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Sustainability

 

 

Stands the test of time

Single-use plastic and packaging are clogging our oceans, harming sea life and polluting our soil. At Tupperware, our products have always been made to last. And when they are no longer useful, we take them back and recycle them. Using just one of our award-winning Eco Bottles instead of disposable bottles is a big way you do your part to help the planet.

 

Ditch single-use plastic

Almost half of all the world's plastic waste is single-use plastic packaging.*

Our long lasting containers can be used again and again. Think of all the times you buy or bring food in a single-use package or plastic bag -- use Tupperware reusable containers instead.  At the shop or market, at work, at school -- wherever you go, take your Tupperware container and you'll help reduce plastic waste.

Doing our part

We also want to be part of the solution and so we've pledged to reduce disposable plastic packaging when shipping our products by  30% by 2020, 50% by 2022 and 100% by 2025.

* UN Environment, Single-Use Plastics: a Roadmap for Sustainability.

 

Cut back on food waste

Most typical household waste is due to food spoiling before it's eaten. Each time we throw away food we're essentially throwing away all of the resources that went into producing, processing and transporting that food. Most uneaten food rots in landfills where it accounts for large methane emissions -- 21 times more harmful to the environment that CO2.*

We invented fridge storage and have been innovating in food storage for the last 70 years. Storing fresh food and leftovers in Tupperware products is a simple way to extend the shelf life of food from the pantry to the fridge to the freezer.

* Thinkeatsave.org, UN Environment