Tupperware, maybe for some, may only connote the plastic Tupperware lunch boxes we used to see being brought by moms or ladies on small girl sessions or what some call Tupperware parties. Actually, the durable storage boxes which are trademarks of Tupperware is only a small member of the whole network of Tupperware Brands.
Tupperware Brands is composed of at least 32 strong family brands which cater to each member of the family, from the youngest to the oldest.
was introduced in the Philippines in 1966 and has since become a
household name, changing the lives of millions of Filipinos through its
world-class products and the limitless income opportunities it offers.
In 2007, Tupperware Philippines merged with Sara Lee Direct Selling
Philippines to become what was known as Fullerlife Direct Selling
Philippines. Today, we are proudly known as Tupperware Brands
Philippines to reflect our strong heritage while conveying that we are a
multi-brand, multi-category direct sales company.” — Tupperware Brands website
from these family brands are directly sold in various Tupperware Brands
giving income opportunities to its direct sellers who are mostly women.
Many of these women are hardworking moms like us and many had achieved
success in their entrepreneurship.