• Toby

Best Tupperware for Every Occasion

Updated: Jul 22, 2020

Tupperware is a must have in our household, whether that be to take our lunches to work and school, or too freeze and refrigerate the left over from the night before. They come in a variety of shapes and sizes and we hope this blog will guide you to the set that suits you best. Tupperware is so much more environmentally friendly in comparison to one use clingfilm, tinfoil or sandwich bags, so if you are looking to help reduce one-time use plastic on the earth, you are half way there.


Best Universal Set


This 18-piece glass set of Tupperware all with compatible lids is universally suited to all your kitchen needs. This Tupperware set can be used in the oven, microwave and dishwasher as well as both fridge and freezer. It is so convenient when one product can do all. With such a large variety in Tupperware sizes any meal could be created, stored or re-heated all in the same pot, and therefore reducing your workload. The only negative to this product is that they are heavy weight, making it inconvenient for packed lunches. I would also be wary about this product being glass and the possibility of it being a hazard around children.

Buy Now: £24.99


Best for Lunches on the go


The main thing to think about when you are travelling and carrying food, that could be your commute to work or school or even to take on a camping trip, is the weight, the possibility of leaks and the convenience at the other end. This product has thought about all of the above and has been designed to hit all the desired targets. The pack of 10, 750ml plastic storage containers are fantastic for meal prep, and bulk lunch making, as they easily stack in the fridge/freezer. They are air tight and are not likely to leak in your bag, however we recommend you try and keep it flat. They are microwave safe, with a small air vent to prevent steam building up and deforming an average Tupperware pot. They are also dishwasher safe increasing the convenience.

Buy Now: £13.99


Best for Soup


Soup is most definitely one of the hardest things to transport, we have tried a lot of the cheaper brands but we have finally settled and put our trust into the JosephJoseph soup pot. Its innovative design means taking a soup and bread roll to work is easy and stress free. Unlike its competitors the Joseph Joseph design does not have a microwaveable vent, this could be a downfall when it comes to heating up the soup but is advantageous whilst transporting, as it provides extra safety in preventing leaks.

Buy Now: £9.99



Best for Storing Perishables


Have you got a little bit of pantry envy? This product will not only satisfy that but also help maintain the freshness of your perishable items (pasta, biscuits, cereal etc) for longer. The reusable chalkboard labels and pen are an added bonus, and will up your organisation game tenfold. As you can see in the picture they are easily stackable, suitable for the fridge, freezer and dishwasher safe, making them even more desirable.


Buy Now: £34.97



Best New Product


Plastic storage bags and clingfilm are one of the largest contributors to one-use plastic in the food industry. This product seems to be breaking the norms and by using one of these sustainable eco-friendly bags you can prevent the use of over more 350 plastic equivalent bags. Even if you are not too interested in the environmental benefits of this product, the practicality of them is also highly improved compared to the conventional plastic bag. They are airtight and leakproof, suitable for a variety of snacks. Do not put these snack bags in the microwave, in the oven or dishwasher, they can however be used in the fridge and freezer.

Buy Now: £14.43


Our Verdict


As we have demonstrated in the handful of products in this blog, the Tupperware market is endless in diversity. Hopefully we have given you an insight into the many different types you can purchase. The only thing left for you to do is purchase the Tupperware best suited for you, and not to lose the lids ;)



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