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I'm looking for a somewhat large set of food storage containers (10 containers or more). Ideally, they'd be plastic, for weight, size, and durability concerns, and have a tight seal. Hopefully, microwavable, dishwasher, and freezer(?) safe. Nesting would be great too, as well as a having wide variety of sizes, from small portions to 4-quart sizes or bigger.

Originally, I had found some Lock&Lock sets on Amazon like this, but they seem to be disappearing and no longer in production.

asked Jun 20 '12 at 08:37

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answered Jun 25 '12 at 13:14

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They are available direct from the manufacturer - http://www.locknlockplace.com/food-containers/set.html

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answered Aug 10 '12 at 14:08

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Hands down I prefer RubberMaid Premier food storage containers -- the lids stack, tomatos and oils don't stick AS MUCH, dishwasher safe, rugged, seal great (no leaks!). Kinda expensive but much better than the throwaway cheaper ones....

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answered May 10 '13 at 11:16

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Best ones by far, I've found, are Snapware. I didn't come to this conclusion alone, I got this recommendation from the magazine Cook's Illustrated. From time to time, they answer cooking and food-related questions, similar to ones posted here. Altho there are many brands of plastic food storage containers - Rubbermaid, Pyrex, Oxo, even Ikea - Snapware stands out. Best feature for me is the great seal. I found them on Amazon and at Costco. FYI, these also come as glass containers with plastic lids. All plastic is BPA free polypropylene.

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answered Mar 20 at 06:43

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edited Mar 20 at 06:46

Your search ends here my friend, just sneak a peek on to The L.A. Table that not only has a vast collection but there dinnerware and crockery are quite stylish and beautiful. They have all kind of dinnerware set along with spoon, forks, napkins, cups, bowls and lot more.

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answered May 27 at 04:03

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edited May 27 at 04:03

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