Sunday, January 17, 2010

January Newsletter

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January 2010

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Decade of the Party!
More Amoré!
It Pays to Party in January!
Great Month for Host Rewards!
More Tupperware!
Know anyone who needs more time for this?
Recipe:Summer Rolls

Dear Tupperware Lover,

You’re invited. . .

. . . to be part of the excitement as we launch the Tupperware Decade of the Party in 2010! It’s a celebration of the friendships made and the fun had at Tupperware parties for 60 years. Be a guest, host a party, or embrace the Tupperware Opportunity—it’s your chance to join the party!

I'm looking forward to seeing you!

Warm regards,

Host Special
Decade of the Party!
Offers available January 1 - December 31, 2010,bdvvhjFv

Gifts and Top Party Recognition, too! We'll recognize the Top Parties by publishing the Consultant and Host names on the customer on our Sales Force website each week.

Customer Special
More Amoré!
Offers available January 9 - February 12, 2010,bdvvhjFv
Save 40% on all Modular Mates® Containers
January and February are a great time to get organized and this sensational offer on the perfect organizing product. During the mid-January flyer period, all items in this classic storage line are available at 40% savings.


Host Bonus
It Pays to Party in January!
Offer available January 16 - January 29, 2010,417134,bdvvhjFv,3731336,bgskc70
Filling your home with a collection of Tupperware® products is easier than ever when you host a party during January 16-29, 2010. Get ready to shop!

Qualify for a giant Tupperware shopping spree!

See more details here>

Great Month for Host Rewards!
Offers Available January 9 - February 12, 2010,bdvvhjFvGet ready to share solutions for organizing, saving money, living healthier and generating less waste with your guests. The start of a new year is a terrific time for More Amoré - when we fall in love all over again with all our spectacular organizational solutions!


More Tupperware!
Offers Available December 12, 2009-March 12, 2010,bdvvhjFvThe next issue of the Tupperware full line catalog will be coming out with more new products and bringing back some of your favorite retired products. We have collected and prerelease some of these products on our new Product Catalog Insert. Check it out and call me today or follow our shopping links so you can be the first to have this New Tupperware in your home.


Know anyone who needs more time for this?
Tupperware could be your answer!  ,bdvvhjFvPart Time or Full time… This time You're the Boss!
· Set your own hours!
· Write your own paycheck!
· Earn Monthly Bonuses!
· Earn a Car Allowance!
· Earn Free Vacations!
· Earn Free Cars!
· Opportunities for Advancements!
· Recognition for Success!
The only thing holding you back… is You!


Recipe:Summer Rolls,bdvvhjFv
Forget the winter cold with the healthy and delicious taste of our Summer Rolls.

E3 Tip:

Mint: there are over 500 different types of mint (an herb once believed to spur one's appetite for meals). Enjoy its mild scent and fragrant flavor in both sweet and savory dishes and be sure to look for leaves that are bright green with no bruising (black).


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Monday, January 4, 2010

FridgeSmart Venting Instructions

What if you bought your FridgeSmart Containers before the guide to their use was embedded into the side of the container, and you've misplaced the little guide that came with them?

Here are some solutions:

1. Purchase 1 new container that has the information on it so you have a guide in your fridge
2. Ask your consultant for the FridgeSmart Cling that sticks to your fridge
3. Make a note of the following guide

Fresh Just Got Smarter!

Refrigerate fruits and vegetables immediately in Tupperware FridgeSmart containers.

Dry Garlic, Mature Onions, Potatoes, Tomatoes, Winter Squash and unripe fruit are not recommended for refrigerator storage.

Fruits and vegetables are divided into 3 groups - High Breathers (leave both vents open), Medium Breathers (leave one vent open, one closed), and Low Breathers (keep both vents closed)

High (or Heavy!) Breathers include:
  • Artichokes
  • Broccoli
  • Brussels Sprouts
  • Endive
  • Peas (including Snow Peas)
  • Spinach
  • Sweet Corn (dehusked)

Medium Breathers include:
  • Beans (including Snap Beans and String Beans)
  • Cabbage
  • Cauliflower
  • Fresh Herbs
  • Fresh Shallots
  • Green Onions
  • Greens (Collard, Kale and Swiss Chard)
  • Leeks
  • Lettuce, all types
  • Ripe Apples
  • Citrus (including Grapefruit, Orange, Mandarin, Lemon, Tangerine and Lime)
  • Ripe Pears
  • Peppers (including Bell, Sweet, Hot and others)
Low Breathers include:
  • Asparagus
  • Beet Root
  • Button Mushrooms
  • Carrots
  • Celery
  • Cucumbers
  • Okra
  • Radishes
  • Rutabaga
  • Summer Squash
  • Turnips
  • Zucchini
  • Ripe Berries
  • All other ripe fruit not included in medium category
  • All fresh cut fruit
Although Tupperware works with the University of Florida and they have a lot figured out, here are some tips that you might find helpful:
  1. Try venting your mushrooms - I find they keep even longer
  2. Store cucumber at room temperature - you will find they do not go slimey. After a couple of weeks they may lose their colour, but they will not rot even once they are cut. (I picked up this tip from a customer who has a produce store)
  3. Vent your cheeses keeping 1 or both vents open
  4. Experiment with 1, 2 or no vents open - find out for yourself what works in your fridge
Here is a link to a pdf printable version you can keep by your fridge: