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Uses for Sara Lee Lunch Meat Containers

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Reusable plastic containers are often found with cold cuts and ready made foods at the grocery store. Save them and use them for leftovers or storage later.
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June 28, 2017

I love these Sara Lee lunch meat containers. I use them for craft and office supplies. Hanging them up saves me space where space is already limited.

So today I thought I would share another idea for them.

The cool little "hook" on the top, clips on the front edge of my wire fridge shelves. I have two kinds of cheese and some chopped up cauliflower in them. Of course you can leave your lunch meat in them too.

I found that too often, things get stacked on each other and you lose sight of them till the food goes bad. This can't happen with this idea.

When I get food next time, I will keep adding to the front of two shelves so I see it first and use it first. N-JOY!!

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July 12, 20170 found this helpful
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That is a good point! But yes, I use them for office supplies and crafts on my walls. Thanks for the new idea!

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June 30, 20170 found this helpful

Excellent idea. Will try it.

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July 1, 20170 found this helpful

Looks like a great idea but most fridge have all glass shelves even my old one did. It would work in other places like a wire rack pantry to put odds and ends in.

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August 26, 20170 found this helpful

I live in Canada and have never seen these lunch meat containers, but it is always good when you can recycle

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