Tupperware recently debuted four limited-time products with artwork inspired by the Grand Canyon and Arches, Yosemite, Sequoia and Kings Canyon, Shenandoah, Rocky Mountains, Blue Ridge Parkway and Olympic.
In this expanded partnership, Tupperware and the National Park Foundation hope to protect all of the parks throughout the United States and provide visitors with tangible options for reducing their waste.
“At Tupperware, the health of our planet is important to us,” said Willevaldo Rodriguez, Vice President of Marketing, Tupperware Brands. “This reusable product line was dreamed up with our national parks in mind, and serves as one of the many efforts we’re embarking on to help nurture a better future. We believe design and innovation lives in harmony with environmental stewardship, and these new products are a demonstration of this commitment.”
Tupperware Brands Charitable Foundation is a premier partner of the National Park Foundation, pledging $1 million to support the Foundation’s Resilience & Sustainability Program. To date, Tupperware has already supported the installation of new water refill stations, a project that diverts an estimated 10 million single-use plastic bottles from landfills annually, composting and recycling infrastructure, and waste reduction education across the National Park System.
“From your morning coffee to staying hydrated and energized throughout your visit, these new park-themed products inspire people to make more sustainable choices that help preserve our national parks,” said Stefanie Mathew, senior vice president of corporate partnerships at the National Park Foundation. “The National Park Foundation is grateful for Tupperware’s continued support and shared commitment to environmentally-friendly solutions.”