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Tupperware CEO Rick Goings said the problem -- and the solution -- begins at the top.
Whether you use Tupperware or its numerous brethren, these sturdy, lightweight containers are ideal for storing food in the fridge and for takeaway lunches; but they can also be a headache to store and clean.
I have an embarrassing confession. Last week I was invited to a Tupperware Party. That's not the embarrassing part. The embarrassing part is that I went. It was an invitation I didn't dare refuse.
The stackable stockable durable containers of everyone's youth are the stuff of legend. Born of the brilliant ideas of a Mr. Tupper, everyone knows the ever-so-convenient kitchen staple that was recyclable even before recycling was in.
Watch Goings' interview above, or find more updates from Davos below: Goings talked specifically about the Third Metric, Arianna
Tupperware CEO Rick Goings joins HuffPost Live at Davos.
Though on the one hand we are using our property at the farm in a modern way, as in with the hydroelectric system, on the other hand, we are looking back at how the land was used in the past.
She began selling Tupperware as a housewife in the 1950s, and her operation expanded until she eventually climbed the ladder