Doing good means doing right for people and our planet. This is our foundation…and our commitment.
With ever-evolving environmentally-conscious products that reduce waste at every turn, and empowering people with entrepreneurial opportunities, we live this pledge every day.
We have no time to waste. Join this movement, and together we will better our people, our planet, and our communities so you can be the change you wish to see in the world.
Doing our part
Reducing waste with thoughtful design
Since our beginnings, we have created safe, innovative, resuable and environmentally responsible products that give people solutions to store, prep and cook food at home.
Our 10,000 design patents contribute to product efficiency and responsible consumption.
Our products help to keep food fresher longer, helping ease food waste.
By 2025, all Tupperware products will be delivered to consumers only in packaging that is compostable or biodegradable – meaning no more poly bags.
We are reducing waste, increasing renewable energy and limiting the amount of water we use to operate. We are also aiming for zero waste to landfill across all manufacturing facilities.
Not all plastics are created equal
Tupperware follows the recommendations and guidelines of governmental regulatory agencies regarding materials that may be used in our high quality products. The Company also acknowledges the attitudes of consumers regarding products containing BPA. In its continuous search for the best materials for use in its products, Tupperware has found other materials with improved performance characteristics that have been approved by regulators to be BPA free to replace polycarbonate. As of March 2010, items sold by Tupperware US & CA are BPA free.
DESIGNED TO BE HEATED
If your Tupperware has a symbol with squiggly lines, it’s safe to use it in the microwave. All resins approved for use in the microwave have been tested to ensure no transfer of chemicals to your food takes place.
REUSE, THEN RECYCLE
Though designed to last a lifetime, our BPA-free plastic containers are recyclable, and many will bear recycling codes to help recycling centers best sort them.
“My family’s life has been changed by Tupperware in so many ways. I watch my children and see how successful they are, and how they interact with people—and I know all of that came from what I’ve instilled in them from what I’ve learned from Tupperware.”
TUPPERWARE BUSINESS LEADER