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    Tips and tricks to get the most out of summer and back to school

    We’ve collected the best tips and tricks to give you inspiration for the summer and to keep you organized for the upcoming back to school season. Whatever chaos you might encounter this season, we’ve got you covered.

  • ShelfLife 101
    Shelf Life 101

    With this informative guide, you can learn how long your food will keep in the fridge or freezer. It's a great way to get more out of the foods you love.

  • Ziploc® Brand Bags with the Smart Zip® Seal
    Ziploc® brand bags with the Smart Zip® Seal

    Saving food saves you money. You can hear and feel the bag close from edge-to-edge, so you know your food is protected.

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    Ziploc® brand VersaGlass™ Containers

    Now you can store, heat and serve—all in one container. These new, tempered-glass Ziploc® brand containers help you save time, money and effort.

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Shelf Life 101
Wondering how long your food will keep in your freezer or fridge? Shelf life 101 has the answers. Use this resource to help you plan better, save more and waste less.
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This Week's Tips

"For the Holidays, I make my mashed potatoes in advance and put them in a Ziploc Bag. I fill them up just enough so they lie flat when filled up with the potates. Do not over-fill or they will not heat evenly. Then we we are ready to dinner, I place them on a microwave-safe dish and heat them up in the micro. This saves a lot of time, and they are just as good, if not better."

Christina B., Grosse Pointe Woods, MI

"Ziploc Bags make candymaking a breeze. I just fill a Ziploc Bag with chocolate pieces, toss in the microwave, heat and kneed as needed, and snip a small piece from a corner and squeeze into candymolds, then chill for a neat, no-mess treat."

Chris S., Painted Post, NY