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Rubbermaid FreshWorks Produce Saver Food Storage Container, Medium, 6.3 Cup, Green $5.66 add on item @ amazon

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Keeps produce fresh up to 80% longer versus store packaging
FreshVent technology regulates flow of oxygen and carbon dioxide for the ideal produce environment
CrispTray helps keep moisture away from produce to reduce spoilage
Lid filter lasts a lifetime
Medium (6.3 cup) FreshWorks container fits one pound of strawberries
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Anyone who used and find signfiicant difference from just storing in a mesh bowl?
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Anyone who used and find signfiicant difference from just storing in a mesh bowl?
Yes. We have 3.5yr old so we go theough alot of fruit. If you properly rinse and dry it then pop in these they DEFINITELY last longer and retain the smells also. We were using open tupperware, closed, papertowels and all horrible.
These have small trays on bottom to keep them from laying in moisture as well. Def worth the $
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Yes. We have 3.5yr old so we go theough alot of fruit. If you properly rinse and dry it then pop in these they DEFINITELY last longer and retain the smells also. We were using open tupperware, closed, papertowels and all horrible.
These have small trays on bottom to keep them from laying in moisture as well. Def worth the $
ill rinse it and shake it a bit, but im not going to manually dry it. isn't that the point of the bottom mesh so water can fall down?
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ill rinse it and shake it a bit, but im not going to manually dry it. isn't that the point of the bottom mesh so water can fall down?
Yea we're ocd do i salad spin it before i put in lol it keeps the fruit from sitting in the moisture and the upper vent regulates air
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