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BPA-Free Plastic Food Containers From Preserve Products and Rubbermaid

Fittingly Green: BPA-Free Food Containers

Ever since the BPA/Nalgene scare of 2008 — in which we learned that bisphenol A could cause all sorts of health problems — manufacturers have been churning out BPA-free plastic water bottles and baby products. Now, BPA-free food storage is also becoming easier to find.

Since we know that bringing your lunch to work is a healthy habit, make it even healthier by packing food in BPA-free plastic containers. I love these fittingly green food storage containers from Preserve made from 100 percent recycled plastic. Buy two square containers for $5.99, a large round one for $2.99, or the smaller version for $2.79. Rubbermaid also has an extensive collection of BPA-free containers to help you go green.

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namratalouver namratalouver 8 years
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Amester3005 Amester3005 8 years
I really want to try these out. They have a retro chic look to them. The color reminds me of the 70's while the shpae and covers are more modern.
tlsgirl tlsgirl 8 years
I like the Preserve stuff. They have also have washable/recyclable plastic dishware and utensils. They came in really handy when I was moving last year.
kristints kristints 8 years
Oh, I LOVE Preserve containers! I use glass most the time, but these are really handy for on the go lunches or snacks.
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