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Food Storage Containers

e recently named the OXO Good Grips 8 Cup Smart Seal Rectangle Container our favorite glass storage container and the Rubbermaid Brilliance Food Storage Container, Large, 9.6 Cup, our favorite plastic storage container. They both come in smaller sizes and in container sets; we wondered if these would be handy for meal prep, lunches, leftovers, and storage and if they could perform just as well. We tested seven smaller sizes and four sets of the OXO container plus three smaller sizes and two sets of the Rubbermaid container. We opened and closed their latches 25 times

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