Tupperware's only U.S. pop-up opens at the Florida Mall through the holidays

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For those looking to keep their holiday treats freshly stored and sealed — without going to a house party to get the goods — Tupperware has opened its only U.S. pop-up kiosk at the Florida Mall in Orlando.



Last year, the Orlando-based company Tupperware opened a similar kiosk in New York City, but they're keeping it closer to home this year.

Tupperware is testing out this pop-up concept out as a possible way forward in changing up its retail model (are Tupperware parties in peril??) and juicing up sales, according to the Orlando Business Journal.



The kiosk — featuring 25 Tupperware items for sale — will be open through Dec. 31 near the dining pavilion area of the Florida Mall.

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