The container brand that Americans have loved over the past 76 years is now more easily available. Iowans will soon see it on shelves starting next week.
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Earl Silas TupperThe plastic for containers was invented in Leominster in Massachusetts in 1938. Tupperware was created in 1946. Since then, the company’s products have kept foods fresh.
Brownie Wise (Vice President of Marketing for Tupperware) founded Tupperware Parties Inc. Tupperware parties were soon followed by a flurry of sales and the products became immensely popular.
*The below photo is of Tupperware products from 1953.
In a Linkedin post, Tupperware CEO Miguel Fernandez said, “… we’re officially entering retail in the US with the availability of Tupperware products in Target® stores nationwide and on Target.com. At Target, brand fans and newcomers alike will find options not only optimized to prevent food waste, but with the expert, timeless design we’re known for. “
Tupperware products available at Target.comThey are available in a variety of sizes, from a single container for $7.99 to a set of 30 for $79.99. Target stores across the country also sell them.
Target isn’t the only place where Tupperware has been sold. These photos were taken in a California store in 2003.
Fernandez said that Tupperware parties would continue. However, Target’s long-standing product line is now available at Target. AmazonIt’ll be much harder to get your friends to your party.
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