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When I am in the grocery store if I know something that will help another I will tell them as the lady who was buying fresh fruit and vegetables. I let her know about the green bags and how they do work. If you put bananas in a green bag, a brown bag do not close put in cool place away from sun.
I do this and also my romaine lettuce put a paper towel around it and in a green bag, leave open and put in refrig and it will last 2 weeks or more. I save a lot of money with the green bags and you can use them over several time. I use them with all my fresh foods. Try the green bags.
Debbie Meyer Green Bags help keep all fruits and vegetables stay fresh longer! It works by absorbing and removing Ethylene Gas that is given off by fruits, veggies, and cut flowers as they ripen and rot. You can wash and reuse the bags. You get about ten uses per bag.
As a single loving my fresh fruit and veggies, I had to go with smaller quantities and frequent trips to the store to maintain my stock. Now I can buy cheaper in bulk and throw them in the green bag and they last! I can buy a bunch of bananas instead of just two or three! A time saver!
Get Debbie Meyer green bags for $10. It works great for fresh blueberries, strawberries, zukes, tomatoes, green beans. Not so great with mushrooms or bananas. Read the directions and do exactly as it says!
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