Monday, August 3, 2009

Rubbermaid Food Storage - Review (Giveaway Closed)

easy find lids
I've been storing leftovers in a collection of mismatched containers that I've acquired over the past 20-some years. More often than not, to avoid the avalanche of containers and lids, I refrigerate leftovers in bowls. Of course, that's not exactly an ideal solution, so I was happy to have the chance to try the new Easy Find Lids set from Rubbermaid.

The set includes four types of containers:

All of the types have Easy Find Lids, which snap to the bottom of the containers for easy storage. The lids also snap to each other, which saves space. All are dishwasher-, freezer-, and microwave-safe. Beyond that, each type has its own special features.

Lock-its have locking tabs that secure the lids. I'd use these for packing lunches, because the tabs would keep the lid attached! I used one to store cucumber salad, and the only time I had a tiny leak was when I repeatedly flipped the container to mix the salad and the vinegar-based dressing.

Produce Saver containers have an insert that keeps fruits and vegetables from sitting in a puddle of water; the lids have tiny vents to help keep produce fresh. I used the Produce Saver to store fresh green beans, and I was glad they didn't sit in the water I'd rinsed them in. (Note that Rubbermaid recommends not washing the produce before storing it in the Produce Saver; this will help keep produce fresh longer. I haven't tried it that way.)

Premier containers are made of a different material, designed to resist staining and odors. To test the stain-resistance, I filled it with tomato sauce ...


... and left it in the refrigerator for three or four days. After I washed it, it was perfectly clear, as advertised.


Giveaway details:

This giveaway is closed. Congratulations to the winner: Kathy!

Rubbermaid has generously offered to send an Easy Find Lids 20-piece set to one lucky reader.

Here's how to enter:

Just leave me a comment to let me know which container most appeals to you and why. Be sure to leave a way for me to contact you. Limit 1 entry by this method. This must be done in order to qualify for extra entries.

Here's how you can earn additional entries (please leave one comment per entry):

  • Follow Rubbermaid on Twitter. (1 entry)
  • Become a fan of Rubbermaid on Facebook. (1 entry)
  • Leave a comment to tell me the most unusual food-storage container you've used. (1 entry)
  • Follow me on Twitter. (1 entry)
  • Subscribe to my feed in a feed reader or by email. Leave an extra comment to let me know you've done this. If you already subscribe, leave a comment to let me know. (1 entry)
  • Blog about this giveaway with a link back to this post. Leave a comment with a link to your blog post. (1 entry)
  • Enter a giveaway at another Back to School Bash participating blog. (1 entry per blog)

More details: Open to residents of USA, age 18 or older. Giveaway ends Thursday 8/13/09 at noon (Eastern time). Winner will be chosen by the random number generator at Random.org. Winner will be contacted by email and must claim the prize within 72 hours, or another winner will be chosen. Void where prohibited.

Good luck, and thanks for reading!

258 comments :

  1. I have always liked the solid red easy fit lids because of their durability but I really would love to try the Premier black lids/containers now that I hear about their stain and odor resisitance. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  2. Glad the containers worked out well for you.

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  3. I'd have to go with the easy find lids b/c I am always losing them!!!! :) Neat giveaway!

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  4. oh, I'd be all over the lock-its, with a 18 mo and 3 yo in the house, we need all the spill protection we can get!!

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  5. The Lock-its would be best for me. I am always cleaning the fridge because of poorly-fitting lids on containers.

    spitfyr323 at hotmail dot com

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  6. I'm a subscriber!

    spitfyr323 at hotmail dot com

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  7. I love the produce savers - they keep moisture away from the fruit stored in it and keep your produce fresh longer!

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  8. I love the Rubbermaid Lock-its! Sometimes the microwave will warp the bowl/lid to where the lid won't fit that good but with the lock-its, you'll never have to worry about the lids coming off! :)

    april_vereb@yahoo.com

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  9. I guess the most unusual containers I've ever used would be re-washed plastic butter containers or containers that BBQ comes in. They make the perfect sized little containers for leftovers! :)

    april_vereb@yahoo.com

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  10. I'm already subscribed by email to your feed! Love it! :)

    april_vereb@yahoo.com

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  11. I would love the produce saver!

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  12. follow you on twitter - kgail11

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  13. follow rubbermaid on twitter

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  14. most unusual food storage... hmmm... maybe a purse??

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  15. The produce savers sound especially great to me! I have an organic garden and would love to extend the life of the vegetables that come out of my garden.
    oheeyore at hotmail dot com

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  16. The most unusual food storage container I've used is probably a recycled container that used to hold dishwasher detergent tablets. I now use it for compost.
    oheeyore at hotmail dot com

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  17. email subscriber
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  18. I especailly like the produce saver with the green top!

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  19. The most unusual food storage comtainer I've used is a plastic container that first held nuts to hold dried beans.

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  20. I am an e-mail subscriber.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  21. I will store things in anything! I am storing school lunch supplies in a standing utensil holder!

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  22. The Produce Saver appeals to me most I love my fruits and veggies.

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  23. Following Rubbermaid on Twitter - bridget3420

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  24. Facebook Rubbermaid fan - Bridget Hopper

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  25. I don't think it's that unusual but I've used butter tubs.

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  26. Already an email subscriber

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  27. Entered Bake Me A Wish giveaway on Mission Mommy's blog

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  28. Entered Bake Me A Wish cake giveaway on Kiddies Corner Deals blog

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  29. Entered Grooming Lounge giveaway

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  30. Entered Coach Wallet giveaway by The Side of Eternity

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  31. Blogged about giveaway

    http://freebies4meandu.blogspot.com/2009/08/82-giveaway-list-2.html

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  32. I like the lock-its storage containers because of the snap on lids.

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  33. I entered This Side of Eternity's Trix giveaway.

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  34. I entered My Household Junk's Bagitconscious giveaway.

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  35. I entered One Bored Mommy's "We Love Colors" giveaway.

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  36. i like the Solid Red Fits!
    cassandra@aubut.net

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  37. I like the lock its because I wouldnt have to worry about spills
    throuthehaze at gmail dot com

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  38. follow rubbermaid on twitter @throuthehaze
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  39. follow you on twitter @throuthehaze
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  40. subscribe in reader
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  41. I like the containers with Easy Find lids. Right now I have a box, while arranged neatly, is full of different types of lids for different types of containers. Some standardization would be nice.

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  42. I entered My 4 Monkey's Squiggle giveaway

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  43. It's not necessarily unusual but we have quite a bit of the Gladware disposable containers. We've been using them for 5+yrs.

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  44. I entered the savingdollarsandsense.com Trix giveaway

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  45. I entered thedivinemissmommy.com Bumkins giveaway

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  46. I entered the Kiddie's Corner Deals Fray Baby giveaway

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  47. I entered the myhouseholdjunk.com Bagitconscious giveaway

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  48. I entered the MyFourMonkey.com Squiggle giveaway

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  49. My fave are the Lock-it's!
    Thanks for the entry
    Tonyamcrain [at] aol.com

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  50. I entered reusable bags at Pour Some Sugar on me

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  51. following rubbermaid on twitter: Mom2LinzNOkie

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  52. I like the red easy find lids. I'm always losing lids!

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  53. Following you on Twitter (heatherbusch)

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  54. I entered at Five Little Monkeys

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  55. I like the Produce Saver- I hate it when my fruit ( berries, all kinds) goes bad.

    jill.watkins@gmail.com

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  56. I entered the Back to School Bash at Mission Mommy!

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  57. Following you on twitter- as jilltrav

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  58. I entered at One Bored Mommy

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  59. The rubbermaid premium containers appeal to me the most because they are odor and stain resistant. I am so tired of our containers holding in odor and then having to be thrown out because they stink too bad. We've thrown away quite a few just because they stink

    heather[dot]mcdougle[at]gmail[dot]com

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  60. I follow rubbermaid on twitter- heathermcdougle

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  61. I'm a fan of rubbermaid on facebook

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  62. I follow you on twitter- heathermcdougle

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  63. I'm a subscriber

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  64. I entered a giveaway at My Four Monkeys!

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  65. Such a tough decision...there are so many choices! I believe my favorite is the Rubbermaid Produce Saver since it claims to keep fresh and crisp up to 33% longer.
    Thanks!
    Aimee
    sierranelsby (at) gmail (dot) com

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  66. I am following Rubbermaid on Twitter (username Nelsby).
    Thanks!
    Aimee
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  67. I am a Facebook fan of Rubbermaid.
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    Aimee
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  68. I am following you on Twitter (username Nelsby).
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    Aimee
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  69. I subscribe to your blog feed via email.
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  70. I subscribe to your blog's RSS feed on Google Reader.
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  71. Tweet: http://twitter.com/Nelsby/status/3132350248
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  72. I entered the Coach wallet giveaway at The Divine Miss Mommy.
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    Aimee
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  73. I entered the Coach wallet giveaway at This Side of Eternity.
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    Aimee
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  74. I entered the Carolina Pad giveaway at Mission Mommy.
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  75. I used to use a decorated mailbox as a breadbox.

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  76. i like the easy find lids 1.5 gallon, its very small and can fit in my lunch box. plus easy to find the lid
    bwalleshauser at yahoo dot com

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  77. i am following rubbermaid on twitter @notimemommy

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  78. That's really cool. I like the Easy Finds.. when we moved.. all my lids somehow disappeared!

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  79. I'd like to try the premier ones, I have passed by these a million times but havent built up the nerve to purchase!

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  80. I like the Produce Savers, I like fresh produce, but it goes bad so fast. Would be a real money saver!

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  81. I like the Premire collection because they don't stain,I make and save spagetti sauce. The containers always leave a stain. I also love that the lids snap on the bottom. Thanks
    matternu@aol.com

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  82. Entered Coach giveaway@The Divine Miss Mommy
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  83. I like the easy find lid containers. I am always losing lids!! Where do they go? It's like socks in the dryer.

    Tracy.justformeandyou@gmail.com

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  84. I once used a shopping bag to store food because I had nothing else to put it in!

    Tracy.justformeandyou@gmail.com

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  85. I would love to try the Produce Saver containers. I quite often have things like lettuce, tomatoes, onions, peppers, etc that I use but not everyday and I hate to buy them and have them go to waste so quickly.
    talonsmom731 at gmail dot com

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  86. I follow Rubbermaid on Twitter. My id: talonsmom731
    talonsmom731 at gmail dot com

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  87. The most unusual container I have ever used is plastic containers that once held butter, whipped topping, coffee, etc. The butter containers are used most frequently around our house.
    talonsmom731 at gmail dot com

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  88. The premier looks great. My main concern with using plastic is staining since we store a lot of tomato based foods.
    jbhowell74@gmail.com

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  89. I follow you on my blogger reader.

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  90. I am following on Twitter. My id: talonsmom731
    talonsmom731 at gmail dot com

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  91. I blogged about this giveaway
    http://goyay.blogspot.com/2009/08/rubbermaid-20-piece-storage-set.html
    talonsmom731 at gmail dot com

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  92. Lock-its to send in my husband's lunch with no spills.

    lobrien3@columbus.rr.com

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  93. I love the red easy to find lids
    meghitt01 at gmail dot com

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  94. I love the easy find lids and the lockits.

    cavsfan24@yahoo.com

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  95. I like the lock lids... mostly because I have a tendency in a hurry to look into a container and then not secure the lid -- this would, I hope make me more aware to do it each time. Also because I like to put things in sideways, and of course the locking lid would then keep the food in that way as well.

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  96. I would love the easy to find lids!
    Thanks,
    Ashleyphillips76@gmail.com

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  97. I have always been a Rubbermaid girl! No generic brands for me (they melt in the microwave). Recently my 1 year old son has taken to drumming on my collection. I'm now left with containers and mismatched lids all over the house, but that's perfectly fine with me because he's a little rocker. I have been eyeing the premier with the easy find lids for awhile now, but the idea of the produce savers sound great (I am really making an effort to feed my son fresh fruits and veggies, but I hate that it all goes bad so quickly). What a great company and great giveaway!

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  98. I think the lock-its are my most favorite!

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  99. We need the Produce Saver bowls--we waste too much produce due to spoilage.

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  100. I have used an old alfredo sauce jar to store bacon grease in until I used it to fry cabbage. The grease was hot and the glass jar was the only thinkg I could find that wouldn't melt!

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  101. I entered the Squiggles giveaway at my four monkeys.

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  102. I entered the Sharpie giveaway at mission mommy.

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  103. The produce saver! My produce is always gonig bad :(

    petrellinyc-slinky@yahoo.com

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  104. I love the Premier because they are stain free. I really, really like that idea!
    onlyatech at yahoo dot com

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  105. I'm a bit of a klutz, so I like the Lockits. No way to spill those, hehe.
    Thanks for doing the giveaway!
    -Leslie
    carykhepburn@yahoo.com

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  106. I am following rubbermaid on twitter

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  107. A fan of rubbermaid on facebook.

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  108. Have entered another giveaway on the school giveaway bash (shopping bag).

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  109. I would love to try the premier rubbermaid! Thanks! scg00387 at yahoo.com

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  110. Produce saver b/c I have a phobia of rotten fruits and vegetables:)
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  111. I like the Produce Saver because it keeps vegetables fresh.

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

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  112. I follow Rubbermaid on Twitter - Janetfaye

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  113. Rubermaid Facebook Fan - Janet Fri

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  114. Email subscribed.

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  115. I follow you on Twitter - Janetfaye

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  116. The Lock-Its appeal to me most. The commercial for them shows soup in them being tossed in a backpack. I would love to take soup for work lunches, but don't trust my other Containers to get it work safely - walk down the block, hop onto public transportation, walk into work, through my bag down because I forgot I had soup in it, etc. leads to a slimy, wet mess in my bag. Lockits look much more leak-prooof!

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  117. I have to agree with most of the comments. I would love the Lock-it the best. I hate when my containers leak!!
    Tinap
    tinajanet1@verizon.net

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  118. The produce saver looks cool. Thanks for the giveaway!

    e.estt[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  119. I like the Produce saver best. Thanks for the chance, justicecw@hotmail.com

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  120. I am an email subscriber
    justicecw@hotmail.com

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  121. I follow you on twitter - username is justicecw
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  122. Following Rubbermaid on twitter = username is justicecw
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  123. The most unusual food storage container I used wasn't really unusual in itself, but unusual what I put in it. I put cake in between 2 paper plates and of course it was smooshed when I got home. Still tasted good though! Thanks, justicecw@hotmail.com

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  124. Definitely the lock-its...we drop everything around here!

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  125. I blogged this: http://thriftyfrugalmom.blogspot.com/2009/08/giveaway-roundup.html

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  126. the produce saver for lettuce!

    dreamzz12{at}aol{dot}com

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  127. twitter follower (dreamer08)

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  128. I follow rubbermaid on twitter (dreamer08)

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  129. I could use the produce savers so that I don't have to keep plastic bags all over the frig and maybe I can get the fruit eaten before it spoils

    lkish77123 at gmail dot com

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  130. email subscriber

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  131. count me in! I love the idea of the produce savers :)

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  132. The first paragraph made me laugh because it's so like me! The mish-mash of lids, none of which fit any of the containers! You know, I think I used all my good tupperware to send food home with people, now I'm left doing the bowl thing like you! Because of this, I find all of their containers appealing! But my very favorite is the produce saver, anything that could help extend the life of produce is OK with me, because I hate wasting food but sometimes we just can't get through it fats enough. Thank you for the giveaway!

    ~Beeb
    supercoupongirl AT gmail.com

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  133. Rubbermaid has a Twitter? That's awesome! I am following them @hardertobreathe.

    ~Beeb
    supercoupongirl AT gmail.com

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  134. Most unusual food storage container...oh boy. I've used grocery store bags (paper and plastic), bowls, plates, cups, pots, pans - like I said, my friends have all my good tupperware now! LOL!

    ~Beeb
    supercoupongirl AT gmail.com

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  135. I follow you on Twitter @hardertobreathe!

    ~Beeb
    supercoupongirl AT gmail.com

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  136. I subscribe via supercoupongirl AT gmail.com, which is also where I may be reached if I am so lucky as to win! Thanks!

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  137. I love the Lock It Lids .... and the fact that the lids fit on the bottom of the container, for finding the lid easier in my MESS of a cabinet!

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  138. I'm following Rubbermaid on Twitter diannakennedy

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  139. Most unusual food storage? My Medela plastic breastmilk storage containers, no doubt! They come in handy for taking a small amount of yogurt to work!

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  140. I entered the See Kai Run contest at 5 Little Monkeys ....

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  141. The easy finds would be great because I am always looking for lids!

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  142. My most unusual food storage is probably the never used paint cans I buy and fill with cookies at christmas.

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  143. I am entering other contests! Maybe I will win one! :)

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  144. I would love to try out the Premier because of the stain resistance. Seems like all of my current ones have been stained by spaghetti sauce... thanks for the chance to win!

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  145. I entered the Sharpie giveaway at My Household Junk.

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  146. I entered the See Kai Run giveaway at 5 Little Monkeys!

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  147. I entered the Shorts Movie Giveaway at My Four Monkeys!

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  148. Most unusual item I have used is a camera bag as a fruit basket!

    Following on twitter as well (desimunda420)

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  149. i like the produce saver. My family will eat fruit only if it is washed and cut. This is a nice way to store it for snacks
    deefna at gmail dot com

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  150. I would love to try the Produce Savers because we're constantly throwing away produce that has gone bad around here.

    xpsundell at gmail dot com

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  151. Hmmm, I guess the most unusual food container I used was a sort of bag/box that I made out of plastic wrap. Hey, when you're in a bind, you'll use whatever you can!

    xpsundell at gmail dot com

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  152. I entered a Back to School Bash giveaway at Kiddie's Corner Deals.

    xpsundell at gmail dot com

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  153. I entered a Back to School Bash giveaway at Mission Mommy.

    xpsundell at gmail dot com

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  154. I entered a Back to School Bash giveaway at Pour Some Sugar On Me.

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  155. I entered a Back to School Bash giveaway at This Side of Eternity.

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  156. I entered a Back to School Bash giveaway at 5 Little Monkeys.

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  157. I entered a Back to School Bash giveaway at One Bored Mommy.

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  158. I like the produce saver- I buy a lot of fruit and hate it when it goes bad before the kids got to eat it.

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  159. entered kiddieKorners giveaway for the lunch box

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  160. I would love the lock its as everything is always falling from the full fridge and they would keep the containers closed!

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  161. I would love to use the Premier containers. The thought of no red sauce stains! yipee!

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  162. Following Rubbermaid on Twitter.

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  163. The most unusual food-storage container I have used is an empty bread bad, to keep left over BBQ!

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  164. Blogged!
    http://mamasbalancingitall.blogspot.com/2009/08/give-aways.html

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  165. I really like the thought of the Lock-its type. I can't tell you how nice it would be to wipe out my hubby's lunch box instead of having to wash it and let it air dry to stop it from smelling of what ever he had taken for lunch that day.
    Thanks for posting such a great give away!

    Laurie
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  166. I like the V 7K39 Easy Find Lids - 18 Piece Set

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  167. follow Rubbermaid on Twitter vlbsweeps

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  168. Rubbermaid Facebook fan Vickie Bartlett

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  169. follow you on Twitter vlbsweeps

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  170. blog http://vickieb52.blogspot.com/2009/08/win-rubbermaid-all-in-one-food-storage.html

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  171. I like the Rubbermaid Premiere containers because they are stain and odor resistant, shatterproof plastic containers stay clean and clear for life.
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  172. I am a fan of Rubbermaid on Facebook
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  173. I am a subscriber to your blog.
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  174. blogged ya
    http://notimemom.wordpress.com/2009/08/05/contests-8509/

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  175. I would love to try the produce saver becuase my produce never seems to last in other containers.

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  176. The RubberMaid Premier look great to me!

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  177. Most unusual food storage: I've used shoe boxes before. Is that unusual?

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  178. I follow on twitter: speech_hero

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  179. I subscribe in google reader

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  180. I entered giveaways at:
    Mission Mommy

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  181. I entered giveaways at:
    5 Little Monkeys

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  182. I entered giveaways at:
    The Divine Miss Mommy

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