Keep Produce Fresh With The FreshWorks Produce Saver
I have partnered with Rubbermaid to participate in a FreshWorks™ Produce Saver #LongLiveProduce challenge.
Summer is here and there is nothing better than enjoying fresh fruit on a hot summer day. We try to eat healthy and with that we often purchase a lot of fresh fruit and vegetables. If you are like us, you understand the frustration of spending money on produce just to have it go bad before you get to eat it. That’s why I was so excited to hear about the Rubbermiad FreshWorks™ Produce Saver.
A product that keeps your produce fresh for up to 80% longer sounds too good to be true, Right?
Wrong! I have had the chance to use the produce saver for 3 weeks and I am so impressed with the results, and you will be too!
FreshWorks is different form other containers in that it uses revolutionary FreshVent™ technology to regulate the flow of oxygen and carbon dioxide, the CrispTray™ elevates the food away from moisture and aids in proper airflow to help prevent spoilage.
2 weeks after starting the challenge the strawberries on the left are still fresh in the FreshWorks™ Produce Saver. The strawberries on the right are starting to grow mold and get soft spots in a regular container.
Would you want to eat those? Yuck!
Again 2 weeks later the spinach in the FreshWorks container is still crisp and fresh.
The spinach in the other container is gross looking and mushy.
I am blown away by the results and I am so happy that our hard earned money does not have to be wasted on produce going bad before we get a chance to eat it.
Americans throw away $24 billion worth of produce each year. That’s $192 per household that could be saved each year by using FreshWorks. I hope you all will join me and take the Rubbermaid #LongLiveProduce challenge, so you can stop throwing away spoiled produce too!
Don’t take my word for it, get yours today and start saving produce and money.
I received this product free of charge for participating in the #LongLiveProduce challenge. All opinions are my own.