Fit Organic Fruit & Vegetable Wash, Combo Pack, 7.5 Pound Box
- 100% Natural
- Removes 98% more pesticides, waxes, people-handling residues and other contaminants vs. washing with water alone
- Only fruit & vegetable wash certified kosher and vegan
- Rinses away completely leaving no aftertaste or smell
- Certified Kosher, Certified Vegan (American Vegetarian Association)
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Top Customer Reviews
One reviewer says the plastic bowl has BPA. As someone who tries to avoid BPA plastics for anything that handles my food I tried to verify this. The bottom of the white bowl has a 5 recycling number so it looks like this collander is BPA free.
One other thing that my help to know is that the "jugs" are for use in the bowl, and you are supposed to use one full cap per bowl full of water. This means that the jug is used up fairly quickly if you use it every day, so it's good to be aware of that. It is pretty inexpensive, though - I just tend to use it when I know I'll be using it twice or more. (On two or more bowls of veggies.)
It isn't a must-have, but for people like us who do eat a lot of fresh foods, it is a nice extra bit of insurance.
The ridiculously dirty water that's left behind is a solid reminder that we used to eat all that crud. No thanks.
We used to get Fit in stores; the price always got higher and higher until they stopped selling it. Finding it on Amazon at a reasonable price is terrific.
We swirl a few batches of food in a bowl of water with Fit. Avoid washing food you won't consume within a few days, since cleaning off the outer layer of any food can limit storage life.
I tried FIT, and could not believe how much junk was left in the bowl after rinsing!!! I have searched for alternative products and methods for over 15 years - and there is no comparison.
I have even read reports that plain water with a drop of Palmolive Dish washing liquid will clean just as well. No way. All you have to do to prove this is the best way to clean your fresh food is try this simple test:
Pick grapes off the vine and drop them into the colander which is sitting in its bowl. I find you can get a lot more miles out of the pouring bottle if instead of using a cap full as it recommends, if you use the sprayer bottle and give the grapes a couple of good sprays as you roll the grapes around. I only use the pouring bottle to refill my sprayer bottle since I learned this trick. Now, whirl your fingers through the grapes until all the sides are coated and the dirt has had a chance to loosen, about 10 seconds. Then with the FIT coated grapes still there, fill the colander with water as if you were going to wash them the recommended way except you will not use a cupful of FIT.
Now you can really swish them around easily for about 45 seconds and you be be amazed at what you see in the water. Pick the basket of grapes out of the colander and dump the yucky water. Now rinse away the film on your grapes and you will be surprised by the color that appears. The grapes will feel smooth, their natural powdery bloom is gone as well as the Pesticides, and the toxic anti-mold preservatives they are dusted with. They have a darker richer color not a coated look. Pop one in your mouth. ALL YOU TASTE IS GRAPES - nothing else.Read more ›
1. Use it when you are ready to consume your produce because it washes off those nasty preservatives in addition to the pesticides. Once you wash off the preservatives the produce has about a 48-hour shelf life.
2. This is really useful for those that actually eat the recommended amount of fruits and veggies everyday. It's too expensive for those that eat the occasional tomato.
The bowl and strainer are a nice little bonus but not really big enough to wash more than a pound of tomatoes or a couple of bunches of cilantro at a time. Also, for people who scoff at the idea of being so anal about washing produce that you intend to consume raw, I once washed a head of romaine lettuce and found a tapeworm in the water.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great product which I use daily on fruits and vegetables The bowl and strainer are convenient to soak and rinse items too.Published 9 months ago by Nancy E. Unger
This product is great, really cleans so much better than just water! You will be amazed when you see how dirty the soaking water gets when you soak leafy veggies. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Irene Rose
It used to be blue 20 yrs ago snd seemed to strip the greasy Lecthin wax off produce fast. Now still feels waxy after cleaning. Maybe more natural but less effective... Read morePublished 20 months ago by RAW POWER
Go figure, use chemicals to clean the chemicals off your fruits or veggies... Anyway, you can really tell on blueberries and other fruits with smooth skins. Read morePublished on June 3, 2014 by Pan B.
Try this once and see how gross your produce water is. I had a friend turn me on to this and haven't turned back. So glad lost of those chemicals aren't in my body now.Published on May 10, 2014 by K. Jarrett
I plan to reorder the fit wash as I can tell a difference when I use it. I will say the basket is a bit sturdier than I expected based on other reviews but the vendor really needs... Read morePublished on May 6, 2014 by Nicole A
I am on the automated reorder plan for refills. We wash all our veggies and fruit and that gives me piece of mind. Read morePublished on April 12, 2014 by Mosie