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Tupperware Preview AUS : Tupperware February 2014
Mushrooms keep growing in the fridge. Beetroot Did you know, the stalks and leaves are edible, delicious and nutritious! Pears & Apples For a space saver they can all go in the one VentSmart Market fresh 7 Slider: Controls venting system of each container and moves from closed to open or half open. Grid: Deep channels keep food away from condensation. Stacking: Bases nest when not in use for easy storage. Artichokes Select artichokes that are heavy for their size, not too large and free from cuts or bruising. The leaves should be tight, featuring some dark green and squeak slightly when squeezed. Illustrations: Food chart on the base indicates the correct ventilation system for each fruit and vegetable. Purchase your fresh fruit and vegetables from the farmers’ market and store in your VentSmartTM storage system to ensure they stay market fresh and tasty for longer. You can prepare fresh meals to enjoy with your family without constant trips to the shops, saving you time and money. Download a QR reader and scan this code with your smart device to see how this range works.
Tupperware November 2013