Is all the Tupperware good for storing hot foods?

Is all the Tupperware good for storing hot foods?

For over 60 years, Tupperware has been synonymous with high-quality, world-class products that are convenient, durable, innovative, environment-friendly and most of all, safe.

All Tupperwares are made from non-toxic, non-carcinogenic materials and do not release harmful chemicals to food or liquid contents. Tupperware products have passed stringent tests to ensure they are food-grade safe, thus following you to use them with peace of mind every time.

Tupperware uses material strictly meant for microwave use and adheres to stringent regulations imposed by worldwide bodies, including the Toxic Substances Control Act Inventory (TSCA) in the US, the European Inventory of Existing Chemical Substances (EINECS) and the Japanese Invenotry (ENCS)

All products designed for microwave use are labeled on the bottom and the seal with the words 'Microwave Re-heatable' or 'Microwave Cooking'.

Only use microwave-safe Tupperware containers to reheat your food. Keep in mind, that microwave-safe Tupperware containers are only meant for “reheating the food” under the given circumstances. Reheat while keeping the vent open only for 2 minutes. Provided, you need to reheat more, stop the microwave & stir the food. Reheat not more than 3 minutes in total.

Tupperware containers safe for microwave are not intended for cooking.

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