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Know More about Plastics
Knowing the Codes
The Symbol numbers below are part of the Resin Identification Code (RIC), a voluntary effort
created by the industry in 1988 and adopted by Tupperware.
The initiative seeks to encourage recycling and promote environmental friendliness. Numbers 1
through 7 represent the material used to make the product and serve to help recyclers identify
the resin content of plastic products for proper sorting.
TYPE OF PLASTIC
Not used in
Not used in
Not used in
Other materials not
classified in the 6
categories or that use
a combination of
different categories, eg
Nylon, ABS (Acrylonitrile
Butadiene Styrene), PC
flaps and mats.
sheets and film
**These codes are used to help simplify the recycling process. They do not indicate the quality of product regarding food safety.
Seal the Taste.
* Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Resin_identification_code
In 1947, Earl Silas Tupper patented the Tupper Seal, an airtight and liquidtight seal which
revolutionized food storage. Food could now be stored and kept fresh longer in Tupperware
containers. For decades, Tupperware has continued to use precision technology in developing a
variety of seals for its containers, winning the hearts of millions of customers around the world.
The Uniqueness of Tupperware Seals
Tupperware follows the USFDA standard and the EU standard (EC/10/2011) which
define chemicals to be used, conditions and limits for testing of materials to be used in
contact with food.
Tupperware products are made of materials approved for food contact by governing
bodies like the Indian authorities, European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) and the
United States Food and Drug Administration (USFDA). Additionally, Tupperware
regularly tests its products against applicable protocols with qualified laboratories.
Tupperware complies with Indian, EU & USFDA standards.
Raw materials used in Tupperware products also conform to the applicable
Indian Compliance requirements for food safety IS 10146, IS 10142, IS 10910 and
Specific to the applicable Indian Standard for Materials in Contact with Food,
Tupperware is compliant with IS 10146, IS 10142, IS 10910 and IS 12247.
Tupperware complies with and meets all specifications and limitations set
In addition, our products that are intended to be in contact with food, as long as they
are used with the intended food types and under the intended usage conditions,
Framework Regulation (EC) No.1935/2004 of October 27, 2004 on materials and
articles intended to come into contact with foodstuffs.
Commission Regulation (EC) No. 2023/2006(EC) of 22 December 2006 on good
manufacturing practice for materials and articles intended to come into contact
Commission Regulation (EU) No. 10/2011 and its amendments relating to plastic
materials and articles intended to come into contact with foodstuffs.
The colorant formulations use colorants that comply with the requirements of
The Council of Europe Resolution AP (89)-1 on the use of colorants in plastic
materials coming into contact with food.
The applicable requirements of the USFDA as stated in the Code of Federal
regulation, CFR Title 21.