Snack & Dip Tubs
Tops don't fit
We got these to send dip for lunch, just like the description says they are good for. On the first day, one of my kids could not get the lid off because it was too tight. Two others has the top pop off in their lunch bag, making a mess. It's a low price but you get what you pay for. Trying to use them again today wi rubber band securing the tops on.
September 29, 2014
Nice for the price
These containers are great for dips (when dieting and eating raw veggies) or condiments like mustard, mayo and ketchup. I debated on getting these or the ones with screw-on-tops. Price was the deciding factor. If I were taking condiments in something other than a lunch bag (for instance a cooler) where things could get shoved around, I would probably go for the screw on tops. But, these will work fine for what I'm using them for. I also do crafts and intend on keeping embellishments in them. They are great because they are deep enough to hold plenty of items and clear, making the "search" process much simpler.
May 1, 2014
I use these when I pack salad for lunch (for the dressing) or for hummus or peanut butter, etc. Perfectly small size and never leaks.
April 20, 2014
Perfect Tiny Containers
I initially bought these containers as a way to transport salad dressing and almond butter for dipping. They were perfect. The seal ensures that nothing spills out and they are small enough to fit in other tupperwares but big enough to fit all the dressing I would need for a single serving. I started using them to hold things like diced scallion/garlic/shallots when I only needed a sprinkle and they even fit half a lime. Saves a ton of space in the fridge. I ended up buying 12 more so that my fiance can organize his supplements into morning meals and night meals for each day of the week.
April 9, 2014