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Debbie Meyer GreenBags, 20-Pack


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  • Keep fruits and vegetables fresher longer in GreenBags
  • Able to be re-used up to 10 times, the GreenBags help save money and reduce waste
  • Designed to keep certain produce fresh for approximately 30 days
  • Helps reduce vitamin loss by up to 50 percent
  • Includes Medium, Large and X-Large Debbie Meyer GreenBags
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  • Product Dimensions: 5.8 x 0.8 x 10 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B00I4V1U06
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  • Item model number: 5127799
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (884 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #331 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Help preserve the freshness and prolong the life of fruits, vegetables and cut flowers with these revolutionary storage bags. Debbie Meyer GreenBags are made with a natural mineral that creates a beneficial storage environment to help extend the life and freshness of fruits, vegetables and cut flowers and That Saves You Money. Includes 8 medium, 8 large and 4 XL bags.


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Customer Reviews

These bags really do keep fruits and veggies fresh longer.
Sandy G
I didn't use them much until last year when I started receiving a weekly CSA box and after some months I found myself in need of more so I ordered these.
Avid Reader
Just goes to show that when manufacturers make changes in production in order to make more of a profit on the item, the quality suffers.
Anne

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336 of 340 people found the following review helpful By Napalm on July 2, 2008
After reading all the reviews, I'm not sure that people are using these correctly. Not their fault, the instructions are pretty bad.

There are certain types of fruits and vegetables that are going to work better than others. Greens work great. I had a head of lettuce that lasted 3 weeks in one before I ate it all. Celery, cucumbers, broccoli... all last longer. Bananas look good on the outside, but can be bad on the inside. Fruits that are sensitive to moisture (such as strawberries and peaches) should probably not be stored in them.

Second, moisture is the kiss of death in these bags. What I do is put a folded up paper towel in with the fruits/veggies, and then put them in the fridge so that the produce is resting on top of the paper towel. Replace the paper towel once a week (or more frequently if it looks moist inside the bag).

I pretty much only use it to store greens, bell peppers, squash.. Works great for me. I have to throw out less produce since I started using these. But again, it's gotta be the right produce in the right (non-moist) conditions.
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99 of 106 people found the following review helpful By FlamingoNut on April 23, 2008
I purchased these bags the same day I bought some bananas, a "bunch" of 3, 9 days ago. Normally after a few days the uneaten bananas get thrown away, even though I only normally purchase a bunch of about 4 or 5. We just don't eat them fast enough. On a whim, I purchased a box, only because of my walking 7yo infomercial. Today she ate the 3rd banana, 9 days later. Granted, it was a bit softer than usual, but not a brown on it.
I had also put a red & a green bell pepper in another bag, which has been on my countertop for about 6 days. Not a wrinkle on them. We'll be cutting them up tonight, so if I have a negative comment to post, I'll be back.
Next I'm going to try strawberries, something else that normally rots away in my fridge.
So far, I don't regret my purchase and am glad that I didn't go with my thoughts of "no way, can't work".

EDIT 05/30/08: Strawberries: rotted/molded within a few days. Peppers: did prevent wrinklage, used peppers 6 days later, peppers in great shape. Tomatoes: same as peppers. Bananas: definitely prevented the browning by more than a week, but the banana was alot softer than I would expect.
If I could change my original 4 star rating, I'd bump it down to a 2.5.
To me, it's worth it just to extend the life of my bunches of bananas.
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231 of 270 people found the following review helpful By Gigi Chapman on January 6, 2008
The fruits and vegetables may look wonderful on the outside after nine days, but they are rotten inside. For instance, the picture of the bananas in the advertisements shows lovely yellow ones in the green bags and very ripened brown ones that are not in the green bags. In reality, the ones in the green bags, if they are as old as the ones that are not in the bags, are just as near rotten as the brown ones. I had the same experience with tomatoes and lettuce didn't seem to keep as long as if it was not in green bags. I gave my daughter in law and my mother in law some green bags and there experience was just as unpleasant.
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65 of 74 people found the following review helpful By M. McTamney on April 17, 2008
I belong to a veggie co-op, and get veggies every two weeks. I never know what I'm going to get until a few days before, and so storage is important (while I figure out what to do with bok choy!). These bags work. I don't know how, I don't know what the gimmick is, or the science, but I can tell you that before I started using them, I threw out a bunch of veggies every two weeks (from the previous batch), and now, man, sometimes I can't even tell which ones are the new and which ones are the old.

I mean it - they work that well for me. Especially on greens. I have lettuce in the drawer in a green bag right now that I KNOW is over 2 weeks old, and it's still crisp and fresh. That never used to happen.

I wouldn't have believed it myself if I hadn't started using them. And I'm not sure how one reviewer found that even though they look good, they're rotton on the inside - that has NOT happened to me at all.

I mean, it - I have month-old carrots in there that I can't tell from the ones I got today. Still crunchy and still snap when you bend them.

And I DO reuse them, and have not seen any decline in their effectiveness, even after washing several times. The only time I chuck them is if, once in a while, something does eventually go bad in them. (Hey, it happens to the best of us.) I don't reuse those - I just throw them away.

I use these bags, and I'll never stop.
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50 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Rita B on April 25, 2008
Important - moisture is the enemy.
I've been using these bags for over 8 months and they really extend the
life of my produce. The important thing is to make sure you limit the amount of moisture inside the bag. I put in one or two paper towels
before closing the bag. Every now and then, I'll check to replace the
towel when it feels wet, and wipe away any condensation in the bag.
Before I learned this trick, I had some disappointing results, but now
they work great!
Edited to add:
I agree with the comments about bananas. They don't work well.
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29 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Miguel J. Humara on July 31, 2012
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I have Debbie Meyer bags purchased elsewhere and these are not the same product. The material from which they are made from is different and so is the color. Even the side of the box says that the bags are pleated and the ones that come in the box are not. They are simply green plastic bags. The real product (which this does not appear to be) works great and will keep your fruit and vegetables fresh up to three times as long. Shame on the seller for trying to pass of this inferior product as something that it simply is not.
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