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Tupperware 3-Piece FridgeSmart Set

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  • Containers control air supply of refrigerated fruits and vegetables
  • Produce "breathes" and needs varying amounts of air to stay fresh
  • Two vents in each container open and shut according to contents' needs
  • Raised grids on containers' bottoms elevate food out of its own moisture
  • Set comprises three containers: 19-1/2-cup, 7-cup, 4-1/2-cup
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Product Description

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Thanks to Tupperware's ingenious ACE (Atmosphere Controlled Environment) system, the three containers in this set keep produce fresher in the refrigerator. Because fruits and vegetables "breathe" and require varying amounts of air each container has two vents. The containers' bottoms also have raised grids to elevate produce above its own moisture and prevent spoilage. The vents open and shut with the touch of a finger. High-rate breathers like artichokes and spinach need both vents open. Medium-rate breathers like cabbage and citrus require one open vent. Low-rate breathers like asparagus and berries stay prime with both vents closed. (A chart of various items' needs is included.) The rugged plastic containers are also terrific for ripening tomatoes, apples, pears, and bananas on the counter. The set consists of a rectangular 19-1/2-cup container (14-3/4 inches long, 4-3/4 inches wide, 5 inches high), a rectangular 7-cup container (8-3/4 inches long, 5-3/4 inches wide, 3-1/2 inches high), and a square 4-1/2-cup container (5-3/4 inches square, 3-1/4 inches high). They fit together compactly, have textured seals to resist sliding when stacked, and are translucent so contents can be identified. Virtually unbreakable and dishwasher-safe, Tupperware carries a lifetime warranty against chipping, cracking, breaking, and peeling. --Fred Brack

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 16.1 x 8.7 x 6.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B00005S6IP
  • Item model number: 630
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,676 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Groovy Vegan VINE VOICE on January 5, 2002
I've been using these containers for months and they really do keep vegetables fresher longer, including lettuce, parsley and carrots. The concept of being able to open 0, 1, or 2 vents according to the produce's "breathing needs" is simple yet ingenious. Also, the water accumulates in the ridges at the bottom, not on the produce, and I drain it off if I'm not using the entire contents. I'm able to wash a week's worth of veggies for juicing, store them in the containers, then have them ready to juice. I can store salad for up to a week as well. My fridge looks neater and more user-friendly than when it was a jumble of plastic bags. As a single person who buys lettuce by the head and parsley by the bunch, I appreciate the savings of no longer having to throw away veggies I couldn't eat in time.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Lisa Shea HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 15, 2008
One of the most frustrating parts of eating fresh, healthy food is how quickly the food goes badly. I normally don't splurge on Tupperware, but I am really impressed with how the FridgeSmart units keep lettuce, raspberries and other items fresh.

I promise you, I'm not a Tuppeware rep. I didn't even own any Tupperware until I ran across these. These were not even the first solution I tried for my salad and berry mold issues. I tried numerous other containers. I tried laying paper towels in the base of my containers. I tried rubbery mats to let in the air. If a website suggested it as a technique, I probably tried it.

In the Old Days women would go out shopping every other day for fresh food that they would serve - if they weren't picking the items fresh out of their back yard. Most modern day people simply don't have that kind of time. They go out once a week to the grocery store and want their food to last that full week. I've literally had lettuce and raspberries go bad the next day!

That's where this cool design comes in. First, it has a ridged bottom so it SLIGHTLY keeps the food up off the base. The aim here is not to have a roast-rack style height. You simply want air circulation to go all the way around the item to help it stay dry. Next, there are little flaps at the front of the container that you open based on what type of food goes into it. Some types of food need a lot of air - some need only minimal air. There are printed instructions right on the container to tell you how many to use for the given item.

Then you're set! We have been REALLY impressed with how fresh lettuce and raspberries stay, compared with anything else we've tried. If you use these properly, you are all set!

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Shaun M. Strohmer on December 4, 2001
This product does just what it promises: it keeps vegetables and fruits fresher longer. Parsely and cilantro actually last long enough to be used, baby carrots don't dry out, pre-cut lettuce stays crispy. If you throw away rotting vegetables, these will actually save you money in the long run. Also, I think the veggies actually taste better.
The way these stack also saves space -- I find that I have more room in my fridge. These really are smart! I love them and plan to get more!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Eric D. Aemisegger on July 24, 2002
I purchased the large container from a tupperware dealer and just love it. I use it for loose leaf lettuce like Romaine. I wash the lettuce and then tear if off the stalk. I store it in this container and it last for weeks. No brown spots or wilting. The card that comes with it tells you what settings to set the seals on for each item you store in it. I would say that this is worth evey penny you spend!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By V. Childress on June 4, 2006
My FridgeSmart set is several years old. As long as the produce is dry, it keeps veggies and fruits longer than the crisper. Worth the money. Best out of all the Tupperware products.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 26, 2002
This one really earned it's name. They not only organize your refrigerator but they keep fresh-picked product fresher longer! With FridgeSmart containers, you control the airflow within each container to create the perfect storage conditions for different fruits and vegetables in your refrigerator. My Romaine Lettuce, Berries and Cucumber stayed fresh for 3 weeks now and I am still counting!!!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By S. Penko on February 4, 2007
I love this shape, it is great for storing vegetables, and they fit well in the refrigerator. The ridges on the bottom are a nice feature too. I am dissappointed that the lids don't fit better. Mine gap in the center, especially on the longest container. I think for the price, they skimped on the lids.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Stacey on June 28, 2004
I use the Fridgesmarts all the time for my grapes and mushrooms. I have have kept grapes successfully for up to 3 wks and mushrooms without getting slimy 2 weeks! I would highly recommend this product!
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