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Thursday, July 30, 2009

Rubbermaid 20 piece All In One Set Review and Giveaway *CLOSED*



I have been very pleased with this set of plastic food storage containers.
There are several really nice features that an organizer would have to love.
I think the one that I like the best is the fact that you can snap the lid onto the bottom of the container when you aren't using it. No more lost lids right!?

If you do that with all your lids you can still stack them like this:

The other option for stacking is just nesting them...which they do very nicely and you can still store lids underneath.

This is the Stay Fresh container that keeps fruits and vegetables fresh longer by circulating the air and keeping them off the bottom of the container. The inside piece also snaps to the bottom for no loss storage.


There are 4 different kinds of containers with lids in this package. There is also this version with the snap on lid and there are the clear plastic pieces that have the black flexible lids. These all have great seals on them so you know your food is going to stay as fresh as possible while in these.

So you get a variety of the different kinds all in one set of 20. Gotta love it!

To Buy: You can go to their site Rubbermaid.com and check out all the different items you can purchase.


To Win: Rubbermaid has so graciously offered to give one of my readers this same set as they gave me!!

1) Go to Rubbermaid.com and check out their site. Tell me a fact that you discovered on the different varieties of food storage containers. Then come back here and comment on it. Please be sure to leave me your e-mail address on AT LEAST ONE OF YOUR ENTRIES, even if it is on your profile.

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4) Blog about this contest! Come back here and add the link to your blog.

5) Follow me on twitter. Come back here and add your twitter name.

6) Follow my blogs (add yourself to right sidebar to follow). For each one of my blogs you follow (organizing and review site) you can earn an extra chance. Tell me about each one you followed when you come back here to comment.

7) Add any of my 3 buttons (Organize with Sandy, Review, Pouchee) to your sidebar and earn an entry for each one you add. Come back here with the link to your site where you added them.


This contest is open to US mailing address only.
Only one person from mailing address eligible to win.
(will send out an e-mail to the winner and you will have 48 hours to respond back to me or I will pick another winner.)


This contest will run until 8:00 pm EST on Wednesday August 5th. THIS CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED





331 comments:

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Helen said...

I am very interested in the sizes and weights of the containers that indicate what they should be used for, such as heavier weight containers for freezing, etc.

1agordon said...

i like that they have containers specifically for freezer storage

Kimberly said...

I really like that they now have the lock its system. I always dread picking up a container, especially with heavy contents, because you can never be 100% sure the lid is tight. These also look great for travel and picnics.
kirbycolby@gmail.com

anne said...

i liked that they had a section highlighting that buying and using durable plastics will reduce landfill waste. very important to me. i'd love to use less aluminum foil, plastic wrap, and wax paper and switch wholly to durable goods i could use for years. anne@wicked-neat.com

anne said...

oh, and i retweeted this great givaway! anne@wicked-neat.com

Kara said...

I like the No Slide Silverware Caddy the best!!!!

stOOpidgErL said...

I really like how the Rubbermaid products have a tight seal to keep foods fresher longer.

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cstironkat said...

The Produce Saver keeps fruits and vegetables fresh and crisp up to 33% longer*

Cheryl said...

I didn't know they had such a variety of products that covered so many food storage needs. Love the Easy Find Lids ...my plastic ware is all over the place and some is easily broken..I like the durability,the variety and ease of use Rubbermaid offers.

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Lostinthemission said...

i learned they have a bread keeper, and it keeps bread fresh longer

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ky2here said...

The Patio Bench is Durable: leak-resistant, dent-resistant, weather-resistant
Maintenance Free: no rot, no rust, no problems
Offers seating combined with storage - perfect for any deck or patio.

Sue E said...

I found out that the Rubbermaid Premier containers are stain resistant. I've thrown away several containers because I couldn't remove the stains from them. Thanks for the chance to win!
sueellison@hcecwildblue.com

Anonymous said...

I love the sizes and the way they stack so well with each other and the lids! Love the veg containers.

frogz60@hotmail.com

Jane said...

I haven't had any new rubbermaid containers for a long time and I sure could use them. Thanks for the sweep.
ujsmith9@yahoo.com

blabla3269 said...

love the locks cause i AM A KLUTZ

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sweetbunnabunny(at)yahoo(dot)com said...

The produce saver containers keep fruits and vegetables fresh and crisp up to 33% longer!

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Anonymous said...

They make some containers that are stain resistant.

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Rebecca Graham said...

I like the linerlocks on the trash can. They keep the liners from falling into the can.

Donna SC said...

I like that the bowls and lids stack together. They are easy to keep up with.

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andersonann48 said...

I love the Double Seal Canisters and I read the people who are using them said they are great at keeping ants out and at keeping food fresh! Thanks,A.Anderson

VickieB said...

I like that with the easy find lids containers that not only the lids snap together making it easy to store and find, but that more than one size container can use one size lid.

VickieB said...

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pamcallahan said...

I like that they make the Produce Saver bowls to help fruits and veggies last longer!

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melody said...

i love the produce saver. i hate to waste produce.

cdziuba said...

Under "Tips and Solutions" I learned about the lids:

It Stacks Up
As far as a variety of stacking, keep in mind that ALL lids snap to themselves, and each of the four types of containers can attach to the top of Easy Find Lids containers. With such convenience and versatility, you can customize your storage any way you like—economizing your cupboard space, while never losing your lids!

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clc408 said...

I learned that Lock-Its are safe for freezer and microwave.

Anonymous said...

I liked that they say you can help reduce landfill waste. We throw away alot of the to-go containers.

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mickeyfan said...

I was so disgusted the 1st time I visited their site by the amount of produce that is wasted in America....so I went out and bought a produce keeper. Love the way the lids stay with the bowls. No more lid avalanche out of my cupboard!

denyse said...

On the chips and dips take along tray I learned that: Dip center holds 16 oz
Great for entertaining
Tray with Lid
Preferred styling.
Lids ideal for transport. Lids nests for storage

I love how the site lists all the ratings and has customer feedback.

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deedleweedle said...

I like the idea of their new lock system. I big spill would be a disaster.

carol said...

I love the way they make the new rubbermaid...It is great that you could stack them...thanks for the greata giveaway

Sharon Harmon said...

Kewl! Lock-Its lids snap to the bases and to other lids too, making it convenient and great, easy storage!! Thank you for the contest!
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5webs said...

I learned that they have different types of containers to pertain to what your specific needs are. Easy-to-find lids, easy to clean and store, cold storage and/or keeping produce fresh and crisp, etc.
Alicia Webster
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Verging on 40 said...

Tupperware seals keep foods fresher up to 33% longer!

Jim Deitzel (@Rubbermaid) said...

Do I get to win?? :)

janeh said...

The Produce Saver keeps food fresh 33% longer than traditional storage methods.

mindy said...

i like the way that the lids store so compact and neat minsthins at optonline dot net

Anonymous said...

Sure would come in handy here

marthajane said...

The lock it lids stack on the bottom of the container or on themselves.
I also love that the premier containers don't stain -- I love to take chili and spagetti leftovers in my lunch!

debbie78 said...

I love that I would actually have real bowls instead of butter, and icing, ice cream containers. Please enter me, thank you

MOMFOREVERANDEVER said...

The produce saver containers keep fruits and vegetables fresh and crisp up to 33% longer

MOMFOREVERANDEVER said...

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Deci Worland said...

If you want to freeze the berries at the peak of their freshness, to use later in the season, try laying them out individually on wax paper-lined cookie sheets and popping them in the freezer overnight.
This would be great during our local strawberry season.

Deci Worland said...

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theflyingacc said...

I am the most unorganized person on earth>>but I am working on it! I love the lock tight lids, but I never knew, until today, that they made a produce saver container, I will hunt one down this weekend!!! I have been seeing those advertised on TV but I did not trust them>> I trust Rubbermaid..
thank you for having a contest that could change my life>. hope I win (well, just like everyone else)

Sunnyvale said...

I like the produce keepers, a big improvement over my current method

spaceghost357 said...

I like the fact that the Produce Saver keeps fruits & veggies fresh & crisp up to 33% longer. Also the fresh vent allows the produce to breathe.
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semtaylor said...

I like the Rubbermade has been around for a long time and knows what they are doing (aver 70 years). semtaylor(at)yahoo(dot)com

Anonymous said...

Mary T. zttmm1314 {at} yahoo {dot}{com} writes: Each Rubbermaid Configurations Closet System expands to fit any space with no cutting required. I would never had known this, and the fact that Rubbermade does closet storage systems, had I not gone to their site as asked. It's always nice to learn one new thing every day!

Deborah Wellenstein said...

I had a Rubbermaid Produce Keeper years ago-I need a new one to keep my produce fresh 33% longer! Thanks!

jzagarjr said...

The Produce Savers keep fruits and vegetables fresh and crisp up to 33% longer. Sounds like a great product.

jzagarjr said...

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monky said...

The Produce Saver keeps fruits and vegetables fresh and crisp up to 33% longe

This set is great!

:) Thank you for the wonderful giveaway! :)

monky said...

I tweeted :)

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Crys said...

Salads will be easier to take to work without worrying about them getting soggy with that Crisp Tray™ system that separates produce from moisture

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ohstac said...

I learned Produce Saver containers are great because they’re designed to keep produce fresh up to 33 percent longer than traditional containers

Tes283 said...

Produce savers have small holes on the side to let out the extra humidity, but keep enough in to prevent dryness.

Laura C said...

I learned the bulk storage container
would be perfect for my flour.
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mmentor said...

sign me up

Purplepixiepop said...

I like that the site has customer reviews and ratings. Any time I go to buy a product that's the first thing I look for. Love the locking lids! :)

Purplepixiepop said...

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Carol EL said...

The lock it lids stack on the bottom of the container or on themselves. jelly15301@gmail.com

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Anonymous said...

I like that they have freezer, produce and veggies storage.

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Erica C. said...

I didn't know that the produce savers can actually keep fruits fresher for so much longer!

Carla said...

I never knew that they made containers with locks. What a great idea! Several times I've picked up a container and the lid wasn't on tight and made a big mess. colorfulcarla@ gmail.com

Molydeus said...

I learned that Rubbermade containers are stain resistant.

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Julieh said...

I learned that Rubbermaid storage products are stain resistant.

Anonymous said...

I learned that the offering of containers is far more extensive than I had ever thought and extends to any area of the house, not just the kitchen!

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Randominities said...

It stacks up is something our cupboard is in desparate need of. What I learned going to the site is that it's not the old Rubbermaid. They have really branched out and have a huge variety of lines. Thanks so much for the info!

Laura said...

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scottsgal said...

I love that the Rubbermaid premier containers are stain resistant

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Jessica said...

I would love to have this - since I am moving out with my boyfriend on our own - we are starting from scratch. && I need organization in my kitchen! ha-ha [this stuff is awesome my mom uses it]

Thank you

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George said...

I like that the sizes and weights of the containers indicate what they should be used for. Heavier containers should be used for freezing.

Pam L. said...

I learned that the collapsibles are only 1" tall to help with storage space. What a great invention!!Thanks!!
pamisue001 at yahoo dot com

msrodeobrat said...

i learned that there produce saver containers keep fruits and vegetables fresh and crisp up to 33% longer!

autie said...

The Produce Saver keeps fruits and vegetables fresh and crisp up to 33% longe

elkaye said...

The Lock-Its are freezer and microwave safe.

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elkaye said...

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kathy55439 said...

Like that it keeps fruits and veggies fresher 33 % longer....

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Deborah said...

I learned that the Double Airtight Seal Canisters have graduation marks so you know how much is in each container. asthenight at gmail dot com

Victoria said...

I love that they make containers that don't stain. That's my biggest pet peeve with the disposable type plastic containers. If I put tomato soup or leftover pasta in one, I basically have to throw it away because the stain never comes out. I'd love to try this instead of throwing away money. Thanks! utgal2004[at]yahoo[dot]com

Victoria said...

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Robin said...

It's handy that the Lock-Its are safe for both the freezer or microwave

LindsayC said...

I love that they don't stain. There's nothing worse than stained food storage containers. They look really unappetizing and if I'm sending food home with someone its embarrassing to have stained containers.

LindsayC said...

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LindsayC said...

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jellosheriff said...

I didn't know that most of their products were recyclable. Click on my name to get my email.

googy said...

I did not know they had bathroom counter sets, stuff specifically for the bathroom.

ktanjatk said...

I love the Lock-its Canisters, it's great that lids snap to bases, that one lid fits multiple bases and that they are microwave, freezer and dishwasher safe!

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Meg said...

I learned that the produce saver has Fresh Vent™ that allows produce to breathe. Very cool!

SeahorseLady said...

I subscribed.

SeahorseLady said...

I follow.

Anonymous said...

I learned that the Fresh Vent™ on the produce savers allows produce to breathe. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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DONM703 said...

The Produce Saver keeps fruits and vegetables fresh and crisp up to 33% longer

luvmymate said...

I learned that the Fresh Vent™ on the produce savers allows produce to breathe. Thanks for the great giveaway!

Beejax said...

The Produce saver keeps fruits and veggies fresh for 33% longer and is dishwasher, microwave and freezer safe which is really important to me.

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Beejax said...

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Egare1 said...

I learned that they make a collapsible container which compresses down to 1" tall! That'd make storage a LOT easier for people like me who struggle for cupboard space!

Egare1 said...

I'm a blog follower! (egare1)

Thanks for the great giveaway :)

tracylynn1973 said...

I love the easy find lids...How cool! I always lose the lid, or put it in the sink, and then it's all soapy when I want to put it back on...I love that I can attatch it to the bottom!
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debiwelbon said...

I love the fact that the lids now lock and the freezer set is always great to have on hand

mkboldin said...

I really like the Lock It lids. I am forever unable to find the matching lids to any of my storage containers and get frustrated when it comes to putting leftovers away. I also like the Produce Saver product line. I like to have ready cut up fruits and veggies to grab as a snack but storing in bags in the fridge doesn't keep them fresh for long

Emily said...

I learned about the Rubbermaid Produce Saver, which uses vents and a tray at the bottom of the container to help keep fruits and vegetables fresher. It's really neat!

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Anonymous said...

The produce savers keep fruits and vegetables fresh longer. A great saving! Thanks for this offer.
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terri142 said...

Interesting to learn that Tupperware seals keep foods fresher up to 33% longer.

dddiva said...

The collapsibles fold to 1" with lids and are dw, freezer and micro safe.

Danielle said...

I tend to throw away a lot of Veggies. The fresh system would be a Godsend.

Danielle
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Danielle said...

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gstix said...

The collapsible containers are great. They collapse down to 1" with the lid attached. I have very limited storage space so having these containers flatten down is awesome. Plus having the lid attached means I'm not going to be losing the lids!

gstix said...

I twittered the giveaway
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Lower Mitten Kitten said...

I like that the Produce Saver keeps fruits and vegetables fresh and crisp up to 33% longer than other methods.

barbara said...

I learned that the Produce Saver Keeps fruits and vegetables fresh and crisp longer because
Fresh Vent™ allows produce to breathe

barbara said...

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barbara said...

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Dierdra said...

The Produce Saver keeps fruits and vegetables fresh and crisp up to 33% longer

Dierdra said...

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jlafount said...

Produce ones use a venting system to keep it fresher longer

McD said...

Premier food storage easy seal flex and seal lids lock in freshness and are easy to seal and remove, easy clean durable shatterproof plastic resists stains and odors for lifetime of clarity.

I really like these ones the best. I use my containers all the time so investing in these ones would be a good option.

McD said...

I retweeted http://twitter.com/DannyRMcD/status/3119434013

JanMc said...

The Lock its type of containers have 4 locking tabs for extra secure lid seal, built in rubberized seal, 10 sizes.

JanMc said...

I twittered your giveaway
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Anonymous said...

I like that the produce saver type keeps food fresh for 33% longer. There's nothing worse than putting produce in a container and having it rot in a few days. This is such a great idea for a food storage container!

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Mishia said...

I really love the lock system, I cant tell you how many times we've ended up with bowls with no lids or vice versa.

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Mishia said...

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erma said...

I love that they now have the lock its system.
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Ericka said...

I love that the Innovative technology is keeping produce crisper

Ericka said...

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scat413 said...

I have a new home that is need of some organization. I hve lids that don't fit anything & bowls with no lids. Rubbermaid help me

Amanda said...

I learned that they stack neatly to save room.

Amanda said...

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Gabriel J. said...

Tupperware seals keep foods fresher up to 33% longer.

tabbah said...

I went to their web site and I love the containers that lift the food off the bottom of the container to keep them even more fresher. I didn't realize it could keep my fruits fresher and last longer than ordinary containers. thanks for the nice giveaway.

Molly K said...

I learned that they have a new side locking position. I am was always nervous that my lunch would spill open on the way to work. Not know. I know it would still be secure.

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kmbennet said...

All lids snap to themselves. Oh those pesky lids. Where do they go at my house?

Meet the Browns said...

I learned that the Produce Saver containers keep fruits and vegetables crisp up to 33% longer!

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Anonymous said...

their produce saver keeps food fresher for 33% longer. neat.

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kngmckellar said...

The take along storage bowl

* Holds full bag of chips and stacks for easy transport.
* perfect for serving


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jdaniel4smom said...

They have produce and freezer containers.

Lisa Woods said...

I like the lock it system. I never can find those pesky lids in my cabinet.
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Sher said...

I learned that all Rubbermaid coolers offer a stain and odor resistant liners!!

mogrill said...

I learned that they are stain resistant. Thanks for the chance.
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Leslie S. said...

I like the new Lock-its containers.I have lock-n-locks but would try the rubbermaid ones to see if they compare.Thanks!

fluggy said...

I learned Lock-Its lids snap to the bases and to other lids too, making it convenient and great, easy storage

paryjeja said...

I love how their Premier set resists stains...we are big pasta fans in my house and there are always leftover, now there is a way to have no more orange stained containers.
paryjeja at sbcglobal dot net

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