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[Dollarama] Rubbermaid Freshworks Produce Saver 1.5L container

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Nov 22, 2014
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Halifax, NS

[Dollarama] Rubbermaid Freshworks Produce Saver 1.5L container

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$4.00
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Dollarama
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Dollarama had Rubbermaid Freshworks, Medium size, 1.5 litre produce saver containers for $4.00 each. They go for about $12 and up at regular stores. They really work - you can extend the life of your produce by several days. I use mine for strawberries mainly, and in the short time that I've had it, it has paid for itself. On Amazon it goes for $16.99, and I've seen it at Walmart for about $12. This is what it looks like: [removed]
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Sep 26, 2018
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I bought these from Costco, they are amazing and work really well. I use the big one for salad greens and the small one for strawberries like OP. Stuff stays fresh and crisp for like double the time as normal.
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Which location did you find this?
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OP is in Halifax. Anyone seen these in GTA stores?
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pongster wrote:
Oct 20th, 2018 10:41 pm
OP is in Halifax. Anyone seen these in GTA stores?
Yes, I've bought them from a Dollarama in Toronto, I haven't seen them everywhere though. The ones in Peanut Plaza and Centrepoint mall was where I've seen them.

The 1.5 litre one seems to be the only one they have and like the OP said, they are great for strawberries.
[OP]
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Nov 22, 2014
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I found it at the Park Lane Dollarama on Spring Garden Road in Halifax, NS.
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ChefBT wrote:
Oct 21st, 2018 10:48 am
I found it at the Park Lane Dollarama on Spring Garden Road in Halifax, NS.
SWEET! I frequent either there or Scotia Square. I find the one on Young St to be ABSOLUTE garbage...
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There was a skid of the 3 set (blueberry, strawberry and salad) on “clearance” at Maxi for 14ish, which gives the same value ($4) for the strawberry one.
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silverele wrote:
Oct 21st, 2018 12:02 am
Yes, I've bought them from a Dollarama in Toronto, I haven't seen them everywhere though. The ones in Peanut Plaza and Centrepoint mall was where I've seen them.

The 1.5 litre one seems to be the only one they have and like the OP said, they are great for strawberries.

Anyone seen them in Scarborough Dollaramas??
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silverele wrote:
Oct 21st, 2018 12:02 am
Yes, I've bought them from a Dollarama in Toronto, I haven't seen them everywhere though. The ones in Peanut Plaza and Centrepoint mall was where I've seen them.

The 1.5 litre one seems to be the only one they have and like the OP said, they are great for strawberries.
I checked the Centerpoint Mall location but they must have sold out. Do you recall roughly where they were located?

Guess I'll have to check Peanut Plaza the next time I'm in the area.
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Britex wrote:
Oct 21st, 2018 4:24 pm
I checked the Centerpoint Mall location but they must have sold out. Do you recall roughly where they were located?

Guess I'll have to check Peanut Plaza the next time I'm in the area.
They put then where the other tupperware were, the Rubbermaid ones with the red lids.
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Nothing at the Peanut. Staff knew nothing of them.

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