New Reynolds™ Heat & Eat Disposable Containers November 2, 2015

New Reynolds™ Heat & Eat Disposable Containers


Safe alternative to plastic containers in the microwave!

Lake Forest, Ill., November 2, 2015 – Reynolds Consumer Products is pleased to announce a new product, Reynolds™ disposable heat & eat containers. They provide a safe alternative to plastic containers and are ideal for re-heating leftovers in the microwave. The containers are made from a unique blend of bamboo and sugarcane stalks. New Reynolds™ disposable heat & eat containers are heat and leak resistant.

Reynolds™ heat & eat disposable containers come in two convenient sizes made to fit your favorite foods, whether it’s last night’s leftover casserole or a side of vegetables. Each container also comes with a BPA-free, recyclable plastic lid that snaps shut to help prevent leaks making them perfect for taking lunch to work.

Reynolds™ heat & eat disposable containers can easily go from refrigerator to microwave… just remove the plastic lid before heating to prevent warping and maintain the tight lid fit. Made of natural bagasse and bamboo fibers, the containers can be recycled if clean and dry. Both the containers and lids are BPA and phthalate-free.

The new Reynolds® disposable containers are available nationally at Target stores and select grocery stores at a suggested retail price of $3.99 for both the 24oz (9 count) and 32oz (7 count).

About Reynolds Consumer Products

Reynolds Consumer Products provides quality household essentials and world-class brands. Our namesake Reynolds® products include the iconic Reynolds Wrap® aluminum foil; Reynolds® brand aluminum bakeware; parchment paper; oven bags; slow cooker liners; and baking cups. Hefty® is best known for strong, dependable waste bags, but is also a leader in slider storage and freezer bags, foam plates, and plastic cups. Our products are available in the U.S. at mass merchants, grocers, and other retail stores and in approximately 100 countries throughout the world. For more information, visit

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