Preserve Square 25-Ounce Food Storage Container Review

This is pretty ugly

As a guy who brings his lunch to work I’m pretty familiar with Tupperware and food containers.

The picture above pretty much represents what I used to pack my lunch in and bring to work with me.

The problem with Tupperware is not just the fact that they aren’t aesthetically pleasing, but a lot of them are just too big and bulky.

Tupperware is great for storing food once you’re done making it, but it’s hard to find a food container that’s small and compact but yet big enough to fit 25oz of food for a quick lunch.

That was the case until now check this out.

25 Ounce Apple Green Food Container

 

This is the Preserve Square 25 ounce food container. It’s pretty interesting actually.

The company was founded by Eric Hudson who was studying recycling systems. At the time in the 1990’s when Eric was studying recycling systems he noticed a missing link.

More consumers consumers were recycling, but few manufactures were putting recycled materials to good use. In 1996, to address this gap, Eric founded Preserve.

Eric dedicated his new venture to using Earth’s resource more efficiently and responsibly, and transform recycled material into products that were functional, well designed and fun to use.

The company started with everyday products like toothbrushes and Tupperware food containers.

Why Preserve 25 Ounce Food Container?

 

 

Aesthetically Pleasing

I’m not going to lie, the Preserve food container just looks nice. It has green apple shape and it’s small which makes it aesthetically pleasing to look at it. Compare that to your bulky not so nice looking Tupperware.

Small & Compact

Preserve food container is small enough to carry with you but big enough to fit just the right amount of food you need. You can carry up to 25 ounces of food in one of these. If that’s not enough, no worries it comes in a set of two so you can carry more food in another 25 ounce container. This is perfect for carrying food made by your Crock-pot.

BPA Free

BPA stands for bisphenol A. BPA has been used to make plastics that store food and beverages such as water bottles and food containers.

Some research has shown that BPA can seep into food or beverages from containers that are made with BPA. Exposure to BPA is a concern because of possible health effects of BPA on the brain, behavior and prostate gland of fetuses, infants and children. Additional research suggests a possible link between BPA and increased blood pressure.

No need to worry about BPA as Preserve food containers are all BPA free.

Conclusion

If you’re environmentally conscious and looking for an aesthetically pleasing food containers that small enough to carry but big enough to fit your food than you should check out the Preserve food container.

P.S. You can order it Here

First Time Buyers Get $5.00 Off Their Order

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