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Posted March 20. 2018 12:40PM

​Tea and sympathy around a stack of Tupperware, invented in Berlin

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But as soon as I saw the colorful plastic containers arrayed across the dining room table, I thought of my grandmother and how she swore by the brand, and the unmistakable sound of the lid popping into place, thinking how her vast collection was probably buried in one of my mother’s cupboards, beneath fancier, cheaper and more expendable varieties that we tend to call Tuppers regardless of brand – perhaps in subconscious recognition of the huge impact around the world of these airtight plastic containers for storing food, invented by Earl Tupper from New Hampshire in 1938.


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