We appreciate your interest in our website. We take the protection of your personal data seriously. Accordingly, we process your data in accordance with the legal regulations governing data protection. This website collects various data and information about you.
1. Controller and data protection officer
The data processing controller is
Tupperware Ireland & UK
Unit 11, Kinsealy Business Park
Kinsealy Lane, Malahide
If you have any questions or suggestions regarding data protection, you can also contact us by e-mail at the address
You can contact our data protection officer at
2. Processing purposes and legal bases
2.1. We process your data on the basis of your consent (GDPR Art. 6(1) point (a)) to the extent described in this respective consent, and for the processing purposes described therein; for example, use of your contact information by your district dealer, your party manager or in the context of using Tupperware favourites.
2.2. We process your personal data for the following processing purposes, on the basis of the performance of a contract or to carry out a pre-contractual action (GDPR Art. 6(1) point (b)):
- For the presentation of our website
- To implement orders or unsubscribe from newsletters
- For conducting competitions or sweepstakes
2.3. We process your personal data for the following processing purposes in order to safeguard our legitimate interests, in particular to protect our IT infrastructure, to guarantee satisfactory customer communication and to promote the sale of our products (GDPR Art. 6(1) point (f)):
- For conducting market research activities
- For processing other times you contact us (e.g. for questions, suggestions or other communications)
- To protect against fraud and abuse
- For the optimisation of our offer (in particular also the need-based design of our website)
- To send you information about products and promotions that may interest you
2.4. In exceptional cases, we may also use your data for the fulfilment of a legal obligation (Art. 6(1) point (c) to safeguard vital interests (Art. 6(1) point (d) or to perform a task in the public interest (Art. 6(1) point (e).
3. Further collection and use of your data
3.1. Web server logs
You can always visit our websites without telling us who you are. As is common with most websites, however, the server that hosts our websites (referred to hereinafter as the "web server") automatically collects information from you when you visit us on the Internet.
We evaluate these server logs anonymously for statistical purposes on a regular basis (called "click stream analyses") so we can see how our web pages are being used. We then optimise our website based on these findings. We may also use this information in the event of system abuse in collaboration with your Internet service provider and/or local authorities to identify the originator of this abuse.
3.2. Session cookies
We store what are called "cookies" in order to offer you a comprehensive range of functions and to make the use of our web pages more convenient for you. "Cookies" are small files that are stored on your computer using your Internet browser. If you do not want to use "cookies", you can prevent the storage of "cookies" on your computer through appropriate settings of your Internet browser. Please note that this may limit the functionality and features of our offer.
Technical cookies are used to enable the user to access the main features of the website and its variants, to secure their connection and to facilitate future browsing of the website and its variants, whose content can be adapted accordingly.
Advertising cookies are used to tailor the advertising content displayed on the website and its variations to the user's habits.
The user has the ability to share site content with other people via social media. When the user uses these “share” buttons, a third-party cookie is installed.
3.3. Data analysis through pseudonymised usage profiles
We use the Google Analytics web analytics service from Google LLC ("Google"). Google Analytics uses what are called "cookies", which are text files that are stored on your device and allow an analysis of the use of the website by you. The information generated by the cookie about your use of this website (including your abbreviated IP address) will be transmitted to and stored by Google on servers in the United States. Google will use this information to evaluate your use of the website, to compile statistical reports on website activity for us, and to provide other services related to the use of our website and internet usage.
You can disable Google services using a browser add-on if you do not want web page analytics. You can download this here: http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en
Alternatively, you can regulate the use of individual cookies via the privacy settings of your browser.
4. Consequences of the possible failure to provide data
We collect some data in order to provide you with the corresponding functions of our website or to respond to your inquiries.
If you provide this information yourself, you are not obligated to provide this voluntary information above. Without this data, however, we will not be able to make the corresponding functions of our website available to you or to process your inquiries.
5. Disclosure of data
5.1. Data transfer to processors
Currently, we send data to the following processors
- Google LLC, 1600 Amphitheater Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA.
5.2. Other delegation of data
In addition, we will pass on your personal data without your consent only in legally permissible cases. Such data delegation may be legally permissible, in particular in the following cases:
Processing is necessary for the fulfilment of a legal obligation or is in the legitimate interest of Tupperware, for example, due to corresponding requests for information from authorities;
Processing is required to protect your vital interests or those of someone else;
Processing is necessary for the performance of a task that is in the public interest or in the exercise of public authority delegated to Tupperware.
5.3. Data transfers to third countries
Tupperware uses analysis tools to transfer data to countries outside the European Economic Area ("third countries"), notably the United States. In order to ensure the protection of your privacy rights in this respect, Tupperware will never transfer your data to third countries if no data protection level equivalent to the GDPR is assured there.
For the US, the European Commission has decided by a decision of 12.7.2016 that under the regulations of the EU-US Privacy Shield an adequate level of data protection exists (called "adequacy decision" pursuant to GDPR Art. 45).
6. Erasure of your data
We do not store your personal data any longer than necessary to achieve the respective purposes (see clause 2) of the data processing.
- If you have concluded a contract with us or use our services, we process your data as long as it is necessary for the execution of the respective contract or the provision of the respective service, possibly plus the duration of any warranty or guarantee periods.
- When using some applications on our website, we may retain backup copies for a very limited period of time for specific input. As soon as the related interest no longer exists (e.g. by eliminating the error), we also erase this data immediately afterwards.
7. Your rights as a person concerned
7.1. Right to information
You are entitled at any time, upon request, to receive information from us regarding the personal data relating to you which we have processed within the scope of GDPR Art. 15.
7.2. Right to rectification
You have the right to request the immediate rectification of personal data concerning you if it is incorrect.
7.3. Right to erasure
You have the right request that we erase personal data concerning you, subject to the conditions described in GDPR Art. 17. These conditions are present, in particular, if the respective processing purpose has been achieved or otherwise ceases to apply, and if we should process your data unlawfully; if you have revoked your consent, unless the data processing can be continued on another legal basis; if you successfully object to the data processing (see clause 7.6); and in cases of a erasure obligation under EU law or the law of an EU Member State to which we are subject.
7.4. Right to restriction of processing
You may, in accordance with GDPR Art. 18, require us to process your personal data only to a limited extent. This right applies, in particular, if the accuracy of your personal data is disputed; if you request restricted processing instead of deletion under the conditions of a legitimate request for deletion (clause 7.3); and in the event that the data is no longer required for the purposes we are pursuing, but you require the data to assert, exercise or defend your legal rights, and if the success of an objection is still disputed.
7.5. Right to data portability
You are entitled, in accordance with GDPR Art. 20, to receive from us the personal data concerning you which you have provided to us, in a structured, common, machine-readable format, and to communicate this data to another controller.
7.6. Right to object
You have the right, for reasons of your own particular situation, to file an objection at any time to the processing of your personal data, which is done either in the public interest or in order to safeguard our legitimate interest. We will cease the processing of your personal data unless we can establish compelling legitimate grounds for processing that outweigh your interests, rights and freedoms, or the processing is for the purpose of enforcing, pursuing or defending legal claims.
If you object to the processing of your personal data for advertising purposes, we will cease this processing in any case.
7.7. Exercise of these rights
If you wish to exercise these rights, please contact us, for example, by e-mail at
7.8. Right of revocation
If you have given us consent for the processing of your personal data, you can revoke it at any time, for example by e-mail to or by clicking on the respective newsletter for the corresponding consent. From this time, we will cease to process your personal data, unless we perform the respective data processing on a different legal basis (e.g. in order to be able to continue to fulfil contracts with you).
7.9. Right of appeal
You also have the right to appeal to a supervisory authority, in particular in your Member State of residence, employment or the place of the alleged breach, if you believe that the processing of your personal data infringes the GDPR.
9. Intellectual property
In compliance with the rights granted to the creators of databases by the Intellectual Property Code, Tupperware explicitly prohibits any act of extraction, of reutilisation or of provision to the public of the content of any and all databases available on this website.
The content of this website and of the corresponding application is made available on the internet for individual visit in a private setting. Any and all other reproductions or representations, as a whole or in part, of the contents made available on the website, unless Tupperware grants an explicit and pre-emptive authorisation in written form to do so. Any and all adaptations, including but not limited to any and all translations or modifications of the contents of the website, are prohibited, unless Tupperware grants an explicit and pre-emptive authorisation to do so.
The TUPPERWARE brands are owned by DART INDUSTRIES, INC.
All distinctive signs, including but not limited to brands, logos, company names, trademarks, company signs, titles and domain names held by Tupperware or by its partners are protected as well and may not be used unless their holder grants an explicit and pre-emptive authorisation in written form to do so.
The photographs and colours of the products displayed on this website are non-binding.