Anchor Hocking TrueSeal 6-Piece Glass Storage Set : The TrueSeal lid technology of this stackable Anchor Hocking 6-piece glass storage set features compression lids for airtight freshness and spillproof storage. Provides audible and visual proof of the food-preserving vacuum: press clear center of lid and hear the release of air--lid stays recessed for a custom-fitting seal. Vacuum seal and thick-walled glass keep food fresh longer. Tempered glass bowls heat food in the microwave, store food or sauce in the refrigerator. Preserve staples in a pantry and see exactly what is stored inside. Pliable lids secure to bowls and remove easily. Durable glass storage bowls nest without lids or stack for compact storage. BPA-free lids. Glass bowls are oven-safe to 425 F in gas and electric ovens. Microwave-, freezer- and top-rack dishwasher-safe. Glass made in the USA. 1 7/8-cup (2) and 4 3/4-cup. Anchor Hocking tempered glass bowl set with TrueSeal lids earned a perfect score for airtightness by the Good Housekeeping Research Institute. Founded in 1905, Anchor Hocking is a leading American manufacturer of a comprehensive line of glass products, including beverageware, servingware, ovenware and storage containers. Product Features Anchor Hocking TrueSeal lid technology features center lid compression for airtight freshness and spillproof storage Thick-walled, American-made tempered glass heats food in microwave, stores food in the refrigerator and preserves pantry staples Audible and visual proof of the food-preserving vacuum: pressing center releases air--lid stays recessed Clear glass to quickly view contents Pliable lids secure to bowls and remove easily BPA-free TrueSeal lids earned a perfect score for airtightness by the Good Housekeeping Research Institute Anchor Hocking is a premier American manufacturer of glassware, servingware, ovenware and storage containers since 1905
PostedApril 26, 2013
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Got them last week. Just as an experiment, I cut up strawberries and put them in the large container. That was Saturday. Today is the following Friday -- the strawberries are in as good shape today as they were when I put them in. Can't wait to see how they do with our summer veggies.