Abhishek Mahajan is a businessman specializing in wholesale kitchen products for 8 years. He is always on the move to follow the new trend and ever-changing demands of the consumers in his work line. You can reach out to him on Instagram.
|Volume||2050ml 1050ml 300m (Set of 3)|
|Airtight/LeakProof||Airtight and Leakproof|
|Microwave Safe||Use Without Lids in Microwave|
|Volume||1 oval container (500ml), 3 oval container (1.1 Litres), 3 oval container (1.7 Litres), 1 oval container (2.3 Litres)|
|Volume||Set Of 3 Pcs - (400ml, 620 ml, 1000 ml)|
|Airtight/LeakProof||Airtight and Leakproof|
|Microwave Safe||Use without Lids in Microwave|
|Volume||4 Container (600ml), 3 Container (1.2 Litres), 2 Container (1.8 Litres) and 1Container (2.4 Litres)|
|Container Type||Stainless Steel|
|Volume||2 Containers 3500ml, 2 containers 4250ml|
|Volume||250ml (Set of 6 each)|
|Microwave Safe||Use without Lid in Microwave|
|Volume||6x 300 ml , 6 x 650 ml and 6 x 1,200 ml|
|Volume||500ml each (Set of 6 )|
|Volume||250ml each (Set of 6)|
Round Storage Container Set
Organise Your Kitchen Set
Borosilicate Rectangular Glass Food Storage Container With Air Vent Lid
Max Fresh BPA Free Modustore Plastic Container Set
Stainless Steel Jumbo Steel Containers
Square Shape Containers
Checkers Plastic PET Canister Set
Glass Mason Jars
Mimosa Storage Glass Jars
Easy to Clean and Airtight Glass Containers for Leftovers
Space Saving and Microwave-Safe Multi-Use Plastic Containers
Great Set of 3 to Store Ready to Serve Food
Microwave Safe Plastic Containers in Different Sizes
Sturdy and Durable Stainless Steel Canisters for Bulk, Dry Storage
Big Size Plastic Container for Bulk Storage
Small Glass Jars to Store Spices, Jams, Pickles, and Chutneys
Stackable Set of 18 Plastic Containers
Good Choice to Store Dry Foods and Pickles
Trendy Jars to Store Condiments
|Price Starts at||₹1,749.00||₹1,350.00||₹1,188.00||₹1,299.00||₹1,285.00||₹1,759.00||₹264.00||₹499.00||₹699.00||₹299.00|
|Container Type||Glass||Plastic||Glass||Plastic||Stainless Steel||Glass||Glass||Plastic||Glass||Glass|
|Volume||2050ml 1050ml 300m (Set of 3)||1 oval container (500ml), 3 oval container (1.1 Litres), 3 oval container (1.7 Litres), 1 oval container (2.3 Litres)||Set Of 3 Pcs - (400ml, 620 ml, 1000 ml)||4 Container (600ml), 3 Container (1.2 Litres), 2 Container (1.8 Litres) and 1Container (2.4 Litres)||2 Containers 3500ml, 2 containers 4250ml||24l||250ml (Set of 6 each)||6x 300 ml , 6 x 650 ml and 6 x 1,200 ml||500ml each (Set of 6 )||250ml each (Set of 6)|
|Airtight/LeakProof||Airtight and Leakproof||Airtight||Airtight and Leakproof||Airtight||-||Airtight||-||Airtight||Airtight||Airtight|
|Microwave Safe||Use Without Lids in Microwave||No||Use without Lids in Microwave||No||No||No||Use without Lid in Microwave||No||No||No|
There are several factors you need to think about when choosing a food container, such as the type of food you’d like to store, the material of the container, the durability of the container, and so on. In the following sections, we will explain how you should go about making these choices.
This buying guide has been evaluated by our expert, Abhishek Mahajan, who's a household kitchen goods wholesaler, so keep on reading to get some quick facts and suggestions from him.
It is important to check they’re safe to use, though, by making sure they are BPA-free (Bisphenol A-free), and they’re made with grade 2, grade 4, and grade 5 plastic. BPA is a chemical used to treat plastics to avoid plastic cases affecting the food you store in them; this tag check is a must.
Polypropylene containers are a good choice for plastic containers as they are considered one of the safest plastic to use. It is still recommended to assure a BPA-free tag for the container you select.
Plastic containers have evolved so much from those flora containers to different shapes, designs, and colors. But it's better to avoid plastic containers for storing products like pickles or chutney, etc., as plastic can damage such things.
It's always recommended to check the material's grading mentioned at the bottom of every plastic product you buy for the kitchen, and BPA-free products are the way to go about it.
One of the major advantages of glass containers is they have extended life and are odor and stain-resistant. They are ideal for storing wet food like gravy items and dry foods as well. If you're looking to store and serve food on the table, glass containers are the ideal choice.
However, glass containers need to be handled with care, and therefore, are not recommended for homes with little kids. The lids of these containers can be made of plastic and glass, although in either case, you must check if the lid fits as the container would be of no use otherwise.
The best material to store products like pickles, chutney, etc., is glass as it doesn't react with such foods. Prefer buying containers that come with turn/rotating option and lock lids. As sometimes we hold our containers from the head, and if you have a lock, it won't fall from your hand, plus making your container airtight and leakproof.
Steel containers are not see-through, so you would always have to open the container and check what has been stored. Furthermore, they cannot be used in microwaves, and they get scratches easily if they’re not cleaned with care.
We might remember stainless steel (SS) containers as boring and old-fashioned, but a lot of brands are offering different shapes and even designs nowadays. Try buying SS containers in 304 grade as they won't rust or crack. It's also better to avoid storing salt or salty products in stainless steel as salt damages stainless steel.
The material also needs to be considered depending on the size. A 1000ml steel or plastic container is much better than a 1000ml glass container as glass containers are heavier and difficult to store in high places. On the other hand, plastic and steel ones wouldn’t have this issue and are therefore recommended for dry storage.
We all buy our daily need items in kgs or grams, but our containers come in ml (milliliters), so for storing products like raw dal, rajma, or sugar, it’s advisable to buy a bigger container than your actual product. Also, use small containers for dry masalas as they don’t take much space.
As for the material, glass containers are much better for this type of storage, as they do not stain easily and are also see-through. They’re also better than steel and plastic containers as they are microwave safe as well, so you can easily warm the leftovers.
Prefer buying glass containers for the fridge as it's easy to reheat the food. But we should always take proper care with glass products. If suppose you take out the container from the fridge, it's recommended to wait for at least 10 mins before putting them in the microwave or preheat them at the lowest heating. If you don’t do so, you'll end up having a crack in your glass container because of the difference in temperature.
Many containers come in a set of 3 or 6 or even 12 and higher. This container set is a much better deal to store different items monetary-wise and volume-wise; the containers can be easily stacked due to their identical design and a lot space-friendly.
The set is available in different shapes and different material types - Glass, stainless steel, and plastic as well. For people looking to store various items and are space-constrained, these are a much ideal option.
A lot of companies offer stackable containers that have lids specially designed for stacking one over the other. It saves a lot of space and looks cool too. Plastic and steel remain the best buy-in stackable containers.
Certain materials like glass and plastic containers are safe to use for microwave heating. The product specification specifically mentions microwave safe. Ensure the product is safe to use for preheating if you're a regular user of the microwave.
Stainless steel is not a good choice for heating in the microwave; the steel will block the heat and damage your microwave. Any metal item is not suitable for the microwave oven.
Today, there are microwaveable materials that can even take a temperature of 500 degrees Celsius and can be stored at -50 degrees Celsius too. If you’re buying containers for reheating, prefer going for the glass product as it's safer than plastic.
If you're looking to store items that require moisture to be kept out strictly, or you're looking to serve food at the table after an hour or two. Air-tight and leak-proof containers shall ensure the food you made doesn't go stale easily and doesn't spill either while handling wet food items like rajma, paneer, and more or when storing dry items like condiments on the shelf.
Many products come with air-tight lids and a special coating on the lid edge to seal the container absolutely. Some glass and plastic containers confer to both or either one of them. Complete stainless steel containers are not airtight. Check the product specification for the mention of the air-tight and leak-proof property.
Buying airtight containers for our snacks and daily groceries is a must as it helps maintain our product's life much longer than if they were kept in normal containers. Buying turn and lock lids or the lids with a silicone ring in them will make sure that they are surely airtight and leak-proof.
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