Stay Fresh Food Storage Collection

Stay Fresh Food Storage Collection

Food organizational solutions come and go, but the Stay Fresh line of airtight containers are here to stay. Made of high quality clear polypropylene, these containers don't transfer odors and will prevent premature spoilage due to air exposure. The containers are refrigerator, freezer, and dishwasher safe. Once the lid is shut, this airtight containers will protect the food from spillage, stale air, moisture, dust, and insects. So whether you are storing flour, sugar, eggs, lettuce, crackers, cookies or just about anything else you can think of, the Stay Fresh Container Collection has just what you need.

  • In my opinion, it doesn't get better than Lock 'n Lock when it comes to storin' stuff like food, craft and sewing supplies, home office supplies, garage material, camping, first aid, and many more! Why so fabu? • 100% air- a... In my opinion, it doesn't get better than Lock 'n Lock when it comes to storin' stuff like food, craft and sewing supplies, home office supplies, garage material, camping, first aid, and many more! Why so fabu? • 100% air- and water-tight • Special silicone sealing ring for super strong seal • 4 easy snap latches lock in freshness • Stackable • Smaller units nest in larger units for storage • Odor proof and stain resistant • Microwave, freezer and dishwasher safe • Guaranteed for Life by the Manufacturer Some under $10 and some over $10 - depending on whatcha want...

  • It's always a hassle carrying around cupcakes to work or to give to your friends without smearing the frosting all over the place. This cupcake container keeps it clean and neat!

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  • I love this idea for storing and toting deviled eggs. The usual method is messy and they slide around so much - it's often a sloppy mess by the time you arrive at your destination. Using aluminum foil or saran wrap is no answer ... I love this idea for storing and toting deviled eggs. The usual method is messy and they slide around so much - it's often a sloppy mess by the time you arrive at your destination. Using aluminum foil or saran wrap is no answer either. Using this container you can stack and store two dozen or more eggs.