{Giveaway} 7 FOFs will win the “greenest” kitchen containers on Earth!

FOF is giving away seven 10-piece sets of Kinetic Go Green Glasslock food storage containers. Enter to win by commenting below and answering: Have you ever been to a Tupperware party?

Thank you for entering. This contest is now closed.

The party may be over for Tuppwerare. Those ubiquitous plastic containers are taking the heat for their possible risks to human health and the environment. A new study has shown a link between a chemical in plasticware (BPA or bisphenol-A) and breast cancer. (Read more here.)

One company, Kinetic, is ahead of the curve with their line of environmentally-friendly, BPA-free glass storage containers, Go Green Glasslock. They were named a top contender in Good Housekeeping’s rigorous test of 28 different food storage products. Editors at Real Simple named them the “Best Container for Leftovers” and Cooks Illustrated highly recommended Kinetic Glasslock in a review. “A neat, tight, reliable seal, good capacity, and solid performance in every test made this container a standout,” they wrote. “If you are concerned about microwaving food in plastic storage containers, this is the one to choose.”

In addition to the health benefits, the environmental arguments for using glass food storage over plastic are compelling. Glasslock products are made from a natural organic compound that is 100% recyclable. Plastic is made from artificial substances and can take up to a millennium to break down in a landfill. So, don’t rush to trash all your plastic containers just yet, but when thinking about your health and the environment, glass may just be the plastic of the future.

Enter to win one of seven, 10-piece sets of Kinetic Go Green Glasslock food storage containers by commenting below and answering: Have you ever been to a Tupperware party?

(See all our past winners. See official rules. Seven winners are chosen at random from all those commenters who answer the question. Contest closes March 31, 2011.)

345 Responses to “{Giveaway} 7 FOFs will win the “greenest” kitchen containers on Earth!”

  1. Rebecca says:

    No because when I spend money I never stop lol but I hope I can win some.

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  2. gshep says:

    I have bought so much tupperware and I hardly have any now. I have given food to so many people and they like the containers as well as the food I think !

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  3. Joann Fore says:

    Yes, I have however it has been a while

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  4. Soledad says:

    Yes I have been to several many moons ago and I still have many containers. I didn’t know they had this problem. I have been thinking of getting glass containers and haven’t gotten around to it. Would be great to win these. 🙂

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  5. Val says:

    Tupperware Party you ask? Haven’t been to one in a while but when I first got married I was to numerous parties since my cousins and friends were getting married about the same time. In fact I still have square containers, dessert bowls with lids, cups, round containers and oval beverage containers with red lids. Great products that’s for sure.

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  6. Helen S says:

    I have been to many Tupperware parties, purchased a lot and sold it in the past. (before we found about all the dangers heating them can be). These Go Green will be the next on my shopping list.

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  7. Karen says:

    I used to go to tupperware parties all the time in the 1970’s. Do they still have them?

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  8. Nikki says:

    No, I have not been to a Tupperware Party. I should though. The plastic storage containers I use are probably giving me cancer 🙁

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  9. sharyn says:

    I never went to a party, but I won tupperware in a contest (I was 16 then).

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  10. Jamie says:

    Not only have I been to Tupperware parties, but I hosted several parties years ago. I love Tupperware and it holds up well.

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  11. Carol says:

    I love how you’ve correlated the give-away with your ‘evils of plastic’ article! When I think of all the plastic storage containers I have, and how I cook and reheat in them, well . . . I certainly would love to win this set!

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  12. Jeanne Miro says:

    I’ve not only been to a Tupperware party but I was a Tupperware manager for 15 years (at the time you got a free car to drive).

    I still like my Tupperware but my older son recently gave me a Kinectic Go Green container to try and said to me “Mom you’ve going to love this”. He was right! I love the way they close (as you get older the hands don’t work like they used to and these where easy to open and close).

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  13. granniesug says:

    Nothing like a bunch of women getting together to eat, socialize, and spend some money! Tupperware parties can be oodles of fun!

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  14. Joan says:

    Yes, I used to have Tupperware parties, years ago and still have many of my Tupperware items today!

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  15. Joan says:

    Sure I had Tupperware parties. I still have one of the earlier lettuce keepers and pie and cake takers for over 20+ years!

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  16. mell says:

    Nope, never attended one.

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  17. Dawn says:

    yes, but it was 10 -12 years ago. i still use the last pieces i purchased but i’m concerned about the health risks and i would like to find healthier containers for heating leftovers in the microwave. i think i have tupperware dating from the 70’s!

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  18. margara says:

    not really….i usually buy such tupperware whenever i see a good deal, and im lately fond of glass hermetically sealed tupperware… i do hope i win a chance to try these out as well!

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  19. Vicki Wobrock says:

    I have only been to a Tupperware party once years and years ago! I thought it was great at the time and am sorry to hear that they have not kept up with the ecological and health progress that other companies have made with their products. I am converting my home to a toxic-free zone and would love to own these storage containers!

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  20. Victoria Osweiler says:

    No, I don’t play well with others!

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  21. Susan P. says:

    No, I’ve never been to a Tupperware party.

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  22. Karen L. Williams says:

    It’s been years and my BFF used to sell years ago. We’re looking for a rep., for we have some tops that have cracked and they have a lifetime guarantee.

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  23. Julie says:

    I have been to many a Tupperware party! What’s funny is that now Passion Parties are what Tupperware Parties used to be!!!!

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  24. Tamika Wilks says:

    Wow, Yes, I went to a Tupperware Party some years ago!! Great products!

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  25. Bobbie says:

    I used to go to Tupperware parties all of the time and years and years later – I’m talking about 30 years – I still have a couple of Tupperware items! Sorry they are now listed as unsafe – one thing – they are really durable! lol

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  26. Olga Nohra says:

    Fond memories of many neighbor hosted tupperware parties! Most of the neighbors are gone — moved on to different cities and parts of town but the tupperware is still here! 🙂

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  27. Rita Snipes says:

    I have been to a Tupperware party. I stopped using Tupperware about 10 years ago. I prefer glass and since I live on an island that is 100% Eco-friendly, I can use all the help I can get in finding new items for myself and the other ladies on the island. This sounds like a great “Show and Tell” for the Ladies of the Round Table coffee!!

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  28. wendy mcguinn says:

    Yes, zillions. I went to so many they convinced me to become a consultant. I got a flat tire on my way to the first party. When I arrived, late, greasy and dirty from changing the tire everyone felt so bad for me that they bought tons of stuff! I really liked it as a little side job and it was fun to get together with all different groups of women. It opened up my circle of friends, so nice to have the opportunity to socialize with so many age groups and different walks of life. And I got some of my favorite recipes from hostesses! As far as the products, they were fun then, very popular and trendy.

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  29. Patricia Assanowicz says:

    No, I have never been to a tupperware party, I have heard some fun stories about the parties and made a promise to my friend that I will attend the next one in my area. My friend gave me 2 tupperware bowls for my birthday and I absolutly LOVE them they are tough and do exactly what they promise. To win this for me would be awesome, I own very few containers that I can store food in, I love to cook and hate waste. If I am the lucky one, you have no idea how excited I will be, I am the type of woman that can be happy with the littlest of things because I was taught by my Mom, always appreciate what is given and always say thank you, so thank you Mom, I miss you, I want to say thank you for instilling one of many values you taught me, and if I win, I promise Mom I will make your favorite jam from my blueberry and strawberry plants.

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  30. mell says:

    I have never been to a Tupperware party.

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  31. Pam says:

    Yes, it is the only containers I purchashed for years and years… they last forever…LOL

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  32. carylanne says:

    Yes, I have but it was quite a while ago…I don’t like plastic only glass for storing food items, etc.

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  33. Debbie says:

    Not only have I been to one but I used to be a Tupperware rep about 35 years ago!

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  34. Barbara says:

    Oh my gosh yes! And all those games we used to play to get a teeny tiny bowl keychain, or a beverage cup! But it usually was fun anyway!

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  35. Carmen says:

    Yes, and although I’m not usually a fan of in-home parties, I LOVE a good tupperware party! There is always something fun, useful, and affordable to buy.

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  36. Donna says:

    Yes, I have been to a couple Tupperware parties
    and love their products. I was just looking for some old paperwork to return a bowl that is “nasty” for a replacement.

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  37. Kathy says:

    Yes. I’ve been to many Tupperware parties. I even sold it for about a year, a long time ago. I am ready for some glass containers.

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  38. Annie says:

    Tupperware was the “it” storage a generation ago. I attended T parties and purchased many storage containers over the years but the containers eventually warped and yellowed and I have none left. Currently, I use my mother’s vintage (old as the hills) glass containers with GLASS lids which do not seal well for good storage. I would LOVE to have containers that do the job!

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  39. Jo Ann McCready says:

    I went to a Tupperware Party as a very young bride of 21. It was memorable because I won the door prize of a package of containers, drinking cups, measuring spoons and measuring cups. And…35 years later, we are still using them!

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  40. Sandra Crispo says:

    Yes, but it was over 30 years ago, when my children were little, so do not remember much and after many moves do not have any of the stuff I bought back then.

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  41. Kathy says:

    I attended my first Tupperware Party while in college. I think I’m still using some of those containers I bought at my first party ( over 35 years ago). The stuff lasts forever – which proves they won’t breakdown in a landfill either. As I read the above, I see I need to replace them!

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  42. carol l says:

    No, I have never. I used to use tupperware but not anymore. Now I just use ceramic bowls that I have or bought at garage sales. I replaced tupperware cups with glass also and harp on my kids about plastic.
    spcale at yahoo dot com.

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  43. Kristine P says:

    It’s been forever since I was at a tupperware party, but they have the most unique storage items.

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  44. Sue says:

    Yes,
    I’ve been to Tupperware parties! But have not bought any of the products. I went and bought glass containers at a flea market ! Kinda scary heating left-overs in plastic!!!!Yikes!

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  45. carol says:

    I have been to many Tupperware parties in the past.

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  46. Shelly Burton says:

    Yes, I have been to many tupperware parties in the past. I was even a rep. at one time.

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  47. Rebecca says:

    I have been given some but never gone that I can remember. However I have been searching for glass containers that make sense in the cabinet. Since my cancer treatment I have been looking for ways to reduce any source of pollution in my body!
    Thanks for these great contests… I love them!

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  48. fran says:

    Yes but it was years ago- the 1970′. I had amother-in-law wh gave all 4 of the daughter’s in lw Tupperware for every ocassion. I hve a dishwasher full of it ( that is where I store it as I do nto use the dishwasher because it takes so many days t fill it runout of silverware long befre it is 1/2 full. Then there are lwayso manythings that have to be hand washed eanyway so why both with the machine.

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  49. Carol says:

    One of my bridal showers (eons ago) was a tupperware party!!! guess what I got for gifts???

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  50. Valerie Burns says:

    Once again without typeos – I have been an environmentalist for 30-years. I support green products, and would love to win a set of your container products.

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  51. Valerie Burns says:

    I gave beeb an environmentalist for 30 years and support green products. I would love to win your product.

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  52. Debbie Shirley says:

    I sold Tupperware as a representative and as a Manager for years. We always advised our party guests which pieces of Tupperware were microwave safe, and which ones were not. I do not use tupperware in the mircrowave, and would love to own a set of Kinetic Go Green Glasslock food storage containers.

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  53. Susu says:

    Yes, living in a military area I have been to many tupperware parties and have loads of tupperware in my cabinets

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  54. Jane says:

    Surprisingly enough, I have never been to a Tupperware party. This is surprising because I have been to pretty much every other kind of home merchandiing party you can think of! I do love a good container (I carry my lunch every day!), and I love saving left-overs. These Kinetic containers look fabulous!

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  55. Jan says:

    I don’t know anyone who hasn’t been to a Tupperware party! If you have lived to be over 50 in America you have been to a couple at least.

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  56. Nicole Cook says:

    I haven’t been to a Tupperware party for a long long time. It seems to me that the plastic ware is over priced.

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  57. Tobi says:

    I have never been to a Tupperware party- but have bought some wonderful pieces at kiosks in malls. My favorite has been the microwave steamers ( have both sizes). I do not have any good quality storage pieces.. The Kinetic Go Green Glasslock food containers look wonderful.. Looks like what I’m missing from my kitchen!

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  58. Shellie says:

    No, I’ve been to other house sales parties but not Tupperware! Love the concept of Kinetic’s Go Green products!

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  59. Teri says:

    Yes, I’ve been to a Tupperware party and I still use some of the canisters. I try not to put any Tupperware in the microwave anymore, though. Don’t need anymore toxic things in my world!! The Kenitic Glasslock containers look great!!

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  60. lynn says:

    Been to many partys and years ago I was at the store and tour in orlando florida. That was exciting!

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  61. Anice Stonerock says:

    Yes, I have been to many tupperware parties back in the day – even had them. I still have a golden mustard color container! Always had fun at them. It was a good reason to have a party and buy things! Haven’t been to one in a long time. I still use their containers. Two of my favs are the deviled egg container and the cake carrier.

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  62. Susan Stokes says:

    Yes Many Tupperware Parties. : ).Have been looking for replacements That are Eco Friendly..I trust your Site..Thanks for All The information And I would like to be entered to win..Susan VT

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  63. Marsha says:

    Never have, although some time ago I ordered one or two Tupperware pieces through a friend whose friend (an FOF!) was selling it.

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  64. Jane Nelsen says:

    Not only have I been to a Tuperware party, I sold Tupperware for a very brief period of time. When I was newly married, I wanted every piece they offered. I am now 57 years old and do not own a single piece. I have been looking for bpa free storage…would love to win some!

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  65. Rebecca says:

    Yes, my sister used to sell Tupperware.

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  66. Elaine Gasaway says:

    I used to just love going to Tupperware parties, but I never wanted to hold one myself. Now, Tupperware has made it expensive to get free replacements for the pieces that have worn out, and I’m no longer a fan.

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  67. Rebecca Jones says:

    Years ago, I not only attended Tupperware parties, but hosted them as well.

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  68. Lana Huston says:

    In my younger days (ha!), I feel like I went to a gazillion Tupperware parties, along with the basket parties, etc. ect. I finally wised up (a little) and switched to Rubbermaid because it was cheaper and I didn’t have to go to any more darn parties!
    Currently, in spite of my gradual switchover to glass, I find myself still eye-balling and somehow desiring a pickle container or a cake carrier. Wonder whatever happened to my Grandmother’s old glass refrigerator dishes?

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  69. ANNETTE RIGGS says:

    Went to parties lots and lots of years ago – had lots of Tupperware -finally got rid of it all except a couple of large bowls. It would get so sticky and absorb odors and colors. Not so good. Would love to have this set of glass containers. Thanks for all your great giveaways.

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  70. Francine ONeill says:

    Organic is always good.

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  71. Irishstar says:

    During the 70’s as a young wife and mother alot of my social life and contact with the “outside”world took place at Tupperware parties as well as Mary Kay,jewelry etc,etc. I am still using some of my earliest Tupperware buys!

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  72. Sheryl says:

    Yes, because my mom used to sell it when I was a kid.

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  73. linda Baggetta says:

    When I was married over 35 years ago, I had the most extensive collection of Tupperware! My son’s nursery school had numerous Tupperware parties, so I justified buying my large collection since it benefitted his school.

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  74. Shari says:

    Have been to quite a few, plus bought through family members and friends and fellow employees at work. Not for quite a while though.

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  75. Deborah Thelen says:

    Honestly, I don’t remember if I’ve ever been to a Tupperware party. Possibly as a child with my mother. These containers are great though because theyre square-ish and made from recycled materials! Very cool!

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  76. Wendy says:

    Yes, I actually hosted one back in the late 80’s.

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  77. Arletta says:

    Oh, yes! I’ve been to more than I can count. The parties were fun. I always bought something even when I didn’t need it. I’ve started using other types of storage containers that don’t scratch or leach into food. I believe this is a much safer way to store food. The Go Green Glasslock items look to be something I would use. The square shape would accommodate space in cabinets and the refrigerator. Please pick me. I would love to own these.

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  78. catherine lawton says:

    I have been to a tupperware party, when I was younger it was a great way to meet friends and get the latest free items. At one party I met a woman who has become my best friend and we always kid about the way we met, I have saved one item from all the parties I went to. the orange peeler. I always had fun at these gatherings.

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  79. Anita Yancey says:

    No, I have never been to a Tupperware party. But a friend gave me a couple of pieces, and I do like them.

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  80. Marne Rogers says:

    I’d be happy to swap out all the old containers for less toxic ones. I’m over 50 and looking forward to be over 75 and then over 100.

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  81. Christine A says:

    I have only been to a Tupperware party as I child with my mother. While they have some interesting products I have just never found them to be what I found useful in my kitchen. I have always tried to use stainless steel and glass products in my kitchen as I have always thought they were better because they can be sanitized easier, and I don’t worry about them absorbing anything harmful. Thanks for all your great contests!

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  82. Maureen Stanford says:

    It’s been several years (more than 20) but I have attended and hosted Tupperware parties.

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  83. FutureLint says:

    I have been invited to Tupperwear parties (and a million other types) but never gone!

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  84. Becky says:

    Have I ever! A good friend’s mother was a tupperware rep. So, yes indeedy and happy to say so. Direct sales parties are fun, social and you get a fun new item. I always appreciate the mimosas that are served as well.

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  85. Jane G. says:

    I had a tupperware party maybe 40 years ago. I still have some of the old tupperware I use for dry storage. The glass storage would be much better, and I do have a few. I would love to have a complete glass storage selection.

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  86. Pamela Wood says:

    I have been to many Tupperware parties. My favorite purchase that I still have and enjoy is a cake stand. My husband and children are amazed that it is over thirty years old!

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  87. Phoenix says:

    While I’m a big fan of Tupperware products, I’ve never been to a Tupperware party – or any other kind of home sales party.

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  88. Patricia Assanowicz says:

    Yes, years ago I attended a tupperware party, I was blown away at the items tupperware sells. I would LOVE to win this, I have No containers at all, I started out early with the spring clean out and all of my old containers were sent to recycle, I hate wasting food, tupperware is so far ahead of their game, this is a company you can trust. Thank you

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  89. Anna says:

    These containers are similar to the ones I use–they’re great!

    I have been to Tupperware party, but not in years.

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  90. Susan says:

    I’ve been to a Tupperware party years ago. I no longer have any of their items. The partys were fun, food & games to win the Tupperware & time away from family life. It was just for the girls!

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  91. Nancy says:

    When I was a little girl my mom and Grandma just to hosted some tupperware parties at my Grandma’s home.
    I had so much fun playing and eating what they prepare for the guest :).
    It was special for little girls like me cause we got prizes as the women did.

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  92. Vicki H says:

    I have and actually did Tupperware sales for a very short time. I had never heard that about Tupperware so am glad I came on and read this. Wow.

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  93. Roxanne says:

    In the distant past, I attended many Tupperware parties and hosted several. I still have some Tupperware, but most is not microwave safe, like Glasslock. I have not bought any in decades because although it is guaranteed for life, when I have had pieces break, they could not replace them because they were no longer available and there was nothing comparable.

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  94. daphne says:

    yes, I have been to a tupperware party. Half of my current containers are glass, with plastic covers..I would like to have them all like that.

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  95. b says:

    I have a friend that has these…she swears by them. Once a week she shops, puts all her vegetable in the containers and they last until the next week.

    Now I want them!!!

    b

    http://www.retireinstyleblog.com

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  96. Lesli says:

    Need to get some of these….

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  97. Charlie says:

    Never.

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  98. Margie says:

    Oh my!!! it has been many, many years since I’ve been to a tupperware party. I have bought tupperware from craft shows and rummage sales though

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  99. CCN says:

    Yes, I had been to many Tupperware parties years ago. I have many Tupperware containers, etc. from a few years ago, as well as many Tupperware pieces from long ago, including my two favorites: a “convenience canister”, and a bird of paradise bath brush. Who else has a 40-year- old bath brush that still is in great shape!? (I got a new bath brush from another company, but went back to using my comfortable Tupperware bath brush. Perhaps, it belongs in a museum ….. LOL!!!!) Would love to win the glass Kinetic ware. I would rather use glass storage rather than plastic.

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  100. Rose says:

    It has been years since I’ve been to a tupperware party. I love the clean look of these new containers and the cook & serve function. They also don’t stain or retain food odors. Would love to win a set.

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  101. lois says:

    Yes I have been to a party and hosted a few. The stuff last forever.

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  102. elaine says:

    Yes, decades ago . . . the only pieces I still have and use are the cereal containers. This research is alarming. Thanks for opening my eyes to how hazardous plastics is to our lives. I’m definitely ready to make the switch, winning these would be a great start.

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  103. Chuck V says:

    I have never been to a Tupperware party, but I would like to go.

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  104. Carole says:

    I have not been to a Tuppeware party in years. These containers look like the perfect set to replace my plastic’s.

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  105. Barb Mazzara says:

    30 Years ago, I was a Tupperware dealer and attended many parties. I will feel much safer replacing my old Tupperware with these awesome safe glass containers.

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  106. Anita Heykants says:

    Tupperware is well in my past. And, it did not hold up during the years.

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  107. Frances says:

    I’ve been promoting green for over 30 years – recycling since I was a teenager. I’d love to use these new containers. Can you freeze in these – I big batch cook and freeze then re-heat.

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  108. Kai W. says:

    I have never been to a tupperware party. There is none in my location.

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  109. Marla Rudoni says:

    I must admit I have never been to a Tupperware party. I have never been invited to one but have heard they are fun. Have heard the products are really good but maybe a bit expensive. Figured someday I could purchase the products online but haven’t been that organized yet. I really need to find some good “green” products that work and then I’ll know the matching set is mine, since most of the container I have make a “one way” trip…

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  110. Kimberly Walk says:

    Yes, I have been to a Tupperware Party years ago. The only piece of it that I still own is the jello mold with the small changeable design lid on top. Now if this product was sold by them, this is what I’d buy! I love storing food in glass containers. I have a few and plan to purchase more. It is so clean and safe, and environmentally friendly. Thanks for making such a great product. ps Where can I buy this, that is of course, only if I don’t win it!

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  111. Marcia says:

    Yes indeed, and have thoroughly enjoyed using Tupperware for all my life. Awesomely good product. It would be a real shame if they prove that connection with cancer, and I would caution users to not jump to conclusions too early and let the researchers prove it beyond doubt before they make us trash all our plasticware. Are the lids on the glass dishes of the same polyethylene? Next Saran wrap, Ziplocks, etc. Where does it stop? Melamine is wonderful, but look how many babies and animals it has poisoned in it’s powdered form. Do melamine dishes have the same effect? A mortician told me recently that bodies are lasting longer before they decompose just from plastics and preservatives in what we ingest. Another culprit there is Teflon and also Gore-Tex which absorbs through the skin from wearing it. I’m not willing to go back to wax paper, are you? Home parties I really enjoy, and have always found new and interesting products. (It’s wedding and baby showers I despise and refuse to go to.)

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  112. Lisa Gillogly says:

    Oh yes…and so did my Mom when I was little. I’m pretty sure she’s still using (as I am) a cake taker from the 70s. Mine’s harvest gold. Sweet.

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  113. catherine says:

    humm, a tupperware party? I don’t think so!!

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  114. Berni says:

    sure have!

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  115. Katie Q says:

    The Tupperware party I was invited to was over 30 years ago. These glass storage containers look fabulous. When I was growing up (I’m 62), my mom and grandmother used Fire King glass containers for storage. I wish I still had some of them.

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  116. Natalie J. Vandenberghe says:

    Yes, indeed, I’ve been to Tupperware parties before; however, it’s probably been more than 20 years ago. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  117. Cyndi says:

    Through the years I have been to more Tupperware parties than I would like to count. I always attended under an unsaid favor/obligation to a friend or familly member. It would be FANTASTIC to win this set of Kinetic Go Green Glasslock food storage containers. Replacing the old Tupperware would feel both healthy and empowering!

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  118. Beth C says:

    I used to host Tupperware parties all the time back in the day-I loved getting the free things. Now I am trying to phase out the use of plastics and would LOVE to win one of these sets!

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  119. 4evermom21 says:

    I think many of us have gone to a Tupperware party at one time or another. Over the years, I have gone to several and my sister once sold Tupperware. I guess I wold wonder about all the plastic ware out there sold in grocery stores or has lunch meat stored in it and then you can use I later for leftovers.

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  120. Tammy H says:

    I have been to a Tupperware party but it was many years ago. I got to draw a prize out of a goodie box and I got a green comb that I used forever!

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  121. slbennetti says:

    Oh my, this is perfect, finally, someone stepping forward with the exact product we have been crying out for. Excellent concept, overdue, but very much appreciated. I cook dinner atleast five nights a week (left overs help cover the other two if we don’t treat ourselves out). What a perfect companion to my left over chilli, brocolli, etc. I am so happy that these are becoming a reality in my world. This is so needed at my home, and I really just want to “Thank” Kinetic for their innovative design of this product. It will fit every household. Thank YOU.

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  122. Maria U. says:

    I am breast cancer survivor, and I just read an article how storing and heating in plastic contains may cause breast cancer. I need to rid my kitchen of all the tupperwear and plastic containers that I have accumulated over the years. I would really like to win this prize for the sake of my health.

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  123. Christine Whaley says:

    I attended Tupperware Parties years ago and used the items I bought for many years.

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  124. patticake16 says:

    Yes I have been to Tupperware parties. Right now I am dealing with a Tupperware representative at work and ordering items through the catalog. I am interested in updating old Tupperware pieces.

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  125. Candy L says:

    I use to sell tupperware. So I might not want to warm up my food in the plastic containers. Maybe just glass containers.

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  126. JoAnn Arnold says:

    I have tupperware that is thirty yrs. old and every one keeps telling me I need to bury them and say a few word over them and buy something else.

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  127. Gail K says:

    Yes, quite a few. I have even hosted in my days. I still use some of it.

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  128. kay wolter says:

    It has been years since I was a regular attender. I also had a few parties. I would so love these new dishes and throw away all the old stuff

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  129. Nancy Busick says:

    Yes I have.

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  130. Emily Perry says:

    Never been to a Tupperware party, and never will attend one. I make it a rule not to attend any home sales parties. I don’t have many friends who hold parties such as these, but those who do know I will politely decline any invitation to a home party.

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  131. Charlie Jeanne Klumpp says:

    Yes, I have been to Tupperware parties (and all sorts of other home sales pitch parties over the years). I hate the parties — you only attend because a friend gently pressures you to help by attending, and you feel obligated to make a purchase, often buying something affordable but useless. I have used glass storage for years (only woman on my dad’s side of the family who has not had at least one mastectomy!), so I am VERY careful about what we eat and use in our home. I would LOVE to win these containers!

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  132. Dawn Demeny says:

    I have been to a tupperware party quite a long time ago. I do like the idea of glassware though.

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  133. AJB says:

    Yes, I’ve been to Tupperware parties and also hosted one years ago. I remember having to tag along with my mom to home parties like these when I was a little girl.

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  134. Mary W says:

    I too am not a fan of in home sales pitch parties. It’s a fast way to lose friends.

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  135. Darlene says:

    Not only have I had Tupperware parties, I used to sell it when I was a stay-at-home mom when my kids were little. I loved being able to stay home with my kids by day, but still enjoy adult conversation by evening, while helping to contribute to my family’s finances! Recently, I have become concerned at what all that plastic may be doing to my health, and have tried to become much more green in my approach– this stay-at-home mom breast-fed and used cloth diapers after all! I would love to have a set of the glass containers!

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  136. Barbara says:

    Sure have, used to sell but haven’t seen any lately. Would love some as I am moving in a couple weeks. New apartment, new things.

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  137. Francine says:

    Nope, never have. I use Tupperware, Rubbermaid & the like, but only reluctantly because of few alternatives. I’ve ALWAYS preferred glass containers where possible — plastic smells bad, discolors, offgasses weird dark smudges when not used for a while…. unsettling.
    I checked out the Kinetic website. Why are there no prices listed with these containers?

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  138. Deborah Truss says:

    I have never been to a party of any kind where they try to sell you things. I always found an excuse not to go because if I want something I will buy it, not buy things because I feel obligated to do so.

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  139. BetsyG says:

    believe it or not a fellow teacher just had a tupperware party! I avoided it! I would LOVE to win this set and replace plastic with glass!

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  140. Betty Rodgers says:

    Many years ago I attended a few Tupperware parties which I really hated bacause you felt obligated to buy, or the hostess would pressure you to give a party for which she would get oddles of points or free Tupperware. Actually, what happened more often was a co-worker handing you a Tupperware catalog and expecting you to give give them an order. I’m slowly getting rid of all my Tupperware and replacing with glass because I’ve learned the dangers in plastics

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  141. Lori Maloney says:

    I have a fond memory of attending one as a child with my mother. who knew there so many ways in which you could store food? and so neatly, too! perhaps the best part , however, was the yummy treats that always make home parties so complete! would love to pass the tradition on to my 12-year old daughter….

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  142. Teresa says:

    My grandmother was a “Tupperware Lady” when I got married in the 70’s and boy oh boy did we have Tupperware party showers. I think everyone I know went to or held a Tupperware party in the 70’s. I still have some of the original pieces from my shower. Admittedly I don’t use them much any more.

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  143. Margarida says:

    Yes I have been to many tupperware parties in my native England, Canada and the USA. They are a wonderful way to see new quality products, sample dishes, and make new friends.

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  144. joyzkim says:

    Yes, hasn’t everyone been to a tupperware party. In fact one of my favorite items in my kitchen to use is my biggest plastic orange tupperware bowl. I wish I can get another one because I use mine so often, but this is from an old product line and I haven’t found anything that compares even in Tupperware.

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  145. susan says:

    I love the glass for storing food!! I did have tupperware but lost lids!! glass is best!!

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  146. Sharon Helard says:

    I haven’t been to a Tupperware party for about 30 years, which means I was 25, so make that 35 years. I went with my mother and we had a great time picking out stuff for my first home away from home.

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  147. Mary Ann says:

    I have been to several tupperware parties and have a lot of tupperware in my home. It is scary to think that it could be bad for us now. It makes sense that glass would be the best option. I would love to replace my plastic with glass.

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  148. alh123000 says:

    Yes, years ago I went to a Tupperware party. Thinking back there were many very handy items – but now we all know glass is the SAFE way to store & reheat food. The Go Green Glasslock containers would be a great addition to my kitchen!!!

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  149. Terry Salinas says:

    Yes, I have been to a Tupperware party. Way back when, it was nice. But, I love the new look of Kinetic Go Green Glasscock food. The new look of sophistication, class and enviromentally green. Up to date look and classy stylish.

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  150. Aileen says:

    Yup..been there, done that. They were great but expensive products but who knew they were unhealthy for ya too!

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  151. Teresa Behl says:

    I am very interested in learning more about these.

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  152. patricia lockhart says:

    I used to go to many.I have not gone in years.

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  153. Glenda Steffee says:

    I used to be a Tupperware dealer. In fact, I can credit Tupperware for helping me get married. When my husband started dating me, I rarely had time to go out because I was so busy between my job and doing Tupperware, there was very little time left for social activities. He realized that I was ambitious and creative and that I was determined to keep my bills paid as well as save a little. In other words, the kind of girl his Dad always told him to marry!

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  154. Janie says:

    I attended one Tupperware party back in the early 70’s when I was a very very young bride. My friend threw parties often in order to receive the hostess gifts for herself and had amassed quite a collection. I had little money to spend but indulged in a cake carrier. I have it to this day, but rarely used it to carry cake. It sits upside down in my highest cupboard shelf and contains my rarely used cookie cutter stash. I never felt comfortable using plastic containers to store food and to this day use old glass mixing bowls for most refrigerated leftovers.

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  155. Elise Puhala says:

    I have been to a ton of tupperware parties in my lifetime…and I have a ton of old tupperware to prove it. I haven’t been to a party in years now. I think it’s a young mother’s “get me out of the house before I kill the kids” type of party…at least that’s the way it worked for me, back in the 70’s and 80’s. My kids are living proof that this escape mechanism worked.

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  156. Susan Lockwood says:

    Yes, but it has been a long time & I even hosted a party.

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  157. Lucinda says:

    I attended one Tupperware party long ago — have since tossed what I purchased and now use Snapware (both plastic and glass), which is very similar to Kinetic Go Green. I bought it at Costco.

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  158. Sandram says:

    I have been to several Tupperware parties many years ago. I just love their products. I have even purchased some of the newer styles at different events but it seems no one is having parties anymore.

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  159. betsy says:

    Yes, I’ve been to the parties, so long ago that the plastic is turning funny colors…

    The glass containers look much better!

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  160. thereislightonthehorizon says:

    Sure I went to Tupperware parties 🙂 They were a great way to get the girls together and to also stock up on storage containers….with a lifetime guarantee. BUT, now with the knowledge we have about heating plastics, Tupperware should only be used for dry and cold storage….NO MORE heating those leftovers and no packing in lunches to be heated. Two years ago we went to glass storage ware (Pyrex, Corning etc.) because of the plastic concerns. Now our lunchboxes have glass for re-heating and plastic containers for cold foods….the best of both products. And then a paper plate for covering those heating dishes to save from splatters and to eat off of. *We are trying to do our best with what we know!

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  161. Jane says:

    These pyrex from the 5-‘s are back!!

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  162. MARY says:

    I’ve been to a few tupperware parties, but it’s been a while and have gotten rid of most of the items I purchased.

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  163. Mary Caliendo says:

    Yes I actually have been to a tupperware party a long time ago~it was more about the food than the tupperware~still bought lots~also went to a catalog party~nothing to see just pass the catalog and eat & drink huh? I love the Kinetic sounds like a wonderful product!

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  164. Liz Abeyta says:

    I have been to tupperware parties – it has been many years though, since I have even been invited to one. I guess people have realized the toll on our health that plastic plays and are no longer having them (at least the people I know). In all honesty, I always felt that the ploys that Tupperware used to get women to have parties was not right, so I wouldn’t go to one even if I were invited.

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  165. marie says:

    Yes, I have been to tupperware parties YEARS ago. I didn’t know people still had them.

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  166. joan thiel says:

    Yes, I have been to many tupperwear parties given by my friends.I hated every minute of them. I did purchase a few items just because the hostess wanted something and couldn’t get it unless we all spent a certain amount. Wouldn’t care to go to any more.

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  167. Kelli B says:

    I went to a Tupperware long ago, with my mother when I was young. I thought all the colorful things were so cool. Too bad they’re not good for us!

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  168. Kristi says:

    Yes, once. I was about 14. Somehow I got invited to a Tupperware party by myself.

    Well, apparently I was really taken in by the presenter because I got a little carried away and ordered a bunch of stuff. I was shocked when I saw that the total was over SIXTY DOLLARS! (that was a lot to me back then!)

    When my dad (recently separated from my mom) picked me up at the end, I sheepishly explained all the nifty little items that they had demonstrated and how I had felt we needed those items (and sort of mumbled out the total to him at the end). He just smiled gently and said, “ok. If you think we need these things, then we will get them.”

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  169. Rose Linck says:

    You know, you;d think that growing up when I did I would have gone to a tupperware party, but I have never been to one. I HAVE however, been to a museum with a huge vintage tupperware display!

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  170. Linda says:

    When my children were small, I gained selling experience by becoming a Tupperware Dealer. I would make the refreshments at the parties, play games — they were the first “girls’ night outs!”

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  171. Holly Bigoff-Young says:

    Yes, I have been to a few Tupperware parties and also held a couple back in the 80’s. I still have a couple pieces, with lids, I use occasionally.

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  172. kathy says:

    Yes, I went a very long time ago….I still have a few container’s , their stained and have no lids!

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  173. betkol says:

    Haven’t been to one since the 80s. Trying to rid my kitchen of all kinds of plastics.

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  174. Linda says:

    When my children were small, I gained selling experience by becoming a Tupperware Dealer. I would make the refreshments at the parties, play games — they were the first “girls’ night outs!”

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  175. kathy says:

    Yes, years ago and believe it or not I still have just a few of the containers left. Their stained and have no lid’s!

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  176. Eddy says:

    I went to one forty years ago.

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  177. susan says:

    I have managed to avoid the dreaded events.

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  178. Chinchilla says:

    Never, no, never.

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  179. katie novotny says:

    I don’t like parties where you feel obligated to buy something. Yes have been to plenty of tupperware parties and dreaded every one. I figured out long ago that plastic was no good-not even tupperware.

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  180. Pauline Morales says:

    I have been to a lot of tupperware parties when my children were younger, not so much now. But, I am still using my tupperware. Love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  181. Kate says:

    I had never been at Tupperware parties. I wish I will one day! I love to have all in the same style at my kitchen and don’t like different style of containers. Oh, and health concerns- first ones when I choose new ones 🙂

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  182. marilyn says:

    Yes, I have years ago and would love to go to one with glass food storage containers. I have a few of the 1950’s all glass food storage containers and I love them but they are very small. I would love a set with different sizes!!

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  183. lorraine says:

    I went to many tupperware parties-I was still in school when I sat through the first of several that my mother hosted (she was an Avon lady at the time). My friends and I then progressed to beauty control, pampered chef and partylite. I don’t care if I ever attend one of those again!

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  184. couchclan says:

    I have been to so many tupperware parties and still have some items they dod not even make anymore. Love tupperware.

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  185. cherryll says:

    Oh, I went to a tupperware party a long time ago when I was a teenager. I do have a few peices still in my home gratis my sister. Never could get the tops on like others did so effortlessly. Not much of a socialite at “parties” so not a big fan of these get togethers either 🙂

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  186. Stephanie Schneider says:

    No, I have actually not been to a tupperwear party before but I think it would be kind of fun to throw a 1960s theme tupperware party, ala mad men style.

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  187. TuKute says:

    In my earlier years I have gone to Tupperware parties then I got green and decided it was not safe to use the plastic containers. Glass is definitely the way to go. They last longer, are recyclable and the ones here are pretty and would be a joy to show off.

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  188. Roz Rickman says:

    Never been to a Tupperware party. I’m very interested in this new KINETIC food storage ware. It looks much healthier than any of the products I have seen or used. Would be so appreciative to win these.

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  189. Pat Jaseck says:

    Oh, the many Tupperware parties I have gone to over the years!!!! My favorite piece was a ham shaped container. I have since switched to glass myself and feel much safer. Thanks for moving the trend along.

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  190. karen mazza says:

    A long long time ago. I am so bad about using left over plastic containers. I would love these and maybuythem anyway

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  191. Lisa M says:

    Nope, never been to a Tupperware party, don’t plan on starting now.

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  192. Laurie says:

    Yes, I’ve been to tupperware parties. I hated the pressure to buy, the product was good, but overpriced.

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  193. Diane says:

    In my younger years I went to many a Tupperware party. I still have much of it. Am I to understand that it would be wise to discard it? May cause cancer? I prefer to use glass for storage anyway but cake takers and pie takers made from Tupperware were nice.

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  194. Mary Sanchez says:

    Years ago, when Tupperware was the thing, always had lots of fun. I live in a area where it is pretty isolated, haven’t seen Tupperware rep. here. Would love to win this, I noticed they have lot more modern containers.

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  195. Fran says:

    I used Tupperware for years and even sold it for a while….Now I avoid all plastics if possible……I’m buying more glass and “NEVER” microwave or freeze with plastic……I’d love these.

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  196. Bernadette says:

    I have been to many Tupperware parties. always fun to go to. I like these new plastic containers and would buy them. They don’t leak.

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  197. Bernadette says:

    I saw these containers and really liked them when someone brought food to my sister’s house. I would buy them.

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  198. Liz Glasgow says:

    Yes I have been to a Tupperware party and just try to explain why one would host such a party to some men with a very funny sense of humor. I said that the host generally got a gift. Richard asked what the gift was and, without skipping a beat, Jim said “A Balenciaga gown.” Needless to say, we all cracked up.

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  199. plweekley says:

    I’ve been to more Tupperware parties than most – I used to sell Tupperware! I enjoyed the parties, but I have to say that I haven’t been to one in years. I do miss a few of the old products – but mostly I have lids with no containers, and containers without lids! Darn.

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  200. Annamarie Dodge says:

    i know many people that give tupperware parties but i have never been to one because i knew i could never afford to buy the product.

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  201. Patricia says:

    I have been to a lot of Tupperware parties in my time, and had a blast at every one of them. However, now that I want to save the planet for my grandchildren: would rather use products like these that will be given to some lucky winner.

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  202. Deb says:

    I have been to tupperware parties and, in fact, I still have some pieces that are avocado green!

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  203. Survivor says:

    These containers look like the ones my mom had when I was little, before the plastic products came on the market. I’m finding that many of the things my mom and grandma did were the healthiest ways of eating and cleaning.

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  204. Pauline Henson says:

    I’m energetic to vote for KINETIC !!!
    GLASSLOCK’s so green
    Off plastics you’ll wean !!!!

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  205. AuntPat says:

    Have I ever been to a Tupperware party? Yes! Been to them, held them, became a Tupperware Rep. In its’ day it was a wonderful company – for both customers and reps – but it’s day is over; unless they switch over to glass containers! T-ware parties used to be a great way to get friends together and have fun and get necessary storage items. Now we’re older and wiser and glass is definitely the way to go! I’d love to win these to giveaway to some newlyweds I know!

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  206. Phyllis says:

    As a child been to so many Tupperware parties..love the games we use to play to get the gifts

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  207. Katie M says:

    Years and years ago

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  208. Debbie says:

    Have I ever been to a Tupperware party? Are you kidding I am the queen of Tupperware. When I take a dish to a get-together people (younger) always ask, “where did you get that cool container?” I am referring to some of the really cool stuff I have collected for various purposes over the years. Still in great shape I might add. By the way I have hosted countless parties myself.

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  209. Denise Medvid says:

    Yes, I have attended Tupperware parties many years ago. They did have some fun items!

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  210. Gloria Monroe says:

    I have been to several and Tupperware is awesome!

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  211. MrsK says:

    Yes, but it was like 20 years ago! I do use plastic containers a lot, but WANT/NEED to get glass ones! This is awesome giveaway and I would use these for everything…packing my lunch, leftovers, heating things up…awesome stuff!

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  212. Gaye says:

    I’ve never been to a tupperware party, I use glass containers. These look great!

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  213. Jolie Misek says:

    I’ve dodged Tupperware parties for years. I would rather have my teeth cleaned!

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  214. Evelyn Butler says:

    I remember hosting one of these parties in the “80s! Fascinating, but even then I was not into plastics. My mother still has some of the original pieces. She should donate them to a museum!

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  215. jan mabey says:

    I went to my first tupperware party over 35 years ago. It was so exciting when they came out with the color blue! I have been living with my daughter for the past 8 years. I am just moving in to my own home again and am starting all over! I would love to start with the color “going green”!

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  216. Mara Kaplan says:

    Believe it or not, I have never been to a Tupperware party. I’ve never even been invited to one.

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  217. BETTY ANN GRUND says:

    In the ’60s I attended a Tupperware party and thought that it was the greatest and ordered everything in sight.
    I do not use plastic now and am more than interested in your glass containers with lids that can go from refrigerator to oven. Yes I do use microwave at times, but not very often…..I really try to avoid it almost always.

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  218. Margaret Osburn says:

    Tupperware parties were “the thing” in my early days of cooking. All of my plastic containers are OLD and I am sure not healthy to use.
    Good Health and Clean Environment are now very important to me in this stage of my life and cooking days.
    New ‘Greenest Kitchen Containers” would be a most welcome additon to my kitchen

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  219. Libby Hargrave says:

    Yes, I attended a Tupperware party years ago —- many years.
    It was nice getting together with friends and being “allowed” to burp without any repercussions!! I would, as all of us would, like to win one of the sets of Kinetic Go Green Glasslock. We lost our home in a hurrincane in 2004 — good storage containers is one of the items I have yet to replace.

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  220. fabulous mimi says:

    Yes, I have been to more than my share of Tupperware parties and bought items that I did not need because I felt obligated to do so. At least it was a great way to meet the neighbors!

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  221. rena taylor says:

    I have never been to a Tupperware party but these containers look great. I like the fact that they are made out of class and the range of sizes in the set.

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  222. Cyndi says:

    Yes I have been to many Tupperware parties.

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  223. elr says:

    Remember the Tupperware Party, how can one forget.
    good food, fun and seeing all the products to help in the Kitchen.

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  224. Cyndi says:

    I think these are great. Being on life style change program for two years to lose weight and sustan life, I can think of no better way to store left overs and portions for later and safer use.

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  225. Louise says:

    I went to a Tupperware Party way back in the 80’s…would love to own this new and improved set!

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  226. MaryLeeCorder says:

    I could definetly use a set of containers as pictured,& yes I have been to a couple of tupperware party many years ago I still have some tupperware that I have had for many years.

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  227. Robin says:

    Yes been there but truly dislike them. Always have a dear friend or relative that gives them. Just unable to say no. This set is great! Love the containers and lids.

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  228. MaryLeeCorder says:

    I think I could absolutely use a set of containers like the set pictured. Yes I have been to a tupperware party, but not in years as I avoid them.

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  229. Julie says:

    I’m moving and have thrown away all of my old containers. I could definitely use these. I went to a Tupperware party years ago and still have the cereal keepers.

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  230. Leona Gibbs says:

    Whoops just gave a long rambling comment about plastic. It really touched a nerve! Yes I have been to a tupperware party but never again. The plastic is quality, but not BPA-free I am sure. I assume it is still safe to freeze in plastic isn’t it? I am noticing more and more tupperware showing up in second-hand stores and at yard sales. Evidently more and more people are tossing theirs.

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  231. Sue says:

    Yes, I have been to a tupperware party many years ago and still have the containers and bowls that I purchased. They have held up really well and would love to win these new containers!

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  232. Jackie says:

    Yes, I have been to a couple of tupperware parties. I still have a few pieces, but, don’t use them much. I would love to wiin these and start getting rid of all our plastic storage containers.

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  233. Gigi says:

    I have never been to a Tupperware party. They just don’t seem interesting enough to attend.

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  234. k.ruth says:

    I used to have Tupperware parties a lot years ago. My mom is the one who got me interested and it was fun to have friends over to see all the new products. I always chose Tupperware reps that weren’t pushy about people buying a certain amount of merchandise, so my friends enjoyed coming. I am still using some Tupperware, but have started going more “green” by using glass too.

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  235. Leona Gibbs says:

    I have been using glass containers for storage for about a year now and I try to reduce use of plastic in the microwave. But I could sure use some more glass storage and heating containers. The article you posted really woke me up about getting rid of more plastic in my kitchen. We need a good design to cover up dinner plates that we warm up in the microwave. I am using a plastic cover made for the purpose and I am getting rid of it NOW! I guess I will go back to waxed paper or paper towels to be a little safer but a nice glass lid with vents would be nice. How about the old aluminum cookware that had domed glass lids? They might work.

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  236. Loraine Alcorn says:

    I went to a Tupperware party my first year in Florida , my daughter in law was having it so I bought a thing or to . however this look so much nicer , I would love to win this

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  237. Loraine alcorn says:

    wow I could really use these I’m so sick of all plastic pieces , my food container cupboard is truly a mess

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  238. Robin says:

    I to dislike going to those parties. But you always have a friend or relative that holds one and there is no getting out of them. Love to have this set.

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  239. Sandra G says:

    The better question would be how many have I attended? Back in the day that was the thing!

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  240. desertkid says:

    I’ve been to plenty tupperware parties. It was always fun to see the newest containers.

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  241. Diane Lutz says:

    I have been invited to Tupperware parties years ago, but have always made an excuse not to go. It seemed better not to be embarrassed into buying things I didn’t need to save a neighbor embarrassment. That said, I still have some Tupperware my mother-in-law felt required to purchase from a relative.

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  242. Kathleen Gereg says:

    It’s been years since I’ve been to a Tupperware party.

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  243. Cindy K says:

    Yes, but not for many years! Way more fun jewelry and pampered chef parties these days!

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  244. Lucrezia says:

    I have been to and had a few Tupperware parties in my lifetime. When Rubbermaid came out with their clear Stain Guard line I switched to those since they weren’t as expensive as Tupperware. I’d love to win these new eco-friendly storage containers! – Thx

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  245. Terri says:

    I have attended 1 Tupperware party. That was enough for me, thanks. 🙂

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  246. Linda Matthews says:

    I have been to Tupperware parties. I have to admit, they are not my favortes and it has been a while. I would love to have these containers. I microwave leftovers quite a bit and these would be so much better than the tupperware or any plastic.

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  247. Sara says:

    It’s been over thirty years since I went to a Tuppleware Party but I remember it as a fun time with friends and neighbors. I still have a couple of pieces. One is a lettuce keeper which interestingly is not large enough for today’s lettuce heads but fit perfectly in the 70’s. Would love to replace my odd assortment of storage items with the new green glass-ware.

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  248. Kathy Wernsing says:

    I went to many tupperware parties in the 70’s and 80’s and still have many of the pieces I bought back then. I still have a sheet cake holder I bought in the Philippines in 1977.

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  249. Bettie Claxton says:

    Yes, I’ve been to a Tupperware party but didn’t enjoy it much. I’d rather have your stuff!!!

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  250. Barbara says:

    I am proud to admit that I have. I still use some of those lovely old plastic containers. Many of the products that had were very new and inovative in their day.

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  251. Trish says:

    Yes, I have been to a Tupperware part. I still have several pieces that I use. It would be nice to be able to replace them.

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  252. Jeanne Nelson says:

    I have been to several Tupperware parties but not in the last few years. I still have a lot of their products but will be weeding them out. This is a great contest. Thanks for thinking of our health.

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  253. NAOMI STIRGUS says:

    I haven’t been to a Tupperware Party for years, but. I still have my favorite pieces, namely, the measuring spoons, my pastry sheet, and the huge yellow bowls with lids. I love those bowls, they are great for mixing things up in, such as salads, bread dough and cookie dough, etc.

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  254. deb says:

    I would love to have these to use instead of Tupperware.

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  255. Donna says:

    I love glass, other than I am a klutz so I do break alot and have to clean it up but I still use glass more than plastic and now I will do so even more. Yes I use to go to Tupperware parties all the time but I haven’t been to one in many any years now.

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  256. Valerie says:

    Who hasn’t been to one? The reason I usually went was 2 fold, 1. to support the friend hosting it so she could get whatever the hostess gift was, but reason #2 I went to the party to visit with others, and oh what fun!! The ladies at the parties I went to let loose, and most were just so happy to be without husbands or kids that it was a real ‘battery charger’ to most the ladies!!! I would LOVE to try this product!! Bring it on!!

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  257. Diana Prewitt says:

    Yes, but fortunately it has been a long time ago. I would love to win these “green” containers!

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  258. Nichele says:

    Yes, been there done that. Don’t go anymore. Just not convenient to do so.

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  259. Wendy VanHatten says:

    Yes I have been to a Tupperware party…but it seems like it was 100 years ago! They were the rage when our kids were young. Perhaps at the time, the “fun” was getting out of the house and speaking to adults.

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  260. Joc says:

    Tupperware party – oh my haven’t been to one in years. I have to admit, I got tired of going – it seemed like everyone was having one.

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  261. Shirley4 says:

    Scary! I’ve always used plastic storage containers (not for re-heating in the micro) and hand washed them for re-use. I’m a breast cancer survivor who may have contributed to my illness by such wholesale use of plastic. But now with two precious grandchildren, I see that I MUST switch to glass!

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  262. Sharon says:

    Good heavens yes! In the 60’s & 70’s when I was a young housewife and mother, there were parties almost monthly. These new Kinetic Go Green Glasslock containers look and sound terrific!

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  263. Sue-Simone says:

    HELLO!!! I’m over 60 — Of course I’ve been to a Tupperware party! I even went to the Tupperware factory when I visited Florida as a little girl. That was the Age of Plastics!

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  264. Alice H. says:

    Great. I’ve been recycling all my old plastic containers and trying to convert to glass.

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  265. Sheila says:

    Never! I made a strict rule for myself when I was fresh out of school and starting my first job. No sales parties of any kind. Working with young women I received a minumum of 6 invites per month in the beginning. I was not pestered when I made it known that it wasn’t anything personal – just a quirky rule of mine. Everyone accepted that and did not seem to mind – including my best friend.

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  266. Elizabeth says:

    Yes I have been to a Tupperware party. Once as a child with my mother. She bought a lot of different bowls with lids. I remember the burp to tell it was sealed properly.

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  267. Frances Kreitzer says:

    Yes, I have been to many tupperware parties over the years but none in the last 15. Reading your articles makes me think that I need to evaluate my Tupperware, all of which is quite old, and perhaps ditch most of it. Of course, it’s probably too late now since I’ve used it so long.
    I have been considering the glass storage containers and would be overjoyed to win a set and replace all my plastic stuff.
    Thank you for the opportunity.

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  268. Sheila B. says:

    Oh My, in my day I think I owned every piece Tupperware made. I still have some in use. These eco-friendy glasslock storage containers look super. They remind me of some from my Mother’s fridge that had glass lids. Wow, full circle…

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  269. Debbie S. says:

    I have been to many Tupperw are parties in the past. In fact, I still have many pieces that I purchased. I think I’ve been to every possible home party available, from Tupperware to Southern Living to Pampered Chef. All have their redeaming qualities, but as time goes by I’d rather just look through their catalogs and buy something that way.

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  270. Kimberly Hattaway says:

    Not only have I been to a Tupperware party, but my mother used to sell Tupperware! I remember that you had to “burp” the top to get a good seal.

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  271. elizabeth sen says:

    Yes and I even gave one.

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  272. Kristin E says:

    It’s been a long time. I try not to go anymore since I end up buying what I don’t need.

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  273. darbiann says:

    I have Tupperware that would qualify as antique which I got from my Mother! I think she went to a party or two. Love it!

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  274. kpc says:

    Yes, I went to one. I had to work late so I missed most of the party. It was a combination Tupperware/Bridal Shower. The bride was the hostess (she didn’t know), the consultant gave her an even bigger discount and since the bride was moving out of state she mailed everything free the bride and we bought for her as the consultant’s gift to the bride. It was a nice party, not the typical Tupperware party I’ve heard about

    I would love to win this glass storage.

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  275. Lynn Whiting says:

    I not only have attended many Tupperware parties, but I used to be a dealer. I believed in the product. I still use it but no longer reheat anything in it. I do use it for storage, though.

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  276. memebream says:

    I not only went to Tupperware Parties, I sold it. I had a great business but it was basically destroyed by Three Mile Island when I had to leave the area for over 3 weeks. Is that ironic or what?

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  277. Joyce McCann says:

    Yes, of course I have been to a Tupperware party! Hasn’t everyone?

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  278. Marie says:

    Not in someone’s home, but we did have a rep at work once.

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  279. Judy says:

    Of Course! Just about anyone over 55 with friends and neighbors has at least been invited. I still have containers from the 70’s. I have recently been replacing those containers with the Kenetic Go Green Glasslock. I love being able to see through the containers and go from refrigerator to microwave (I never microwave in plastic!!!). They seal very well too.

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  280. paula says:

    i have been to many tupperware parties, but it has been a very long time. they are great because you can actually see the product before purchasing. tupperware lasts forever, a great product.

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  281. Kay Ray says:

    YES, MANY, MANY YEARS AGO………………I only went for the friend that was hosting it

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  282. Beth w says:

    …I was born with one of those itty bitty tupperware bowls on a chain clenched in my tiny fist.

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  283. Tina says:

    I reluctantly attended a couple of Tupperware parties decades ago and still use the Tupperware I have for various storage uses. I never microwave with the pieces. After learning about cookware metal leaching into food I switched to glass for everything-pots, pans, casserole dishes, mugs, dishes, etc. I would love to have these glass storage containers.

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  284. Amanda W. says:

    Yes, many times & I still have a set of the canisters… they are years old but hold up better than any of the other types that I have tried for keeping the flour & sugar dry & free flowing.

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  285. Patricia N says:

    I went to a Tupperware party in college – over 30 years ago!

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  286. Jean says:

    YES, back in the day, and I even hosted a COUPLES Tupperware party – such fun, and with a few drinks, the guys bought the MOST! This new gen of storage containers looks awesome!!!!

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  287. kdivasilver says:

    I managed to get through my suburban housewife/mother period without attending one Tupperware party! It took strength and determination (also no disposable income), but I did it! Now my storage containers run to leftover Chinese food containers and jam jars.

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  288. Cynthia says:

    OMG! One of the best parties I ever went to was a Tupperware party! At one point the saleslady actually said, “You’re not supposed to drink at a Tupperware party!” We laughed so hard we cried. She sold a lot, so I don’t know why she complained. I’m ready for another… but I think she quit. I laugh evertime I think of it!

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  289. connie danielson says:

    i would love to win these and yes i have been to a tupperware party. connie danielson. cbootsone@charter.net

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  290. Lynda C says:

    Noooooooo–I resist those home parties of any kind.

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  291. BetsyInVT says:

    YES! My entire pantry is stocked with Tupperware! When I got married, more than a few years ago, I was given a Tupperware shower! Tupperware contains everything from dry goods, to drinkware to daily storage in the fridge!

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  292. Kathy P says:

    I have not only been to one I have hosted them.

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  293. debra fine says:

    Yeards ago, tupperware parties were fun things to do on a Tuesday night. I would love to win these wonderful glass containers, imagine, no more stains from tomato sauce!

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  294. Houndhill says:

    It’s about time! We’ve all been warned about this for years and now we have returned to what my mother used when I was growing up………..glass! I can’t wait to have this in my kitchen as I use containers every day!

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  295. Sharon says:

    I can’t remember just how many Tupperware parties I have been to. It seems that there was always something new I had to have. Some of mine are really old and I’d love to have a new set.

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  296. Lori Nicholson says:

    Actually I was a Tupperware manager back in the early 80’s. I used to have lots of the pieces, but over the years my children have borrowed them and not returned them. I am going to a cystic fibrosis Tupperware fund raiser next week.

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  297. BeckyIA says:

    I’ve been to too many Tupperware parties to count. But because we now store more fresh fruits and vegetables to feed our African Gray parrot, I’m always looking for better storage solutions. These look fabulous!

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  298. tracey says:

    It’s been years since I’ve been to a Tupperware party, and my collection has dwindled. I would love to start over with this set!

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  299. Sassigayle says:

    I have been to a Tupperware party. I actually own several pieces and had switched to plastic a long time ago after a nasty accident from a glass carafe when it broke. I had no idea they could be leaking chemicals that could harm me or my family.

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  300. Kim Cage says:

    Many, many years ago went to A Tupperware party.
    I would love to win these because they are glass and healthy for re-heating in microwave. All I have is plastic, but cannot afford to replace, even thought I have heard of the hazards. Also, it would be great to have a matching set of something!!!!!!

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  301. Terry says:

    No, but before I had my first daughter, the LaMaze class suggested we get the Tupperware rolling pin that was hollow and held ice for use during those uncomfortable moments (hours?) of labor. I got one. I also got the epidural. Worked out fine.

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  302. Faith says:

    Sure. Many. Not only that but I inherited a boat load from my mother…..
    I don’t know anybody that hasn’t been who is 50+!

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  303. lisa king says:

    I have never been to a Tupperware party but do have a Tupperware jello mold container in my kitchen. Having two young kids in the house, I am very careful of plasticwear now and make sure it is BPA free.

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  304. Sharon Rickert says:

    Yes, I have been to Tupperware parties and bought some. I didn’t like the plasticky smell and gradually replaced all my Tupperware with glass years ago. Now, my glass is old, chipped and scored and I sure would LOVE to win this beautiful set and would use them well.

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  305. Leigh says:

    Yes, I have attended Tupperware parties…and (oddly) often left quite excited about storage containers. I must be a sucker for thought potential organization!

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  306. Paula Standley says:

    I have been to many Tupperware parties, but it has been several years. I love Tupperware and still have some of the pieces I bought before my first marriage 35 years ago!

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  307. Dorothy says:

    I have been to a Tupperware party and have some that are 30 years old.

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  308. Barbara Murton says:

    I have been to many Tupperwear parties but not for a long time, We just bought a vacation home and really need everything to furnish it. winning these would but absolutely wonderful, as we need them badly!

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  309. Karen says:

    Never been to a Tupperware party. I prefer glassware to plastic. I like the glass containers with those locking lids!

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  310. Vicki Wurgler says:

    I have been to a Tupperware party a long time ago-maybe 10 years. My sister-in-law sold Tupperware.

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  311. janet says:

    I am probably the only adult female who has never been to a Tupperware party.

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  312. gloria starita says:

    I have never been to a Tupperware party and use only glass or stainless steel containers for food storage. I would be thrilled to own this set and happy to turn all my friends on to it.

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  313. Linda White says:

    I dont think I have ever been to a Tupperware party! But I used to buy it when I worked from co workers who sold it. These look like nice containers!

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  314. Julie says:

    My goodness, I can’t count how many tupperware parties I have gone to in my life and have even had a few myself. I don’t buy it anymore, it never microwaved well and I had also heard how bad it was for you. Just think, myself and family were eating out of those containers! I am slowly replacing tupperware, I can’t tell you how much it would mean to me to win these glass containers. It would help me throw out some more of that tupperware!! Hoping I get chosen!!

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  315. Treva says:

    I have been to many Tupperware parties and I have lots of Tupperware that is disfigured and stained!

    I am trying to change a lot of things since I have skin cancer and this is one thing that I’m sure would help. They are very pretty.

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  316. Sharon Fox says:

    Yes, I have been to a Tupperware party, and I have bought items that remain in my cupboard today — unused. As I have learned more about the dangers of plastics, and especailly heating them, I try to use glass as much as possible in the kitchen. I would love to have the Kinetic glass storage set in my kitchen to use.

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  317. Vicki says:

    I have been to one Tupperware party, over 30 years ago! These glass containers look great!

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  318. Tina Dahmer says:

    I attended a tupperware party about 30 years ago. I am all over this product. I plan to purchase some of these for my daughter and daughter’s in law as a gift. Going Green In Ohio!

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  319. Gina P says:

    I usually end up going as a guest of whoever has been invited to one (from an acquaintance of a friend of a friend from work), but doesn’t want to go by themselves…..and I always leave having found something that I just HAVE to have!!!

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  320. Jackie A Flaherty says:

    Yes, I have been to a few Tupperware parties. These containers look awesome!

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  321. r0berts says:

    Never been to a Tupperware party, but have been to similar ones selling makeup, kitchen gadgets, candles, Christmas ornaments – and always bought something I never really wanted, needed or really used.

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  322. Mary C says:

    Yes, I’ve been to Tupperware parties and still have some of the products I bought 35 years ago!

    But, I’m in desperate need of good, safe plastic containers. These look durable and appealing.

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  323. Debbie Chaney says:

    It’s been many years since the last Tupperware party I attended. I really like the idea of the 100% recyclable organic compound that the Kinetic Glasslock storage containers are made from. So many advantages over Tupperware plasticware!

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  324. Lisa says:

    No, i have never been to a Tupperware party, but i do love these containers.

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  325. Deb says:

    I went to my first Tupperware party in the 60’s! I fed my children lots of food that was stored in those plastic containers over the years. Now I’ve thrown all of them out and am starting over with glass only. These containers are great- my daughter already has a set.

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  326. Denise says:

    I have not been to a Tupperware party but have collected lots of it over the years. I have read multiple articles that glass is much better for storage and reheating (which we do lot of in our home).

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  327. Bette E Butcher says:

    Glass is best. No lingering smells and easy to clean. Never been to a Tupperware Party but have purchases the tall salt and pepper shakers with caps that cover the openings. These are nice but the pepper eventually tinges the plastic.

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  328. Janice Farr says:

    Yes, I’ve been to a Tupperware party a few times years ago. I love the look of these glass containers though and would prefer using this to plastic Tupperware 🙂 Thanks!

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  329. Joan says:

    I have never been to a Tupperware party but love that this product is green. I am excited to know more about this company and the products that they have.

    I would feel really good about putting my food in a green product!

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  330. Christiane says:

    I have used Tupperware in the past. And yes, I have attended a Tupperware party in the past. However, because I am a health nut, I now prefer to use glass containers for my food. I would love to have a set of the “green” containers.

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  331. Mary says:

    I’m sure I went to a few back in the day – with my Mom. I thought it was really cool to have a Tupperware lunchbox kit!

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  332. Linda Arzoumanian says:

    Ooooo. have I been to Tupperware parties and burped those babies that I now have in my cupboard. They are nigh on to 40 years old. Someone scoffed a while ago when they saw me pull them out of the cupboard… how many shaged of orange can they be? They have never been microwaved however.

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  333. Carol says:

    Oh how I miss Tupperware parties. I haven’t been to one in years! They were always great fun- women getting together– eating,drinking, laughing, and shopping!

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  334. Happi Shopr says:

    I have never been to a Tupperware party before but I like there products.

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  335. karlyn melnick says:

    Never have been to one!!

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  336. Roxane Kakuske says:

    In the 70’s and 80’s I’d go to a Tupperware party at least once a year. One of my friends would be hosting a party. To be supportive and because I like the products I had just about everything.

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  337. Charleen says:

    Wow, finally something we can use and not be concerned about Breast Cancer exposure. Perfect…

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  338. Theola says:

    Yes, I’ve been to several very nice Tupperware parties.

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  339. Susan Swidler says:

    I sponsored a Tupperware party about 15 years ago, and they still have many products that are worthwhile, but I have moved away from plastic containers, choosing to recycle them rather than store food in them.

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  340. barbara wicklund says:

    I have, a long long time ago!

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  341. Anna says:

    Just went to a Tupperware Party is was also a fund raiser. Best to both worlds

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  342. Maria says:

    I really recommend Tupperware to people because it is a good quality product and they are very useful when you have a special event. I would especially like to win these because my mom really loves Tupperware.

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  343. Bekki says:

    Been to a Tupperware party? I sold Tupperware for quite some time. When I was first out on my own (when I was 18) I went to a Tupperware party and was hooked. I had to have it and I had to sell it. I had a house full of Tupperware.

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  344. Vera says:

    Yes, I’ve been to several Tupperware parties over the years and have had many of the pieces. I don’t use them at present. I changed over to glass containers a couple of years ago for many reasons. One of them being the dangers of plastic. Plus, I just like glass better.

    I love the look of these and would really like to have a set.

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  345. hananghaddar says:

    I’ve never been to a Tupperware party before, but I am always open for trying new things. Although these containers are made of plastic, but they look very appealing.I would love to have them in my kitchen.

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