Keeping Veggies Fresh for the Bunnies (and us)!

This is a sponsored post for SheSpeaks/Rubbermaid®.

I hate it when I go to grab some veggies from our vegetable drawer and they are already a squish mess even though I purchased them the day before. It drives me nuts! To keep our mass of vegetables fresh longer I tried out some Rubbermaid FreshWorks Produce Saver containers and they truly worked. They are easy to use. I just toss all my vegetables that I got from the store (or the garden) right into the containers and they lasted longer than keeping them in the bags I brought them home in. The containers have a FreshVent technology to keep produce fresher up to 80% longer* than traditional produce packaging. I’ll probably be saving some money now that I won’t be wasting as many vegetables. The containers come in six different sizes so you can fit all types of fruits and vegetables in these containers.

We typically eat a ton of veggies in this home and we’ve recently added two new family members to the home: Carl and Cheetah, the bunnies. They require fresh leafy greens every day, so instead of running to the store every couple of days to make sure we have fresh veg at all times for our bunny friends I can buy more veg at one time and they will keep fresh longer and that’s less trips to the store (which is awesome).

Food prep is easier when I know that my fruits and vegetables can last longer and I’m sure Carl (the white bunny) and Cheetah (the spotted bun) appreciate having the fresh greens. If they could talk they would say, “Thanks, Chels!”.

What are your favorite veggies? I LOVE roasted Brussels sprouts.

If you want to check out these FreshWorks containers head on over to their site!

– Chelsey

*Based on strawberries in FreshWorks™ containers vs. store packaging. Results may vary depending upon produce and use. This is a sponsored post for SheSpeaks/Rubbermaid®.


  • Anni S on said:

    Hard to pick just one, but nothing beats roasted carrots!! (Your bunnies might agree…)

    • Chelsey on said:

      Yes! Sauteed in some garlic and butter!

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