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Plastic containers always promise to be space savers, but within a few months they are piled haphazardly into cabinets, drawers and put wherever there’s space.
Stephen Greenberg is one of those people tired of the clutter. In hopes of clutter-free organization to food storage bowls, he created Stackerware as a space saving solution. Visit Stackerware.com for more information.
“Many of us have seen our share of disastrous plastic food storage container cabinets or falling stacks of containers. It’s a major pain in the butt and something that needed to be solved,” Mr. Greenberg said.
Unlike traditional plastic dishes, these food storage containers lids and bowls have hooks. The hooks slide onto a hanger. The hooks also connect the lid to the bowl. The hangers can be in a drawer, on a shelf or anywhere that’s really out of the way, provides room for stackable items and easy to get to. The hangers are mountable on a wall with 3M adhesive strips which do not damage the walls.
“They provide excellent storage and food preservation and an end to the avalanche of containers most homes now experience when reaching for something to preserve the daily leftovers,” he said. “This compact system design is revolutionary and far superior to the Tupperware system.”
Made from BPA-free polypropylene, Stackerware is dishwasher, microwave and freezer safe.
Mr. Greenberg is planning a Kickstarter.com crowd funding campaign to fund his new product. Before the campaign starts, he’s giving people a pre-launch chance to get early bird discounts on the Stackerware products at Stackerware.com .
“If your kitchen is cluttered with plastic food storage bowls and lids, Stackerware is something you will greatly appreciate,” Mr. Greenberg said. “Stackerware will take the new housewares product market by storm. The people who signed up for the early announcements will be well ahead of the huge demand for Stackerware.”
For more information please visit http://stackerware.com