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2009 Debbie Meyer Green Bags w/ New BagBudee

2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)


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2.0 out of 5 stars Not worth it October 25, 2008
By C. Rahn
I have to agree with the other reviewers here. These really don't work as promised, and despite following the instructions to the letter I had beautiful looking fruit/veggies that rotted from the inside out. They did overall keep a little longer, but the hassle of having to wipe the bags out often wasn't worth it. I also found that those bags that were wiped understandably did not reuse very well at all. All the hype was wrong. Don't buy these.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Hi fellow shoppers!
I was really disappointed with these bags. My cilantro didn't keep any longer or better than with the regular Ziploc bags. My strawberries did keep longer.. but moisure built up really fast (despite having wrapped in a paper towel as instructed) and I had to handle the berries nearly everyday to keep the moisture down. I'd say they kept another 3 or 4 days. They started to mold about 8 days after I stored them. But, hey, I got to eat more strawberries than I would have. :)
I'm not sure why another reviewer would assume that other people didn't follow instructions, but my ability to follow them are just fine and these bags do not live up to their promise.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Not so great! December 29, 2008
We were not impressed withthe Debbie Meyer Green Bags. My daughter ordered these to use for a science project. The difference between fruit and veggies kept in the Debbie Meyer bags, ziploc bags and without a bag was not that much. These were way too much money and effort and not enough return.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Works great when you follow instructions August 13, 2008
I've seen a lot of negative reviews of this product. Personally, I've found it to be outstanding WHEN YOU FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS! What do I mean by this? Do NOT wash the fruit before you store it. Store each type of fruit in a separate bag. There is a limit to how often you can reuse the bags (which, to be honest, may vary depending on how much ethlyene oxide each type of produce puts out). Wash the produce only just before you consume it.

What will this bag not do? It won't work on fruit that is already over-ripe or rotten. However, I've had it keep cherries in prime condition for 1 1/2 months, blueberries about 3 times longer than usual, plums and apples have been keeping for months and are still firm. I haven't tried bananas (which I find inherently problematic) and pears do best if stored slightly green Personally, I love this product. It lets me buy large quantities of fruit on sale and enjoy it at my leisure, long after the sale is past.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Bad June 26, 2008
These don't work. Berries rotted from the inside out. Lettuce got rusty. This was after about 4 days. Tried Rubbermaid Produce Keeper and it worked much better. And the chemical in the bags gives me the creeps.
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