- How DEBBIE
MEYER Green Bags® Work
- Fruits, vegetables
and flowers release ethylene gas while ripening after harvesting
or picking. Ethylene gas accelerates ripening, aging and rotting.
- DEBBIE MEYER
Green Bags® absorb and remove this damaging gas, dramatically
extending the life of fruits, vegetables and flowers.
- Green Bags
are made with a natural mineral, 'Oya®', that extends the
life of produce by absorbing & removing gases.
This mineral is all natural and 100% non toxic.
bag is re-usable 8-10 times, simply rinse, allow to dry and re-use.
apples, apricots, avocados, asparagus, bananas, berries, broccoli,
Brussels sprouts, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, cherries, cucumbers,
eggplant, grapefruit, grapes, green peppers, kiwis, lemons, lettuce,
limes, mangoes, melons, oranges, parsnips, peaches, pears, peas,
plums, radishes, spinach, spring greens, strawberries, sweet
corn, tomato, turnips, zucchini, potatoes, onions, scallions,
mushrooms, parsley, celery, herbs, CUTflowers and many, many
use of entire refrigerator for storage ...store in the refrigerator or on
the counter top wherever you would naturally store your fruits
20 bags - Up to 200 Uses!
- 8 large
- 8 medium
- 4 Extra large
- Made in
Bananas After 9 Days
Tomatoes After 14
Bell Peppers after
Story Behind Green Bags
Scientists involved in Antarctic
exploration were searching for ways to prolong the freshness
of produce. During their research, they found a region in Japan
where for thousands of years farmers have been storing produce
in mountain caves with amazing results.
The caves were dark, consistently cool, and dry. But it was discovered
that the key to the remarkable preserving properties of the caves
was a clay called "oya," and the cave mountain was
made of it. The oya absorbed the ethylene gas that produce gives
off as it matures. Green Bags combine ancient knowledge thousands
of years old with space age technology for preserving produce.