Are your cabinets stacked to the gills with cruddy old containers and mismatched lids? Do these eyesores practically tumble onto the floor every time you open the cabinet door? Traditional plastic food storage bowls aren’t just a pain in the butt; they also harbor bacteria, fail to seal properly and are almost impossible to organize. It’s time to put an end to the madness. HSN has a 22-piece set of food storage containers by Anchor Hocking on mega sale — prepare to up your entire kitchen game.
First of all, their lids use a patented TrueSeal technology to lock in freshness. But the bowls themselves are also made of heavy-duty, dishwasher-safe glass, so you can even use them to bake, prep or serve food. The entire ensemble is a whopping $86 off (if purchased separately), and it even comes with a dry erase pen for labeling your meals.
When you do the math, this deal becomes even more appetizing. The ordinary retail value of this collection is $126, but right now it’s on sale for a shocking 40 bucks! And it gets better: You can split up your payments into five FlexPay installments of just $7.99. And if you're new to HSN, score $20 off your first purchase of $40 or more by using the code HSN2022 at checkout!
Today is the day to revamp your tired, old food storage container collection. Show every single one of those stained, warped plastic tubs the door, because this efficient, all-in-one Anchor Hocking set has everything you'll need for food storage and beyond.
You'll receive one seven-cup, three one-cup, three two-cup, two three-and-a-half-cup and two four-cup containers (all with lids), so you can do everything from save leftovers to marinate drumsticks to bake an entire cake.
There are even a slew of colors to choose from — blue, gray, mango, mint, red and white — great for matching your food storage to your kitchen decor.
Even the quality of the materials is beyond our expectations. Anchor Hocking has been using the same thick, high-quality glass since 1905, and all of their easy-to-maintain pieces are American-made. You can rest assured that scrubbing them down or running them through the dishwasher will produce a sterile container that’s as good as new each time you use it.
The lids are next-level too. They use airtight TrueSeal technology to seal in freshness flawlessly, and they’re designed to open and close without a struggle. No crackled lids or broken wings here. These lids use an ergonomic tab that’s easy to maneuver, even if you have dexterity issues or extra-long fingernails. And the lids turn inside-out for thorough cleaning — you don’t ever have to worry about grime getting in the crevices.
And did we mention you get 22 pieces? Toss them in the microwave, even — these are not your mother’s plastic food storage containers. They're bonafide workhorses that multitask just like everything else in a modern kitchen. Designed to go the distance, they’re all yours for the bargain price of $60.
We’re still not over this sale. Neither are these devoted fans:
“I love these storage containers,” wrote a savvy shopper. "This is my second order, this time with the three large and medium containers. I've used them to store leftovers and bake mac and cheese and cakes so far. I like the convenience of fridge-to-microwave and perfectly fitting tops. I just found out that they are dishwasher-safe, including the tops (saw this on HSN demo); I usually wash them by hand. This was well worth the money.”
Another five-star reviewer appreciates the eco-friendly aspects and health benefits of glass containers. “These bowls are exactly what I was looking for. Tired of plastic that's stained and not so sanitary. Glass bowls are so much better, and I'm glad to have found these."
“Sooooo much better than Tupperware,"another shopper frankly put it."The fact that it comes with a marker to write date and item in each container is another bonus. Really worth it!!!”
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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