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Simple, Inexpensive Products That Help Extend The Fridge Life Of Produce

July 15, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
The Huffington Post, whose website is sponsoring a “Reclaim” project to help consumers cut food waste in the home, has compiled a list of nine inexpensive products that preserve the freshness of herbs, fruits and vegetables in the fridge. Sheets of Fresh Paper ($9.99), for example, line the crisper drawer or the mixed greens salad box, to keep produce fresh two to four times longer. They are made from edible organic spices. The Mastrad Keep Sack ($10.28) is a cotton bag that keeps up to four pounds of onions out of sunlight, preventing sprouting. Other products keep cheese moist, fight harmful pathogens, preserve fresh herbs, soak up ethylene gas that ripens fruits too quickly, prevent garlic sprouting by keeping them in the dark, etc.
Julie R. Thomson, "9 Clever Products That’ll Help Prevent Your Produce From Rotting", The Huffington Post, July 15, 2016, © TheHuffingtonPost.com, Inc.
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