Good GripsÂ® 6" Square POP Canisters
easy to see what I'm looking for
These canisters not only organize ingredients that usually slump over in bags but I can see everything in them, which makes it much easier to find what I'm looking for. I can also see when I'm running low on something and buy more before I'm out. I buy a lot of items in bulk, so this give me a great place to put all those bagged items away neatly.
February 22, 2014
Best container ever!
I bought these for sugar and flour. You want to purchase the 4 quart ones for 5 lb. bags of sugar or flour. Even better, pick up the clear plastic scoops at The Container Store to scoop the flour or sugar out. This helps with less mess in the kitchen. Just scoop the flour in to the measuring cup over the container for less mess.
April 27, 2012
My new favorite storage containers!
I decided to organize my pantry last week and I didn't have a clue how to begin. I went to the Southlake, TX Container Store and was amazed at the possibilities. I knew I didn't want class containers, but I did want clear ones. The person helping me suggested the Good Grips and I'm thrilled that I listened to her!
I have several different types and sizes. Not only do the keep everything air-tight, they are also easy to open and stackable. The helps in my small pantry. I bought some chalkboard labels so I know what is in the container. I love the way my pantry looks now and I can't wait to buy more! I just wish they made bigger sizes for bulk size items.
April 27, 2014
Most durable, effective, user-friendly containers
I have been looking for containers to keep our imported pastas and rice/grains fresh (square version is great for penne, rigatoni, orrecchini, rice, pastina, cuscus, etc. depending upon size; the taller versions great for spaghettini, linguini, etc.) , in one container (that holds more than a pound) the smallest of the tall square container, holds two pounds + easily, and can be opened with the quickness that having busy hands requires and sealed quickly to preserve the freshness of whatever is contained within. The POP containers of all types are now a staple in my kitchen cabinets and in my refrigerator. Walnuts, almonds, dried fruits, sugar, flour, all my baking condiments; even candy and sprinklers for decorating. It keeps my brown sugar forever without hardening ... I save so much because I no longer have to discard items because of spoilage. The containers outlast the typical plactic ware that I got at parties and are always pristine looking.
November 3, 2011