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24-Pack Chef's Path Airtight Food Storage Containers Set with Lids EXPIRED

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Chef's Path via Amazon has 24-Pack Airtight Food Storage Containers Set with Lids on sale for $48.99 when you clip the $20 off coupon on the product page. Shipping is free.

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  • 6 extra-large (11.83 cups/2.8 liters,)
  • 6 large (8.45 cups /2.0 liters)
  • 6 medium (5.92 cups /1.4 liter)
  • 6 small containers (3.38 cups /0.8 liters)

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Airtight Food Storage Containers Set with Lids (24 Pack) for Kitchen and Pantry Organization - BPA Free Kitchen Canisters for Cereal, Rice, Flour & Oats - Free Marker and 24 Labels

Sold by Chef's Path @Amazon

Chef's Path usually posts a coupon of some sort. But even with the coupon, today's price at $50 seems the lowest I can remember.

2% one star, 1% two star reviews. Seems solid to me.

https://smile.amazon.com/gp/produ...JN6C&psc=1 >Now $48.99 after 'clipping' $20 off coupon on product page
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You can repurpose used pasta sauce jars (or any glass jar), better than having edible items sit in plastic for a long time.

Seriously concerned about studies that say we ingest a credit card's worth of plastic each week, microplastics found in our blood, breastmilk, etc...
These containers are more fragile than a 1st century vase. Pass

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These containers are more fragile than a 1st century vase. Pass
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You can repurpose used pasta sauce jars (or any glass jar), better than having edible items sit in plastic for a long time.

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I have these and they're awesome.

I use them for oatmeal, brown sugar and dog food. They keep it all fresh and I open and close them fairly regularly

I bought a 4 pack if the larger size for 18 bucks I think. I didn't need so many of them

Mine are 4L versions apparently https://smile.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/...title&th=1

Regardless they are great.
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You can repurpose used pasta sauce jars (or any glass jar), better than having edible items sit in plastic for a long time.

Seriously concerned about studies that say we ingest a credit card's worth of plastic each week, microplastics found in our blood, breastmilk, etc...
I'm also careful with my plastic usage, but I think it's going way overboard to worry about storing dry items like beans in plastic.
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You can repurpose used pasta sauce jars (or any glass jar), better than having edible items sit in plastic for a long time.

Seriously concerned about studies that say we ingest a credit card's worth of plastic each week, microplastics found in our blood, breastmilk, etc...
Plastic is good for you. It builds character.
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How did you get for $50
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Quote from rasoolmq1786 :
How did you get for $50
There is a $20 off coupon you can apply.
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These containers are more fragile than a 1st century vase. Pass
I've had the 14-pc version for a little over a year now and they've held up nicely. I use them in the pantry and also in the fridge and haven't had a single one break.
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You get what you pay for. These are not solid and clear like OXO. They are flimsy and have a milky se through appearance. Good for light use.
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What can these be used for?
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Ordered. Good find!
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