Tupperware quality is synonymous with durability, good design and safety.
Tupperware items comply to US TSCA, European EINECS and Japanese ENCS guidelines.
Tupperware pays attention to the safety of its products. For example,
the Shape 'O toys "Maraka" in April 2009 were recalled because some parts
could break easily and turn into a potential hazard to small children due
to choking. In this instance, the buyers were refunded with either gift
certificate or cash voucher to get another item of the same value.
Dishwasher safe. All Tupperware items produced after
3rd September 1979 are dishwasher safe, but please put them
on the top rack, away from the heating element.
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This is a universal sign for "food safe" food
container and utensils. All Tupperware products carry this symbol.
This means the items are microwave
safe BUT not meant for cooking. It is for reheating only. Never use
100% power while microwaving reheatable Tupperware products.
The silicone ware items are oven
safe. You can bake as normal in the oven using these molds. Be
careful with sharp knives though, once torn, the molds are no longer
Freezer safe. The containers with
this mark can be placed in the freezer without cracking provided you
do not fill it too full. There is an indicator line to show how much
items you can place in it. FreezerMate containers also prevent