These collapsible meal prep containers will save you serious cabinet space
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These collapsible meal prep containers will save you serious cabinet space

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If you’re like most people, your food storage container cabinet is a major mess, with loose lids stashed between leaning piles of plastic food storage containers. That’s where these smartly designed silicone meal prep containers come in. They’re completely collapsible so they’ll save you serious cabinet space.

How They Work

These Vremi silicone food storage containers come in four sizes—350 milliliters, 500 milliliters, 800 milliliters, and 1,200 milliliters. The largest container is 3 inches tall but all containers with lids on collapse to a slim 1.2 inches so you can slide them into a small cabinet space when they’re not in use. They’re also easy to bring home from work since you can create extra space in your bag after you eat lunch.

Durable Material

These collapsible food storage containers are made from BPA free food grade silicone that is completely non-toxic, odorless, tasteless, and non-stick. The airtight plastic covers mean you can take you meals to go anywhere, and the different sizes are perfect for sauces, snacks, and small to large portions of leftovers. They’re also microwave, freezer, and dishwasher safe.

Why Customers Love Them

Over 500 Amazon customers gave these Vremi silicone food storage containers an average rating of 4.3 out of 5 stars. They loved how much space they were able to save in their kitchen cabinets. They also liked the airtight snapping lids which felt secure when transported to school or work.

Vremi Silicone Food Storage Containers with BPA Free Airtight Plastic Lids available from Amazon


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