Must-Haves: Corelle, Snapware, & Kitchen Cabinets

CORELLE Provence Garden Dinnerware Set

This holiday season set the perfect, healthy and classy country-style dining at home with the fresh design of CORELLE Provence Garden dinnerware set. CORELLE Provence Garden’s design is inspired by the scenic beauty and rich cuisine of Provence in Eastern France. With its refreshingly serene imagery of flora and fauna blossoms in spring fields, it gives every meal a charming allure and brightens up every family occasion.

Provence Garden also features Vitrelle, the signatureglass material of Corelle dinnerware in a three-layered sandwich construction, making it lightweight yet resistant to breaking, chipping and cracking. Its non-porous surface also resists bacteria, stains and odours, making it a healthy and safe dinnerware to serve your family and loved ones’ favorite dishes.

It is also perfect for modern ladies and young households longing for everyday modern convenience with its thin, stackable and oven, microwave and dishwasher-safe design.

Snapware Eco- Grip Glass Bottles

Have you considered switching from your usual plastic water bottles to glass bottles?

Snapware Eco Flip and Eco Grip are designed with your health in mind. The bottles were developed in California, U.S.A. with hygienic materials that ensure healthy hydration.



These healthy bottles are made with non-porous glass, preventing any residue build-up inside the bottle. Common water bottles especially those not made of glass have been proven to retain residue, which causes discoloration, odor and molds. When residue is trapped within the pores of your drinking container, it would inevitably promote bacterial growth. With Snapware glass bottles, residue is not likely to penetrate the bottle, inhibiting bacterial growth. You can have peace of mind knowing that where you drink from is clean.


The bottles are made with non-reactive glass, preventing chemical reactions that may occur between the bottle and the beverage. Water bottles made with reactive materials such as plastic have been found to release chemicals, such as diethylhexyl adipate and bisphenol A (BPA), into food and beverage products. These toxins are proven to have adverse effects in our bodies. According to research, diethylhexyl adipate has the potential to cause damage to liver and testes, and may cause cancer. Bisphenol A has been found to cause heart and liver disease, brain and hormone development problems, and even cancer. With Snapware glass bottles, you can now be certain that such chemicals do not get into your drinks.


The bottles are able to hold a wide range of temperature with no chemical leeching. Some chemicals are released in greater amounts when the contents are hot. This is why the health recommendation is to not store hot beverages in plastic containers. Providing a wider temperature range for your bottle would mean a wider choice for your beverages. With Snapware glass bottles, you can now start bringing hot teas and coffee with no health concerns.


The bottles are able to withstand heating without releasing chemicals from the bottle. It has been warned time and again not to leave plastic water bottles in the car. Water contained in plastic bottles left in a hot car is no longer potable because chemicals from the bottle have already transferred to the water itself. With Snapware glass bottles, you no longer have to bring your bottle around all the time. You can leave Snapware glass bottle in the car with no health worries.


The non-thread bottle opening prevents bacteria build-up. Screw-top mouth opening bottles retain saliva and residue from the beverage on its threads, making drinking from them unhygienic and unhealthy. Bottles that use straws also provide a breeding ground for molds and bacteria, as the straws are also a challenge to clean thoroughly. With the style of mouth opening of Snapware water bottles, saliva and other residue is easily cleaned off, preventing growth of molds and bacteria.


Snapware glass bottles are a product of USA that adheres to US FDA standards. You can be assured that Snapware has passed food-grade quality assurance.

Silicon sleeve of Eco Flip and neoprene sleeve of Eco Grip provide an additional protection from physical breakage and offers safe, easy and convenient grip of the bottle.

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8 Responses

  1. I love the simplistic garden design of the dinnerware set! My husband and I have been trying to gradually replace our older plastic dishes and bottles with glass alternatives, being that the older plastics are more than likely NOT BPA-free. Thanks or sharing about the bottles; I think we would love them!

  2. I LOVE my Corelle. I have some that I’ve been using for… oh, my. Some of it is 15 years old. I only broke a bowl last month. That’s the first time I broke any of it, ever. Pretty impressive considering some of it has been moved from one corner of the continent to the other.

  3. I’ve started cycling out the plastic and switching to glass containers when I see them on sale. They last so much longer and you don’t have to worry about the top / bottom drawer in the dish washer issue or acid eating the plastic from pasta sauce.

  4. waah Corelle is my dream plate! and now that the kids are bigger, kaya na nila siguro mag corelle 🙂 and we’re waiting for our first corelle plates (antay pa sa balikbayan box haha)

  5. I love Corelle products. Unfortunately, I have yet to buy one, soon, perhaps! Santa, are you listening?

  6. Why are the best new Corelle patterns only available in the Asian marketplace? I have searched all over for Provence Garden and Chrysanthemum (celadon), but all of the retail outlets seem to be in Asia. I hope these come to the American market soon.

  7. Why are all the Corelle patterns I want only available in the Asian market? I have searched all over for Provence Garden, Chrysanthemum (celadon) and others, but they seem to only be available in Asia. I hope these patterns become availble to the US market soon.

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