The Super-Smart Hack to Reduce Plastic and Make Your Produce Last Longer Is Currently Up to 40 Percent Off

updated Sep 17, 2019
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Remember that pricey bag of bright green avocados that eventually went brown or the box of leafy green spinach that’s now wilted and rotting? And let’s not even talk about the innumerable boxes of berries that have lost their freshness languishing in the back of the refrigerator. Fresh groceries are expensive and if you live alone or love the ease of takeout on busy weeknights, it’s hard getting through your stock of fresh produce. Cue in: Reusable produce bags that are total game-changers and for a limited time, you can score this bestseller on Amazon for up to 40 percent off.

The set of mesh bags by Ecowaare comes with 15 (!!!) see-through and washable bags in three different sizes. Plus, they are breathable and help your produce last a lot longer. What’s more? It lets you bag fruit and vegetables without using any plastic. Barcodes? They’ll scan through the bag. Tying? Just pull the drawstring and push the toggle to seal them off. Weighted items? The bags come with tare weights, so you know exactly what to calculate. You can even rinse fruits and veggies while they’re inside the bag (perfect for easily restocking the fridge). Once you’re done, simply throw them in the wash with the rest of your laundry and they are ready to be used again.

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With more than 500 five-star reviews, the people seem to have spoken — the bags are versatile (you can use them for more than just fruits and veggies, but also grains and even toys as well!), and they keep everything organized in the fridge. Win-win.

As one reviewer put it most convincingly: “I LOVE these bags! I store my produce in the bag in the refrigerator and it stays fresher longer than if I had stored it in the plastic bags,” while another reviewer loves that they are “a wonderful reusable resource.”