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Produce Storage Guide

Go Green With Our Fall Produce Storage Guide!

While plastic can be recycled, it's not biodegradable, and many recycling programs don't accept plastic bags. That's why we're sharing some of our favorite plastic-free ways to store seasonal produce, from apples to zucchini.

Want to reference it next time you've stocked up on the season's bounty? Download it, print it out, and post it on your refrigerator so you'll never have to look it up again.

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Becky-Tarala Becky-Tarala 3 years
Love these tips! When I come home from the store, it's easiest to just shove everything into the fridge in the plastic bags. This is a great reminder that not all of that produce likes to be wrapped in plastic and chilly!
dmash dmash 3 years
Love this! Whenever we come back from the grocery store or Farmer's Market, it seems like it's an explosion of fruits and veg all over our kitchen. So I went out and bought some white ceramic bowls and white ceramic berry baskets so all of our produce looked a bit more organized when displayed on our counters!
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