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The company has expanded its product offerings over the years to fulfill cooks' needs in American and international homes, creating, for example, culture-conscious offerings such as a rounded bread bin to accommodate circular loaves common in Indian kitchens.
However, the Tupperware design aesthetic remained largely untouched until designer Morison Cousins gave it a facelift in 1990.
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BRAND NEW IN PACKAGING TUPPERWARE DISPENSER RRP NOW ONLY .50! The Lolly Dispenser lets you store up to three types of sweet treats.For all of its kitsch, vintage Tupperware, as it radically altered food preparation at home and gave housewives a way to bring in extra income to put dinner on the table, has also come to symbolize 1960s domesticity in the United States.Not to mention, plenty of older Tupperware remains in use, a testament to the plastic's durability.Art and design critics were dazzled by the slick plastic bowls and tumblers, and the Museum of Modern Art (Mo MA) displayed the Tupperware Wonderlier Bowl as part of a kitchenware exhibit even before the brand became a household name in the 1960s [source: Kealing].Though the company has struggled to retain cultural relevance, vintage Tupperware has never lost its appeal to the art world, as evidenced by its display in the Mo MA yet again in spring 2011 [source: Labarre]. Tupper is immortalized in the Plastics Hall of Fame, and his vintage Tupperware pieces from the 1950s and 1960s have become collectors' items.