Tuffy Hamper Give Away {Closed}

Tuffy Hamper Give Away

I always have Tuffy Fill n Freeze pouches in my pantry. They are extremely useful, not only for the stocks that I make, but also for the left over sauces from curries and casseroles.

Vegetable Stock
Vegetable Stock

They come in packs of 8 and hold up to 1 litre each and they are made from durable plastic with a strong zip seal, which means they won’t spill or tear. To top it all, they come with a measurement on the side, are self-standing and won’t fall over. You can pour liquid from the built in spout with ease. That makes these nifty pouches the most innovative storage, freezer and cooking bag an all in one solution.

Tuffy Hamper Give Away
Tuffy Hamper

Because I use tuffy products at home, I am doing a giveaway on my blog. You could stand in line a chance to win one of 4 hampers to the value of R250 each. The hamper will include Fill n Freeze pouches, Zipper Bags, Refuse bags, recycling bags, clingwrap, foil, scented bin liners, pegs and more.

How to enter:


Conditions of entry:

  • you must live in South Africa to enter
  • The hampers will be sent to you via courier
  • you may enter as many times as you like
  • entries close at midnight on the 10th of March
  • winners will be notified on the 11th of March
  • winners will be chosen at random and my decision is final

Disclosure: I was not compensated in any way to host this give away.  This is in line with my blogging policy.

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34 thoughts on “Tuffy Hamper Give Away {Closed}

  1. With winter fast approaching, leftover soups and stews would happily fill them baggies 🙂 But before winter really sets in, they would also be perfect to make snofreeze ice cream in! *dashes off to Facebook page as she is not a twit*

  2. Love, love these products. Use them for left over portion of casseroles and soups made in my slow cooker. Portion out cooked spaghetti and pasta and all these fit easily into my freezer.
    With only two of us in our household it makes more sense to make full meals and portion freeze for use later.
    Now, what kind of pen do you use to write on? I can’t find one that sticks. xx

  3. I would store soups (all kinds). Perfect light ad healthy meal when you are to lazy to cook.

  4. Rice – always have left overs!! Sauces – make double and store. Any left overs. Lemon juice when you have fresh lemons. Lemon rind. Parsley freezes well.

  5. I have so many baby tomatoes and herbs growing in my garden at the moment. I will make tomato sauce and freeze it for the winter!

  6. Oh, Tandy! I hate it when the give aways are only for US residents or SA residents … But I understand the why. So, it’s ok.
    These seem wonderful, a product that I haven’t see over here. Thanks fr the info 🙂

  7. Just catching up on posts I’ve missed, hope I’m not too late to enter this? As well as soups and leftovers I would also use the Tuffy bags for beef and pork mince which I mince myself.

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