Tupperware


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Tupperware

(ˈtʌpəweə)
n
(Cookery) trademark a brand of plastic containers used for storing food
[C20: Tupper, US manufacturing company + ware1]
Translations

Tupperware®

[ˈtʌpərwɛər]
nTupperware® m
modif
a Tupperware box → un Tupperware
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Everything we do at Tupperware is for our sales force," said Rick Goings, CEO and Chairman of Tupperware Brands Corporation.
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Chandan Dang, CMO, Tupperware India said "Fortune Magazine's recognition of Tupperware as one of the most admired companies in the world for the eighth consecutive year also highlights Tupperware India's 18 years and more of empowering and supporting women to realize their dream, which is the DNA of this organization.
Tupperware, initially developed by Earl Silas Tupper, had found success in the 1950's after Wise came up with the idea of having Tupperware parties.
Torres said that the flagship Tupperware brand, which features the popular food containers, is still the fastest growing among the company's array of products.
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