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Sunday, June 24, 2012

Clearly Fresh Bags Review and Giveaway



Hey everyone! My next review is for Clearly Fresh Bags. Clearly Fresh Bags are what look like regular plastic bags but are super duper AWESOME. They are made specifically to make produce last longer! I tried them on my bananas.



As the website says: "Keep your fruits and vegetables fresh-from-the-market longer and save money by throwing away less! Clearly Fresh® bags use BreatheWay technology to allow your fresh produce to breathe naturally and last longer – PLUS this bag is re-closeable and recyclable. Simple to use and cost-effective! Eat More Fresh, Healthy, Natural Fruits & Vegetables & Waste Less!"

First of all I love how ginourmous these bags are. Produce can be big, like bananas, or plentiful like apples, so you need to fit a bunch. Fortunately these bags do that. Unfortunately I did forget to take a picture of my bananas in the bag before eating all of the bananas, but I did notice a difference. I tested the bags on specifically on bananas because I always notice my bananas aging rapidly, I think it's because I sit them next to my apples and apples are known to give off some type of pheromone or something that makes other things around them age. Seriously, look this up. But yes my bananas, though they did age didn't age so quickly. It's pretty awesome!

How it works is interesting. As the website says: "The technology behind Clearly Fresh® bags is our BreatheWay membrane. You’ll note that there is a hole in the film behind the BreatheWay logo on each zip bag. This is because BreatheWay acts as an Oxygen/Carbon Dioxide passageway – allowing just the right amount of oxygen in and much more carbon dioxide out."

Definitely check these out, they are awesome and definitely work. Especially if you buy in bulk and/or live by yourself and hate rushing to eat your produce before it goes bad.

Buy It! Head on over to Clearly Fresh Bag's Website and pick up a few!

Win It! THREE winners will receive Clearly Fresh Bags!

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8 comments:

  1. Romaine Lettuce.

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

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  2. I would put apples in the bags.
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  3. tomatoes

    Cynthia.Richardson@azbar.org

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  4. Bananas, absolutely! I love them but hate how quickly they get brown.

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