A simple plastic food container.
Lightweight plastic food containers became a symbol of the suburban housewife in the 1950s thanks to its ability to keep virtually any food item fresh for long enough to be eaten the next day as leftovers. Combined with a refrigerator, plastic food containers were the "go-to" item for the parent going to work, the child going to school, and the teenager looking to swipe someone else's lunch. Simply spoon the food in, put the lid over top, and press down at the edges. Lunch's all set!
Sold in various department stores and often found in refrigerators and lunch bags.
- Plastic x 2