Sold in more than 100 countries around the world, Tupperware is one of the most iconic U.S. brands. The plastic containers -- and their famous "burping" lids -- revolutionized the post-World War II kitchen, keeping leftover food fresher longer and providing housewives with a new potential source of income: Tupperware parties. Take the lid off your Tupperware smarts and test your knowledge on the kitchenware company's history.
Question 1 of 16
Earl Tupper filed his patent for the original Tupperware bowl in what year?
Question 2 of 16
As soon as Tupperware hit store shelves in the late 1940s, it became an instant best seller.
Question 3 of 16
Brownie Wise, who popularized Tupperware parties, was the first woman on the cover of what magazine?
Question 4 of 16
The key to selling Tupperware involved teaching women how to do what to the containers?
Question 5 of 16
What did Earl Tupper call the original line of Tupperware products?
Question 6 of 16
In the 1950s, where was Tupperware displayed as part of a kitchenware design exhibit?
Question 7 of 16
Earl Tupper sold his company in 1958 for how much?
Question 8 of 16
Customers could start ordering Tupperware from catalogues, instead of exclusively at Tupperware parties, starting when?
Question 9 of 16
Tupperware hosts an annual sales celebration, created by Brownie Wise, called what?
Question 10 of 16
Before Tupperware, women commonly covered their leftovers with what?
Question 11 of 16
Before he came up with "Tupperware" for his containers, Earl Tupper originally called polyethylene plastic what?
Question 12 of 16
Which of the following was NOT an original Tupperware container color?
Question 13 of 16
After being fired from Tupperware, Brownie Wise went on to sell what product?
Question 14 of 16
A complete set of vintage Tupperware can fetch how much on the antique market?
Question 15 of 16
Before Earl Tupper started his own plastics company, the enterprising entrepreneur owned what business?
Question 16 of 16