Tupperware is closing its New Zealand business after almost 50 years of selling its mainly plastic household products.
Sales will continue until October 30 when it will cease trading.
In a statement, the company said some more of its range would arrive in Aotearoa in early September, with consumers being encouraged to contact their consultant or shop online.
Tupperware said after it closed any warranty issues would be handled by Tupperware Australia.
From next Monday, customers will not be able to earn any TupperPoints/ loyalty points and existing ones must be used before the end of October.
Tupperware was founded in the United States in 1946 and before the advent of the internet it used a party plan structure with mainly women hosting gatherings to sell its products to those who attended.