Monday, April 24, 2017

Rubbermaid FreshWorks™ Produce Savers + A Giveaway























Spring is here and I am loving all of the fresh greens and berries that are available.
It's so fun to browse around the Farmer's Market on Saturday morning and come home
with fresh fruit and veggies to make into something delicious.
























It's important to store those fresh fruits and vegetables properly to prevent them from
spoiling too soon. No one likes to open the refrigerator crisper drawer to find rotten,
smelly vegetables! Produce is way to expensive to toss out! Did you know that
Americans waste $24 billion worth of produce every year - that's crazy!

For the past couple of weeks I have been using the Rubbermaid FreshWorks™ Produce
Savers to store my berries and vegetables.  The produce savers are available in three
sizes, small (2.5 cups), medium (6.3 cups), and large (17.3 cups). The smallest
container is perfect for raspberries and blueberries, while the larger ones work well
for strawberries and leafy greens.

Rubbermaid FreshWorks™ Produce Savers





















Rubbermaid FreshWorks™ Produce Savers use Freshvent™ technology, keeping produce
fresher up to 80% longer. You've got to love that! The crisp tray elevates produce away
from moisture so that they get proper airflow and don't spoil too soon.






















The produce saver containers are BPA-free, made of non-toxic plastics and are microwave
and top shelf dishwasher safe.

Rubbermaid FreshWorks™ Produce Savers





















The blueberries in the small produce saver have been there for six days and still look as
good as the day I bought them. I especially love the large container for spring mix and
spinach. The FreshWorks™ Produce Savers keep the greens fresh so much longer than
the containers that they come in at the grocery store.  They stack well in the fridge too!


Rubbermaid FreshWorks™ Produce Savers

Crisp, fresh produce makes for a much prettier salad, so I will be using the Rubbermaid
FreshWorks™ Produce Savers all of the time!

Giveaway has ended.
Congrats to Cassidy!

I love the Rubbermaid FreshWorks™ Produce Savers so much that I am going to give
away a 3-piece set to one of you! U.S. Residents only.

To enter to win simply leave a comment below letting me know what you would store
in Rubbermaid FreshWorks™Produce Savers.
For an extra entry, follow me on Instagram and leave a separate comment letting me
know that you follow with your Instagram name.
Contest ends Monday, May 1, 2017, 11:00 p.m. EST.

Good luck!



This is a sponsored review, I received free product from SheSpeaks/Rubbermaid.
As always, all opinions are 100% my own.

Based on strawberries in FreshWorks™ containers vs. store packaging. 
Results may vary depending upon produce and use.

76 comments:

  1. Considering we eat A LOT of fruit and veggies these would come in handy! Raspberries, Blueberries, blackberries, strawberries, spinach etc!

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  2. I also follow you on Instagram :)

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  3. I have been wanting to try these containers since I saw the commercial! Miss Olivia's diet consists mainly of fruits and veg so this would be a great way to keep them fresh!

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  4. I follow you on instagram 😊

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  5. Since I am on Weight Watchers, I eat a lot of fresh veggies and fruit and these containers would certainly help me out!!! many thanks

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  6. I would definitely store my spring mix in one as well as fruit. I'm always so disappointed when I go to make a salad only to find my greens have wilted and gotten ick :-( Sad....this would be a wonderful addition! THANKS!

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  7. Lettuce, spinach, and berries for sure!

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  8. I follow you on Instagram - lkanney

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  9. I'd love to give these a try for salad mix and grapes!

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  10. I follow you on Instagram agillette24

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  11. Our farmer's market has the biggest most beautiful strawberries now. this would be perfect for them.

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  12. I follow you on Instagram as sandyheadtke

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  13. I would store berries or tomatoes and cucumbers in these containers.
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  14. I follow you on instagram(Kellywcu)

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  15. some spinach and then blueberries in another

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  16. I'd keep lettuce, spinach, and berries for smoothies! I hate when produce goes bad before I have time to use it!

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  18. Oh, and I follow you on IG. And you daughter is one of my best friends...does that count for anything? ;)

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  19. I have a small one for strawberries and I love it! I didn't know there were larger ones for salad!

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  20. I follow on Instagram. @limbylim

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  21. Strawberries and blueberries and pretty much anything that needs to stay fresh.

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  22. I am one of your insta followers @rusthawk1.

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  23. These look great! Just like in your post - berries and mixed greens!

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  24. I follow you on Instagram! @pdwsly

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  25. I would store my bagged salad!

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  26. I would store all my fresh lettuce and spinach from my garden.

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  27. I am following on Instagram: total_solar_eclipse7279

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  28. I would store my fresh veggies especially lettuce!

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  29. I would love to store salad greens or kale/spinach in these!

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  30. I would put my strawberries in them and also my grandson's blueberries. hall490@comcast.net

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  31. I would store strawberries in the Rubbermaid FreshWorks Produce Savers.
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  32. follow you on Instagram - cshell202
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  33. I would store the fresh bluberries and strawberries from our garden in the Produce Savers. emilyemahr (at) yahoo.com

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  34. I would love to storage fresh raspberries and blueberries! My email is traciemcooper0515 at gmail dot com

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  35. Follow you via instagram- traciemcooper05
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  36. I would put blueberries in them for my son.
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  37. I would store berries in mine!

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  38. i'm following on IG @mjamestribe19

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  39. I would store greens and berries in the Rubbermaid FreshWorks Produce Savers.
    thank you

    barbara dot montyj at gmail dot com

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  40. I would use these to store my favorite fruits and veggies. Like marrionberries, strawberries, kiwis, lemons, snap peas, kohlrabi and more. Thanks for the chance!

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  41. I follow you on instagram @thehippiehut32.

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  42. I'd store arugula, strawberries, and tomatoes in them.

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  43. I follow you on Instagram (@agratefulattitude)

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  44. I would store my greens and berries - two things I eat a lot of since I gave up carbs a few weeks ago.

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  45. I would definitely put a lot of fruits in it

    linda

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  46. following on instagram @lruathong

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  47. I would store leftovers, fruits, and veggies

    dlatany at gmail dot com

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  48. I would store everything! Especially berries.

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  49. I follow you on instagram @nikkiparisnichols

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  50. I follow you on instagram @nikkiparisnichols

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  51. I would store lettuce in these. It always wilts so quickly!

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  52. I'm a follower on instagram (silverstar56655)

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  53. This would be so great for my fruits and veggies :)

    pruamthong5 at gmail dot com

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  54. I would store strawberries and raspberries!

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  55. I would store fruits and veggies

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  56. Folllow on instagram as @aktheartist63

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  57. I would store all my fruits and veggies in these! Especially spinach. That seems to wilt especially fast in our house.

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  58. I follow on instagram. My username is @kidscountryclub1

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  59. I would put salad in it :)

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  60. I would put raspberries, lettuce, and baby carrots in these containers!

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  61. @kennyhallIS I am following you!

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  62. I would store strawberries and blueberries in these containers. Thanks.
    Califkitties AT aol.com

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  63. I follow you on Instagram as @pudyqat
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  64. I would store berries and veggies

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  65. Follow you on Instagram as elena1509

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  66. I would store my garden vegetables. Thank you so much for the giveaway!

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  67. I already follow you on Instagram as @norma_watson.

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  68. I'd love to use it for leafy greens like lettuce, spinach, and arugula.

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  69. It's so relaxing to go to farmer's markets - we love your post! #ad

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  70. I would store veggies and fruit!

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  71. Follower on Instagram
    @denisekunkle00

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  72. I would store all of my berries in these.

    Thanks!

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  73. I'd store berries, scallions, and lettuce in Freshworks containers.

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