Anchor Hocking TrueSeal Glass Food Storage Containers with Mineral Blue Airtight Lids, 6-Piece Round Set
- Set contains: (1) 2 cup, (1) 4 cup, (1) 7 cup round food storage containers with Mineral Blue TrueSeal lids
- Our TrueSeal BPA-free lids feature a 100% airtight seal designed to prevent spills and leaks and pure glass container does not stain or absorb odors
- Tempered tough glass is microwave, oven, freezer, and dishwasher safe - lids are top rack safe
- Our TrueSeal food storage containers are ideal meal prep containers: prep, bake, store, and reheat all in one container
- Anchor glass is made in the USA and is backed by a 5 year
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Glass is pre-heated oven safe up to 425 degrees F. Our tempered tough glass is also microwave, freezer, and dishwasher safe, and is up to 100% stronger than regular glass. True seal a glass food storage containers help protect the flavor of food and will not stain or absorb odor - they are also stackable and nestable for easy storage. True seal a lids are designed to prevent spills and leaks, and lock air out while sealing freshness in. Anchor Hocking glass is made in USA.
Anchor Hocking began in 1905, two things have come out of the same plant: reliability and innovation.
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Anchor Hocking TrueSeal Glass
Set Contains: (1) 2 Cups, (1) 4 Cups, (1) 7 Cups Round Glass Food Storage Containers with Mineral Blue TrueSeal Lids Anchor Hocking designed the TrueSeal Glass Food Storage products to prevent spills and leaks by utilizing the BPA-free, textured lid, which seamlessly forms to the glass container. The airtight seal ensures that transporting and keeping food fresh has never been safer or easier. The lids are tougher than ever, easy to date with dry-erase markers, and top-rack dishwasher safe.
- Designed to prevent spills and leaks
- Tempered Tough Glass is Oven, Microwave, Freezer, & Dishwasher Safe
- Glass Made in the USA
USE AND CARE
Anchor Hocking Glass is dishwasher safe for easy cleaning, and the lids are top rack dishwasher safe too. The glass won't absorb stains or odors, so you will be able to use your food storage items for a long time. Use your Anchor Hocking Glass in gas and electric ovens up to 425 degrees Fahrenheit without browning element, although you should avoid sudden temperature changes. Our glass can be used to store food in the refrigerator or freezer and can be re-heated in the microwave.
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Something I had not anticipated about this set: The plastic lids are the flexible, malleable kind! Hooray! I read so many negative reviews of other products complaining that the brittle plastic tabs on the lids had broken off. That won't happen with these. And Anchor Hocking has been making glass forever, so the company knows what it's doing. Unless USPS or FedEx is playing soccer in your kitchen, these bowls should last a lifetime.
One tip to keep in mind if, as one reviewer fumed, the lid takes on the odor of what is stored in it (wondrous if it's fresh bread, not so good if it's onions). That's not Anchor Hocking's fault. It's just the nature of plastics. And you can eliminate the odor. Do this:
Run cold water over the lid before washing. If the lid smells, catch it then, because hot water sets smells in plastic much the same way it sets stains in laundry. Put the lid in a bowl slightly larger than it and cover with tepid water and a couple tablespoons baking soda. Let it sit awhile. Or use lemon or vinegar instead of baking soda. If you've already screwed up and the odor is lingering, do what I did when a renter left my refrigerator with a horrible stench: Wad up some newspaper to almost fill the receptacle (in this case, your Anchor Hocking glass bowl) and add ordinary charcoal (two pieces should be enough). Charcoal absorbs odors. Seal the lid tightly and see how it smells in a day or two.
Again, do NOT wash in hot water until you know the odor is gone.
These bowls are pricier per item than many of the ones I see on Amazon. But I'd urge you buy the best you can afford. These will last longer. And there are environmental consequences for our throwaway society. We're feeling them right now.