KEEP YOUR PRODUCE and SPROUTS FRESHER. LONGER.
- No More Wasted Produce or Home Grown Sprouts.
- NO More Plastic Bags.
- 100% Organic Cotton
- Fabric Grown and Milled in USA
- Both Fabric and Thread are organic cotton.
How to Use:
Rinse Sprouts or Veggies
Fully soak the bag and wring out excess water
Fill with your sprouts or veggies.
If the bag should dry out during it's stay in the refrigerator, repeat Step 1.
Produce is alive, which means it's "breathing." It's still going through it's life processes and needs the right conditions to stay fresh and crisp.
Those conditions are
humidity and airflow.
When you put your produce in a wet Re: Fresh Bag, it is surrounded by water that is slowly evaporating and increasing the humidity in the bag.
The heavyweight fabric is highly absorbent and keeps the bag humid.
The towel pyle (loops) on the outside
provide plenty of surface area,
allowing the water evaporate.
The fabric maintains humidity,
while the evaporating water
keeps the air moving.
The result is fresh, crisp,
When we started at the markets, time and time again we heard, "I've got some rotting in the fridge at home." And it was deterring people from buying fresh produce from local farmers.
Our response? The Re: Fresh Bag
That's where the name comes from.
Fabric Grown & Milled in the USA
Both the fabric and thread are organic cotton.
100% Organic Cotton
Keep Your Produce
No More Wasted Produce.
No More Plastic Bags.
We knew we needed something to preserve produce, while avoiding plastic.
So we scoured the market for what was available and combined the best of what we found to make the Re: Fresh Bag.
With careful consideration to
everything from how we make our
seams to the materials we use,
the Re: Fresh Bag is made with
our community, as well as our
larger human family, in mind.