaved, though not as soft as the Ziploc and Glad containers. The Rubbermaid TakeAlongs also stained slightly and retained a faint tomato scent after dishwashing, which was a problem we encountered with all of the cheap plastic sets we tested. However, since this set is so affordable, has a variety of container sizes, and doesn’t leak, we’re willing to forgive these drawbacks.


Ultimately, the choice between plastic and glass is a personal one based on lifestyle, family, and concerns. Nancy Hopkins, senior deputy food and entertaining editor for Better Homes and Gardens, is unfazed by the plastic debate. “We tell people to do your homework, read the directions, wash it and store it properly,” she said. “Do what’s easy and convenient for your life.” Her preferred food-storage container is the self-sealing plastic bag for its versatility and the fact that you can lose them, which can be important in a household with kids. “My two girls did not like plastic or glass containers. They wanted things they could throw away.” Michele Thomas, the executive editor at the International Culinary Center, prefers plastic because it’s, “easy to get, easy to transport, and easy to store, especially in a small apartment.”


Impressively, the Glasslock set bounced in our drop tests with no damage to the glass container. The lids remained perfectly intact and didn’t pop off. (For kicks, we even tried dropping a Glasslock container onto cement. It broke on a corner only after three other attempts to crack the thing.) The glass Snapware set we tested didn’t fare as well in our drop tests: Some of the flaps opened, and the corner of the lid cracked.