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Hefty offers hardy everyday plates, bowls

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Hefty is serving up a new way to eat, reheat and store dinner and leftovers. Hefty Serve ‘n Store Everyday plates and bowls are heavyweight, durable and disposable. They are made of microwaveable plastic and feature interlocking rims that snap together to secure food and maintain freshness. The products are available nationwide in 9-inch and 10-inch plates and 24-ounce bowls. They have a suggested retail price of $2.69 per pack.

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