Monday, 13 May 2013

OXO POP containers giveway


There can never be enough containers in the kitchen to store the vast selection of ingredients and food that we eat. OXO have created a range of storage containers, known as POP due the ability of their lids to pop up. POP, has been designed to help transform a messy, chaotic kitchen cupboard full of soggy biscuits and disused packets of ingredients into a systematic, neat and tidy pantry that any enthusiast cook or professionalchef can be proud of.


The 11 airtight containers are ideal for storing essential store cupboard ingredients such as cereal, pasta, flour, rice, herbs and spices, and feature a unique push button mechanism that creates an airtight seal with just one touch. The button can be easily operated with one hand, perfect for when you’re juggling several ingredients at once, and also serves as a handle when lifting off the lid. The body of the container is crystal clear making it easy to see what’s inside at a glance.

Each container can be stacked side by side and on top of each other so that they can fit in any space small or large The POP containers are also convenient for storing wet foods such as soups, sauces and condiments in the fridge and feature smooth, rounded corners to allow for easy pouring. Like most of OXO’s products, the lid comes apart for easy cleaning and is completely dishwasher safe so you can keep your cupboards neat, tidy and clean all at the same time.

The POP range is available in 11 different sizes so you can pick and choose the best containers for your store cupboard ingredients. The OXO range is widely available through a selection of national retailers including Lakeland, John Lewis, House of Fraser, Amazon, Dunelm, Selfridges and other leading cook shops.

Thankyou to OXO  who have been very generous and have agreed to supply a  a selection of POP containers in various sizes, worth £50 for one simply.food reader as a giveaway prize.

The prize:

T1 x POP large square container 3.8L
1 x POP cookie jar container 2.8L
1 x POP short large square container 2.3L
1 x POP short rectangle container 1.4L


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230 comments:

  1. I have storage jars and tins :)

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  2. All our food leftovers are stored in plastic containers in the fridge. I hate wasting food!

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  3. Either in their original packaging or plastic containers with lids - these oxo tubs look so handy though!

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  4. A combination of specially purchased containers and recycled coffee jars/takeaway plastics.

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  5. I store my ingredients in plastic containers simular to these

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  6. Don't currently have any storage but need to sort some out. My flour gets spoilt very quickly!

    Hele

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  7. These would be very useful.

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  8. These would be very handy.

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  9. They are all in their packets & boxes they come from the shop in, it's not ideal would love some proper storage boxes

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  10. I store my ingredients in a dedicated cupboard

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  11. I have a few OXO containers and they are great but I could always use more.

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  12. In the boxes they come in normally!

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  13. Plastic mismatched jars at the moment!!

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  14. I save ice-cream tubs and coffee jars to re-use.

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  15. In old storage boxes and tins :-)

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  16. Mainly packets/boxes they come in

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  17. Mainly the packets/boxes the items come in

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  18. in plastic tubs!

    @ashlallan

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  19. i just usually put a peg on the bag they come in lol noot very posh or practical i knw :) @chanson2010 on twitter

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  20. In the packaging they come in.

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  21. I use small dishes with cling film over

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  22. we have a larder and we also use plastic containers

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  23. Some stuff in original packaging, some in plastic boxes or tins.

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  24. I don't have any proper storage at prsent - my ingredients stay in the packets I bought them in.

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  25. I try and store in tubs such as old ice cream ones but have a proper spaghetti pasta container but really could do with some nice ones like these!

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  26. A combination of Jars / tubs and Containers a bit of a mish mash really

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  27. usually in the original packets, this would be so much better

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  28. glass containers
    karen s
    twannywun at hotmail dot com

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  29. This would be great for me please

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  30. i just use original packaging so could really do with a solution

    linz.1979@hotmail.co.uk

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  31. Storage jars and clip fresh containers.

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  32. Leftovers get frozen in plastic tubs. Fresh stuff is bought as needed. We have a cupboard for spices and dried goods and another for home made bottled goods like chutney, jams and pickles (mostly in recycled jam jars and kilner jars). Don't really do tinned food but veg is stored away in the dark of a cupboard. Stocks and soups get frozen in bulk.

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  33. My flour is in old baby milk tins and my pasta in jars, but everything else is a bit slap dash

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  34. I have an untidy pantry with packets falling off the shelves! I need organising!!

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  35. I store things in Chinese take out plastic containers but it is so confusing and annoying they are all a slightly different shape so I have to hunt the right tub and the right lid out of the cupboard

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  36. I usually use plastic container :-)

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  37. Either in their original packaging or plastic containers with lids

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  38. loads of various storage jars

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  39. I use tupperware had it years still going strong

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  40. I usually store them in plastic tubs

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  41. Not very effectively - anything I can find

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  42. some are in jars, some are in the packet closed with those clippy things
    anna m

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  43. All sorts of ways - glass jars for the thins I use most often, and then an assortment of bought and recycled lidded plastic boxes, tins, and also just bags closed with a clip.

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  44. Mostly as they come from the shop but teabags are in a jar.

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  45. a variety of storage tins and jars or original packaging

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  46. I use a combination of plastic containers and glass jars

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  47. just in the packets, so I would love to win this

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  48. Tend to store them in their original packaging although tin foil and cling film come in handy!

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  49. I have an odd assortment of Jars, tins and containers - even old takeaway containers :(

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  50. I store stuff in plastic baggies if in the cupboards. Those plastic air-tight containers can be pretty expensive...

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  51. .............lazy way - currently in the jars/packets etc they are bought in

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  52. I save supermarket soup tubs and use them to freeze my homemade soup, chilli and curry. I also save plastic humus tubs as they're perfect for salads. Mostly my kitchen is full of recycled tubs, they're not very space efficient though!
    @WrightyH

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  53. My ingredients are stored in mismatch pile of plastic storage pots or their original packaging. Have always threatened to get matching pots to leave out in easy reach!

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  54. We have ours in a mix of random jars and pots. All our spices are in jam jars

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  55. I use the original packaging but keep rice in a glass jar as its easier to pour from it.

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  56. We have a real mish mash of original packaging, kilner jars, plastic storage containers, stoneware lidded jars, wicker baskets, everything! Would be lovely to unify it a bit.

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  57. Kilner jars that I've bought from charity shops

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  58. Storage jars, coffee jars and those useful little coffee tins :) Other than that, I have opened packets, spilling their ingredients all over the shelves.

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  59. Mostly in their original packaging but these would be great as I have a small kitchen and they would keep everything tidy.

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  60. It's definitely a challenge! I try to keep things in clear containers and clearly labeled! As we progress in pregnancy I have a feeling I may get even more anal about making sure it's all organized!!

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  61. Clips on the bags or old margarine tubs.

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  62. Mostly jars and sandwich boxes.

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  63. I use Ikea bevara food bag clips, plastic food containers or empty jars.

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  64. Very badly, which is why I could do with this set!

    LAURA HARRIS

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  65. Usually in their own packaging with a clip or rubber band. Some are in jars though.

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  66. I store everything as it comes...in its own packaging.

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  67. A combination of original packaging and storage containers, really need more of them.

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  68. I'm slowly building up my storage. I have some tupperware and some glass jars but you can never have enough :)

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  69. Just in their packaging and if they're lucky a clip on them - usually not and thinks spill out in my cupboards!

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  70. All different storage pots & tubs!!

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  71. I use a variety of plastic storage boxes.

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  72. hmmm let's just say it's a mess! Things come tumbling down when I open cupboard doors, packets frequently spill their contents, things get forgotten in dark corners... EEK!

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  73. I use the jars they come in normally because my old containers have been thrown away because they were od

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  74. i use lots of tubs with air tight lids bcoz some cheao ones aint worth the money bcoz they dont seal properly

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  75. I have several old glass sweet jars which are great for pasta and rice etc. I put pulses and other dry ingredients in smaller old kilner jars

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  76. old tupperware :-( could do with updating

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  77. I store things in the packets in the cupboards but it takes up so much space :( x

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  78. I bought some clothes pegs from Asda which I use specifically for sealing food, ie cereals etc. I roll the tops of the packets and peg them to keep them fresh x

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  79. I have a few shop bought containers but quite often improvise with empty food containers such as ice cream tubs or chilled soup containers. Those oxo tubs look great and if they make it easier to open and shut the container then a great product for us arthritis sufferers.

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  80. I have a few shop bought containers but also use old food storage containers such as ice cream tubs and cold soup tubs as they hold quite a lot and have good lids.

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  81. Staples in Jars and everything else as it comes

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  82. I've got plastic containers like these, reused chinese plastic containers, glass jars with sealing tops and tins.

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  83. I used to live in Africa, where you must keep things in jars or tins, otherwise you will be overrun by ants! Even though I've lived in England for 10 years, old habits die hard and I still keep all dried goods, cereals, flour, sugar etc. in jars.

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  84. I have quite a few storage containers or leave in original packaging. I do have one oxo pop container for my tea bags and I love it!

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  85. usually in the original packaging.

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  86. I don't use any jars or containers, but I really want to.. :)

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  87. I use storage containers from Ikea and empty coffee and jam jars.

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  88. I try to use storage jars and boxes but dont have many so more often than not ingredients just stay in the packaging

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  89. It's all in plastic containers, we had a case of the Biscuit Beetle a couple of years ago, so since then we've decanted everything into plastic containers as soon as the shopping arrives.

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  90. what a fantastic prize hollymarierose@live.co.uk

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  91. Great Prize as these are so handy to have!

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  92. in the original packaging usually. It takes a lot of room up and looks untidy so these would be a good idea

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  93. often in their packaging, with a plastic clip. Not very tidy looking.

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  94. in anything i can find, old takeaway containers & i use bag clips

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  95. Lots of tubs... but always end up with extra lids!

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  96. all my ingredients are still in their original packaging

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  97. not very well as I don't have storage

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  98. In a mish mash of assorted containers

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  99. I have an assortment of plastic containers and empty coffee jars I use for storage x

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  100. Could really do with these. Sick of picking up cornflakes off the floor hehe

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  101. plastic containers and tins,

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  102. I store my ingredients in their packaging, if the packet has ripped when it has been opened, I will often use a freezer back to keep it in.

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  103. Usually in their original packaging. :(

    Simon.

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  104. Some in the original packet, but I reuse my lovely coffee jars as storage containers.

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  105. I have some tupperware containers that I use could do with some better ones though :)

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  106. I do use containers but somehow never have enough

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  107. I use a mix of tupperware, plastic takeaway containers and bag clips

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  108. I still have proper tupperwares dating back nearly 30 years, and I have to say they are still going very strong. Also use margarine tubs and some cheaper storage boxes in the freezer

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  109. I use Tupperware boxes and a few Lock & Lock containers generally.

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  110. i have different type of tupperwares

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  111. Sometimes in its original packaging, with a clip on it and sometimes decanted into jars or plastic boxes

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  112. Sometimes in the original packaging with a clip and sometimes decanted into a jar or plastic container

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  113. In their original containers

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  114. I use plastic boxes with lids but don't have anywhere near enough

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  115. I use plastic bags sealed with clips, recycled glass coffee jars and recycled plastic containers ...

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  116. a collection for storage tubs and food bags

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  117. I have to use the container it came in (nothing else available to use :(

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  118. A mixture of anything that comes to hand!

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  119. Anything fresh / leftovers goes in plastic tubs, but store cupboard ingredients just stay in their packets

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  120. In their orginal packaging.

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  121. mostly in recycled takeaway trays!

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  122. I store mine in a mix glass, pottery and plastic containers.

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  123. Glass storage jars and some plastic containers

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  124. Plastic containers/bags/boxes

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  125. I have a variety of different storage containers, red metal tins for tea coffee and sugar, glass jars for spagetti rice and pasta and I confess I keep cereals, flour etc in their original packaging

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  126. in a variety of hand me down tins/plastic containers

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  127. I don't own any storage containers, so I store food in the packages they came in.

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  128. I usually use old take out tubs #naughtyme

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  129. i use old jars from other stuff or storage tubs i bought

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  130. Very old Tupperware containers all lined up on top of the cupboard.

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  131. Old take away containers xx

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  132. I store food in plastic containers
    to keep them fresh
    but fruit I keep in the fridge
    to keep it crunchy
    and at its best

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  133. i use old tupperware containers, clip lock containers and plastic bags

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  134. I store food in lidded plastic containers in the fridge,mainly chep ones from Poundshops and bargain shops

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  135. Have plastic airtight storage tubs from the poundshop

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  136. Have plastic airtight storage containers albeit a bit small for some things

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  137. I have storage tubs to keep everything fresh

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  138. In their original packaging

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  139. In the original packaging, which undoubtedly gets torn and battered!

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  140. in the packaging they came in,hence the reason this prize would come in soooo handy

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  141. A combination of original packaging, and containers

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  142. In their packaging normally :) although somethings are in old tins.

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  143. On a shelf in the original packaging

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  144. In very old plastic storage boxes with cracked lids and they're stained from storing tomato based sauces in them!

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  145. In glass jars and tupperware.

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  146. In its original packaging as I havent got any storage lol

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  147. either in its original packaging or in good old Tupperware :-D

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  148. I store thingd in plastic boxes given to me when I moved in. They are getting a bit battered now.

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  149. In their original packaging

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  150. In a mish mash of recycled containers and tupperware

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  151. Some tins and some recycled coffee tins

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  152. old take-away containers & food bags

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  153. Usually in the container that they come in

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  154. I haven't got many containers so what I tend to do is to roll over the packet and put a peg on the top.

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  155. I use leftover takeaway cartons but they break easily.

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  156. I have a mix of old biscuit tins, ice cream tubs and takeout containers I use. Not very stylish and most of them aren't very airtight any more, should really invest in some new ones.

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  157. i just use basic plastic storage boxes but id love something better :)

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