Spring is here – and one of the best things about warmer weather is having fresh produce back in season! From strawberries and raspberries to leafy greens like spinach, we love stocking our fridge with healthy, fresh ingredients for cooking and snacking.
The only thing we don’t love about stocking up on fresh produce is opening up a package of strawberries or lettuce we just bought, only to find it’s already gone bad. That’s why we’re so excited about the Rubbermaid® FreshWorksTM Produce Saver – storage containers that help keep your produce fresher, longer.
Rubbermaid FreshWorks keeps your produce 80%* fresher than traditional in-store produce packaging, so that means you waste less food. The FreshVent technology regulates the flow of oxygen and carbon dioxide to create the optimal environment so produce stays nearly as fresh as the day it was picked.
Enter our giveaway and you can win a FreshWorks 3-piece set for yourself, and a $50 Bed, Bath and Beyond gift card!
To enter, simply comment on this blog post and tell us what fruit or vegetable you’d like to keep fresher, longer.
Or, click here to Tweet “I’m entering the @SheSpeaksUp #FreshWorksFreshness giveaway to win @Rubbermaid FreshWorks! bit.ly/2oQZd5a #ad"
* Based on strawberries in FreshWorks containers vs. store packaging at day 21.
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post for Rubbermaid.
One lucky commenter or Tweeter will be chosen at random to receive a Rubbermaid FreshWorks 3-piece set and a $50 Bed, Bath & Beyond Gift Card. Giveaway is open through April 30, 2017 to U.S. residents at least 18 years of age. Entrants must be a member of SheSpeaks. If you are not a member, click here to join. Winner will be notified by email.
All Fruits and Veggies. Mainly berries, cucumbers, tomatoes, plums and peaches.
I like to keep apples fresh longer!!
Love buying fresh strawberries but I have a rough time keeping them fresh. This would help tremendously.
We eat a lot of fruits and vegetables but I'd most like to try this with lettuce.. Opening your fridge to droopy lettuce is gross!
Pineapples, apples, raspberries, strawberries, melons.
Imy family loves spinach. I do a lot of organic gardening whenever the weather permits here on the Long Island . I would love to be able to keep my spinach longer even when it's winter and I purchased them from the store that is my biggest problem. Along with grapes as strawberries
I would like to keep lettuce fresh longer
My favorite time of year is here! I love to shop for fresh fruits and veggies. I would really use Rubbermaid FreshWorks to keep my finds fresh.😖It breaks my heart when my produce goes bad at the prime of their lives!
I am a huge rubbermaid fan. I don't buy anything else.
I wish I could keep bananas and strawberries longer. When I cannot, I dehydrate them before they go bad. Waste not want not!
Would like to keep fresh lettuce, grape, apples and strawberries.
Wish I could keep my fresh greens crisper longer.
Strawberries seem to go bad the fastest. I wish they would all stay fresher.
Strawberries....I always throw them away because we forget about them and in just a couple days time they are no good😢
Raspberries are my hardest to keep fresh