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The 4 Pillars of TupperwareⓇ for the Modern Woman: Part 3

By TupperwareⓇ for the Modern Woman Founder, Joelle Larade

Part 3: Sustainability

Today, we are talking SUSTAINABILITY, the third pillar of TupperwareⓇ for the Modern Woman. One of the main reasons that I was interested in TupperwareⓇ to begin with is that I was trying to cut down on my plastic waste. I am notorious for using baggies for EVERYTHING. And I wanted to change that.

Flash forward to a few months later, and my cupboards are stocked with more re-usable containers, water bottles and other food storage solutions and less one-use plastics. And it feels great! I do not miss my baggies one bit! TupperwareⓇ makes it easy as many of their products are dishwasher safe, replacement parts are available, and they have a LIFETIME WARRANTY. What?! How many of your other containers have a lifetime warranty?

At TupperwareⓇ , sustainability goes further than simply producing products that will help consumers cut back on plastic waste. The company actually has a partnership with the National Park Foundation to support their Resilience and Sustainability initiative[1]. Their $2 million dollar donation has contributed to projects such as water refill stations, composting infrastructure, and recycling infrastructure. So cool! Check out the initiative below:

Here are some tips[2] to reduce waste using TupperwareⓇ :

· Invest in TupperwareⓇ Microfiber Towels to help you save on paper towels and reduce paper waste.

· Reduce plastic waste by opting for a reusable option, like our Eco Water Bottles.

· Take TupperwareⓇ containers with you when you go out to eat to pack up any leftovers!

· Stop wasting produce! Keep your fruit and veggies in our FridgesmartⓇ containers to keep them fresher for longer.

· Bring your FridgesmartⓇ containers straight to the grocery store or farmer’s market instead of using plastic bags. Bonus: they can go straight in the fridge when you get home!

· Use some of our smaller containers to pack snacks instead of packing them in plastic bags.

· Use our containers or Thatsa bowls for food storage instead of a regular bowl with plastic wrap over the top.

There you go! There are so many ways to be sustainable with TupperwareⓇ . As Modern Women, we should be thinking about the environment and its future. It is in our power to create meaningful change with our everyday actions, as small as they may seem. Remember, there is strength in numbers and there is limit to our power.

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