*Water consumption is approximate. Source: Energy Star Dishwashers for Consumers https://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?fuseaction=find_a_product.showProductGroup&pgw_code=DW
The newest addition to Ziploc’s food storage products are versatile, reusable and eco-friendly VersaGlass Containers. Now, you can store, heat and serve – all in one container.
Get more out of it
When it comes to preparing meals for you and your family, Ziploc® VersaGlass™ Containers make life easy. The stylish, tempered glass containers are available in a variety of sizes and shapes. You can use them to store food in the fridge or freezer, heat food in the oven or microwave, and serve food on the dining room table.
When you use Ziploc® VersaGlass™ Containers to make, bake and serve and store your family’s favorite meals, you end up washing fewer dishes. And having fewer dishes to wash saves time, water and energy!
A sustainable choice
Ziploc® VersaGlass™ Containers also are designed to last so you can reuse them again and again. When it comes to looking out for the future, it’s important to reuse products whenever possible, rather than just throwing them into the trash. When containers are reused, less trash ends up in landfills and less manufacturing energy gets used up. As a part of a company-wide sustainability effort, Ziploc has made it a priority to divert 100 million pounds of waste from landfills by 2013.
That’s good news all around! Make the sustainable choice with Ziploc® VersaGlass™ Containers. Now that’s easy. Find out more about the new Ziploc® VersaGlass™ Containers and Ziploc’s commitment to sustainability at Ziploc.com.
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