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07-26-2018 03:44 AM
APhilosophicalGent
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Originally Posted by Tupperwarevegan View Post
This comment is totally sponsored by a Tupperware vegan! lol my.tupperware.com/susanfine

Stop using that nasty, breakable, off brand plastic that melts into your food. Blech!

Just saying, if you're going to store your food, or get your produce to last six to eight times longer, order the Tupperware. No BPA, No phthalates, and cruelty free with a lifetime guarantee.

*bows and goes back to eating her Seitan Ribs*
Cute spam, made me chuckle. Chances low that we'll ever see a second post lol.
07-25-2018 06:12 PM
silva
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Originally Posted by Tupperwarevegan View Post
This comment is totally sponsored by a Tupperware vegan! lol my.tupperware.com/susanfine

Stop using that nasty, breakable, off brand plastic that melts into your food. Blech!

Just saying, if you're going to store your food, or get your produce to last six to eight times longer, order the Tupperware. No BPA, No phthalates, and cruelty free with a lifetime guarantee.

*bows and goes back to eating her Seitan Ribs*
We were just talking about if Tupperware was still made! I had to look it up. Do you have parties?
Seitan ribs are my current favorite food!
07-25-2018 02:51 AM
Tupperwarevegan This comment is totally sponsored by a Tupperware vegan! lol my.tupperware.com/susanfine

Stop using that nasty, breakable, off brand plastic that melts into your food. Blech!

Just saying, if you're going to store your food, or get your produce to last six to eight times longer, order the Tupperware. No BPA, No phthalates, and cruelty free with a lifetime guarantee.

*bows and goes back to eating her Seitan Ribs*
01-16-2007 06:26 PM
remilard
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Originally Posted by veggiejanie View Post

Umm... Glad and Ziploc make reusable plastic storage containers.



yeah, reusable/disposable. They don't last indefinately like a true reusable container (Tupperware, Rubbermaid).
01-16-2007 04:32 PM
Kiz Tupperware, the brand, is not on that list though, is it? Why not just go with the original and the best?



This post has not been sponsered by Tupperware (tm).
01-16-2007 04:05 PM
goodlittledevil My concern was buying a product from a company that tests their on animals, not that they actually test the containers on them. I was going off of a lists from PETA and caringconsumer.com of the companies that test. Sorry if it was a stupid question, I'm just trying to be careful.
01-16-2007 12:15 PM
GhostUser
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Originally Posted by remilard View Post

I'm not even sure why Glad and Ziplock even enter the picture. There products are reusable/disposable. They are cheap (maybe a dollar each) but they don't last nearly as long as a normal plastic storage container (Tupperware, Rubbermaid et al).



Umm... Glad and Ziploc make reusable plastic storage containers.
01-16-2007 09:26 AM
remilard
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Originally Posted by Kiz View Post

Why would Tupperware test it's products on animals?



This might be an american thing but people refer to every plastic container as tupperware (and every facial tissue as kleenex). Tupperware doesn't test its products on animals.



I'm not even sure why Glad and Ziplock even enter the picture. There products are reusable/disposable. They are cheap (maybe a dollar each) but they don't last nearly as long as a normal plastic storage container (Tupperware, Rubbermaid et al).
01-16-2007 08:37 AM
GhostUser I found a reusable sandwich/snack wrapper:

http://www.reusablebags.com/store/wrapnmat-p-2.html

They also come in a set of 3.



That site also has nice lunch bags and containers if you're interested in those.
01-16-2007 07:48 AM
Spidergrrl I don't think the company that owns ziplocks actually tests them on animals. But they own other companies that do test their products on animals. I don't eat Pringles because they are owned by Proctor and Gamble --they don't test the Pringles on animals, but they do test things like Downey and Cover Girl.
01-16-2007 02:34 AM
Kiz Why would Tupperware test it's products on animals?
01-15-2007 11:29 PM
remilard how about, oh I don't know, Tupperware?
01-15-2007 11:11 PM
skyguyx5 animal testing to make ziplock bags? Never heard of that... ewww... How do they test ziplock bags with animals? (I hope they dont put them in there to test if their air tight.... *looks around worried*)
01-15-2007 11:07 PM
goodlittledevil I wanted to find some resuable sandwich containers, but all of them are made by companies that perform animal testing (Glad, Ziplock,etc.) I couldn't find any online stores that sell anything like that either. Any ideas?

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