32-Pack: FreshPaper Food Saver Sheets for Produce & Bread/Baked Goods

  • The bread ones keep bread (and baked goods) fresh
  • The produce ones keep produce fresh
  • Just put a sheet in with your bread or produce and extend its life
  • You can get 32 produce sheets or 32 bread sheets
  • Or get 16 sheets of each, OR 24 produce + 8 bread sheets
  • It really just depends on how much fruitin’, veggin’ and breadin’ you do
  • BPA-free, food-safe, chemical-free, and plastic-free
  • Each reusable sheet can be actively used for up to a month
  • Can they make margaritas: no, but they can probably keep your limes and oranges fresher for longer
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So Fresh

A recipe I’ll be making in the coming days calls for one carrot, peeled and cut into matchsticks. So today I went to the grocery store and bought the smallest bag of carrots I could find. Which contained about 27 of them. Okay, fine: this is an exaggeration, but not by as much as I wish it was. Point is, I’m going to have to find ten more carrot recipes ASAP, or else, when I go to clean the fridge in a few weeks, I’ll toss out a bag of something moldy and vaguely orange.

Unless I get these things.

Basically, what we’ve got here are 32 FreshPaper Food Saver Sheets. 16 of them are for keeping bread fresh. 16 of them are for produce. The claim is, you slip a sheet into the bag with the bread or produce you want to keep fresh, and they… well… keep it fresh.

Now, with all things of this variety, it’s fair to wonder: do they actually do what they say they do? To answer this, we went over to their respective Amazon pages, and looked around. There, we found out that the bread sheets earn a 4.3 out of 5 on more than 800 ratings and the produce sheets get the same high marks, though on more than 6,200 (!!!) ratings.

Hatties Mom says this about the bread sheets:

I initially saw these, and the inventor, on a TV show “Innovation Nation”. We were always tossing out moldy bread, because there is only 2 of us and the bread would go bad in a short period of time. We would have to put the bread in the refrigerator to avoid spoilage. I don’t like refrigerated bread, it always “stales” the bread. I used the Freshpaper Food Saver and I have to say, I am impressed. For the first time, we got through an entire loaf of bread, without having to refrigerate the loaf.

Nisey, meanwhile, is similarly impressed with the produce option:

I literally stopped buying fresh fruit & veggies because I was tired of them going bad before I even gotten around to them. So glad I saw a streaming tv commercial about this product. wow. I’m shocked that they actually work. I put a full sheet in with my bowl of tangerines. 3 weeks later they were as perfect as the day I bought them. I put HALF a sheet in with a box of lettuce. 2 weeks later, almost every leaf is still perfect. I put a quarter sheet on the side of a small container with some CUT cucumbers in it. A week later they were all still as fresh as the day I cut them. I don’t know what sorcery this is but I’m so glad I tried it for myself.

Now, I’m only including one review for each item because they’re so detailed. But again, these things rate super well based on a TON of reviews.

So get some, and keep your stuff fresher for longer!

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