Aug 22, 2011

Tupperware Care


Tupperware products are tested to ensure that they are safe, non-toxic, attractive, and durable alternative to other home storage products.  With a little care, you can keep your Tupperware looking as good as new.
* Cleaning and Storing:
          Wash and rinse Tupperware with liquid soap and lukewarm water.  Store without seals to keep them fresh.  Do not soak poly carbonate range in detergent or soap.
* Hot food and Beverages:
         Cool beverages before handling or applying the seal.  Cool hot food or liquid containing fat (Cooking oil / grease, curries, soups, sauces) before placing them in the container. Tupperware containers can withstand temperatures up to 80
* Tight Seals:
        Place the seal in warm water for few minutes.  Dry thoroughly, then apply to container while still warm.
* Stain Removal:
        Use baking soda paste; its ideal for reducing of stains and stickiness.
* Preventing Cuts and Scratches:
       Avoid the use of abrasive scrubbers and washing powders.
* Removing Unpleasant Odours:
       A piece of charcoal or moist newspaper, stuffed into the container and left sealed for 12 hours in the fridge, before washing and rinsing the product thoroughly, should get rid of unpleasant odours.
* Liquid Storage:
     Only product with Classic Seal are liquid tight and can be kept in any position. Place containers with any other type of seal in upright position.

Instructions for use of Tupperware Products in Microwave  



Choose microwave reheat-able food containers which can save your valuable time.  Food cooked in advance can be stored in refrigerator in microwave products, ready to reheat in Microwave and serve, all in the same container.  The unique venting cap on the seal of the bowl releases steam and the seal will prevent splashing in the microwave.

For your satisfaction and safety, there are few precautions:
  • Microwave reheat-able products are safe for food temperature 0°C to 120°C.
  • Pop open the little steam vent before placing the sealed bowl in microwave to prevent steam build up (In case of crystal series).  Keep the cover in other cases.  Do not use airtight / water tight seals while reheating in microwave.
  • After removing crystal wave container from the microwave, keep the steam vent open for some time before closing it.
  • Always lift off the seal or cover away from you so that steam dose not burn your fingers.
  • Reheat cooked food from the refrigerator or room temperature, but not from the freezer.
  • Thawing frozen food in the microwave can cause damage to the container.
  • Do not attempt to cook in the microwave reheat-able products in the microwave and do not put food on the seals or cover to reheat.
  • Do not leave the microwave unattended as spots from the food splashes can overheat and cause blisters.
  • Constant stirring food will help in uniform heating of food and avoid localized overheating of food, and will avoid blisters on products.
  • Reheating of food with high oil, fat and sugar content will lead to overheating of food in very short time, leading to blisters on product.
  • Always rinse the containers in cold water immediately after use to prevent strong smells or stains.
  • Staining is not covered under Tupperware Guarantee.
  • Microwave reheat-able products are designed for storing in refrigerator and should not be used in freezer, as they become brittle and could break.
  • Do not use the product in the conventional oven or grill.
In crystal wave products steam vent is an integral part of the seal, so do not twist the hinge or try to remove as this could cause breakage.

All Microwave reheat-able products have same Quality Guarantee as all Tupperware products.

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Aug 21, 2011

How to join Tupperware India


If you are wondering about:
* How to join Tupperware?
* How to become a Tupperware consultant/dealer?

It is very easy to join Tupperware chain of confidence. You should be a woman. Once you join the family of Tupperware, just start with a party.  There is no initial investment required.

Easy steps to become a Tupperware Consultant/ Dealer.

 * Buy a Starter Kit worth 686/- containing the products worth Rs 1300/- (approx).
 * Order Products worth 5000/- within 4 weeks of joining.
 * You will get the Dealer Code and you can start selling Tupperware Products.

Starter Kit Contents
 Contents                        Pcs             MRP
 MM Oval # 2                     1               345
 Cool n Fresh Small          1               180
 Mini Magic Flow                1               275
 Vegetable Peeler              1               240
 New Kit Bag(Hand bag)    1                 -

Kit also contains the catalogue, sucess guide, and date book to get better knowledge about the product and how to give demo of the product.

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Aug 8, 2011

Tupperware India Flyer August 2011 with Demo Video

Here is the Tupperware Flyer for August 2011 - Let us celebrate the spirit of freedom

Watch August 2011 demo party video for better knowledge and utilization of the Tupperware products

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Aug 1, 2011

Tupperware Food Preparation

Tupperware Microwave Rice Maker



Tupperware Slice & Dice and Tupperware Speedy Chef

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Sustainability Fact Sheet

Sustainability Fact Sheet (Q&A)

  1. What is Tupperware′s Vision and Mission on Sustainability?

    Tupperware is a company that is relentless about quality and acts as a good steward of the environment. What we do today can matter tomorrow.
    Our philosophy and beliefs drive our policies and practices to support our commitment to social investment, environmental responsibility, quality innovation, and the education and empowerment of women and girls in their roles as builders of strong families and communities.
  2. Why does Tupperware address sustainability instead of the environment?

    Caretaking the environment is an important part of sustainability, but it is only one element of it. For Tupperware, sustainability means meeting the needs of the present while taking tangible action steps to help create a better future. Our initiatives around sustainability focus on our sales force, consumers, associates, communities, products, and the environment.
  3. How is Tupperware′s commitment to sustainability demonstrated at Tupperware plants?

    It begins with the well-being of our associates. As a result of inspections, training, and continual improvements, plant injury rates have declined since 1997 and are a fraction of industry standards. Sustainability extends to Tupperware’s pollution prevention and resource conservation initiatives. Among them have been initiatives to use alternative, more earth-friendly chemicals and manufacturing techniques, installing wastewater systems even when not required, and using energy efficient lighting.
  4. Is Tupperware measuring manufacturing plant sustainability efforts?

    Tupperware completed its first carbon footprint analysis in 2008. We continue to measure our progress and monitor the success of our “3Rs” (Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle) initiatives across the globe.
  5. Are materials recycled or reused at Tupperware manufacturing plants?

    Initiatives to Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle paper, cardboard, wood, energy, water, and plastics are in place at our plants across the globe. In 2008, solely in plastic raw materials globally, we reused approximately 3.6 million pounds or 1,619 tons of plastic material.
  6. What happens to Tupperware products if they are returned?

    Our plants around the world work with local companies that grind the limited amount of customer returns we receive into other non-Tupperware products. This process ensures a complete life cycle for our products. For several years, Tupperware’s recycling partnership programs in main markets have given new life to returned products by converting them into reusable low-grade pipe, builder’s film, and plant pots.
  7. Is Tupperware researching the use of bio-plastics or other alternative materials?

    Tupperware′s robust Research & Development continuously focuses on the best materials to deliver superior, sustainable solutions for our customers. At the same time, it is important for us to evaluate and understand the overall global impact of materials based on its source. We want to be certain that alternatives would be beneficial to our environment and be equal in all ways to materials currently used.
  8. What makes Tupperware products last a lifetime?

    Tupperware products are purposely designed to last a lifetime; Tupperware is restless about quality. Our devotion shows through products that are durable and of the highest quality. Every step in the manufacturing process, beginning with the selection of raw materials, complies with government regulations and Tupperware′s specifications for consistency and safety. Each product must pass rigorous performance and durability testing under the most extreme usage conditions before it is approved for sale.
  9. How do Tupperware products help reduce carbon emissions?

    Food that ends up in landfills is one main source of greenhouse gas emissions. Products like Tupperware′s FridgeSmart® containers, with built-in ventilation technology, provide solutions for keeping food fresher longer, so it can be used rather than thrown away. Tupperware’s storage containers, which keep food fresh for long periods of time, also help with fewer trips to the grocery store and less gas wasted.
  10. What are some ways Tupperware products help conserve energy usage?

    Conserving energy and saving time is a priority for many consumers. That is why Tupperware has developed the highest quality and convenient microwave friendly products, allowing users to conserve 50% more energy than traditional ovens. Also environmentally-friendly is the complete line of mechanical food preparation products that make cooking fast and easy while reducing dependency on electricity.
  11. Are there recycling codes on tupperware products?

    Recycling codes are being imprinted on all our new products and systematically on existing ones. With thousands of products, full implementation may take up to two years worldwide. Consumers may view our recycling symbols and their meaning at our website -link below.
  12. What is Tupperware′s position on Polycarbonate (pc) containers?

    Based on in-depth studies from government regulatory agencies, Tupperware continues to believe that polycarbonate materials, including Bisphenol-A, are safe. As we have the highest concern for the safety of our consumers, we continue to closely monitor this scientific debate and conduct research concerning the best materials for use in Tupperware products. Polycarbonate is not used in Tupperware children’s products, baby bottles or children’s toys. Click on link below to learn more.
  13. What are some ways that Tupperware′s corporate headquarters demonstrates sustainability?

    Disposable containers in the employee food service areas have been eliminated; instead, employees use Tupperware mugs, tumblers, and food containers. All cardboard boxes used for storage are replaced by rented durable crates. Every office has recycling bins for paper, magazines, and newspapers. In 2008, an all associate “Green” Committee was established to provide leadership, mentoring, and education for future sustainability initiatives.