There was a high demand and mad rush for Tupperware® products during the Ghana lockdown period, as consumers were seeking products that would keep their food fresher for longer and Tupperware® products do just that.
Tupperware® was founded in the USA more than 70 years ago and the products are available in more than 130 countries worldwide. Tupperware® was launched in South Africa 55 years ago and it arrived in Accra, Ghana, just over 2 years ago, when this international company decided to expand into this oil producing and economically stable West African nation.
The authorized Tupperware® Distributors in Ghana are Mr & Mrs Ebenezer and Stephanie Sagoe and their stocking Distributorship BARANTUS SALES, is situated at House No 20, Community 15, Sakumono, (Off Spintex Rd) in Accra. Contact +233 502 911 604 or +233 503 325 440.
The Tupperware® kitchenware and household products are mainly imported from the Africa manufacturing plant based in Johannesburg, South Africa and are renowned for their superior quality and stylish design.
The products are in demand, not only for their durability, versatility and health safety, but more importantly because of the earning opportunity that the company offers to its Associates and Demonstrators.
Becoming a Demonstrator/Consultant requires no joining fee and one can start earning money from day one. Free training is provided and the compensation plan is very attractive and uncomplicated.
The products are gaining a fast and firm hold on the Ghanaian market because: They are versatile – you can use them for: preserving food by keeping food fresher for longer, for preparing and cooking food, for baking, for serving, for freezing, for storage, you name it, they can be used everywhere in the home, for work, whilst entertaining, while traveling and outdoors. The full Ghanaian catalogue is available on www.Tupperware.co.za.
They are re-usable – this means that the products are environmentally friendly, as they last a lifetime and they are able to reduce food wastage, pollution and energy.
They are durable – the products last a lifetime and are covered by a lifetime guarantee in the rare case of a manufacturing defect.
They are safe – the Tupperware® products are manufactured under very strict quality conditions, using only food grade virgin raw materials, designed to come into contact with food, ie: they do not contain any pre-used recycled raw materials, which may contain dust, metal and chemical particles not visible to the naked eye.
“Our products use mainly LD Polypropylene, Polyethylene and Polycarbonate and these raw materials are 100% recyclable. The very popular and desirable Eco Bottles are BPA Free. The Polymer used by Tupperware® is in compliance with the standards set by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration), the EFSA (European Food Safety Agency) and the FSANZ (Food Standards Australia New Zealand).”
Dishwasher safe – Tupperware® products are dishwasher safe, with very few exceptions.
For dishwashing one needs to make sure that the product bases and seals are washed together and placed preferably on the upper shelf, to avoid damage from the heating elements.
Microwave safety – The microwave product range which is specifically designed for cooking or reheating food in the microwave, features a microwave international sign at the base: a window with waves inside.
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