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    I'm looking at getting some bpa free food storage containers. I don't want plasitc lids either... so I'm looking at Glasslock Snapware. Has anyone tried this brand and have any feedback?

    I'm open to other options too if anyone has any suggestions. Thanks!

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    I have one glass bowl with a snap top but it is a plastic top. Other than that I use a lot of pyrex glass with fitted plastic lids (I dont microwave anything and the lids arent touching my food so I see this as a non issue. Can also just use mason jars. I think they make some BPA-free lids too
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    • #3
      If you're just looking for storage in the fridge, then Anchor has glass containers with glass lids. Haven't tried the ones you mention.

      Whatever you decide don't forget that just because a plastic does not have bpa, that the manufacturers had to add other chemicals to make the plastic hard (or soft in other cases) - have those chemicals been tested? Me? I avoid plastic like the plague.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by brookesam View Post
        I'm looking at getting some bpa free food storage containers. I don't want plasitc lids either... so I'm looking at Glasslock Snapware. Has anyone tried this brand and have any feedback?

        I'm open to other options too if anyone has any suggestions. Thanks!
        Aren't the lids on the product also plastic?

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        • #5
          I think they make some BPA-free lids too

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Bosnic View Post
            Aren't the lids on the product also plastic?
            I'm pretty sure they are silicone.

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            • #7
              Thanks for the replies!

              I'm going to check out the anchor ones with glass lids. As for the mason jars, that's a good idea too. I already keep my jars from coconut butter and usually carry those for water... People like to ask me if it's moonshine

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