Spend $300 Less At The Supermarket

Cut It Out & Save Serious Green

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The Price Of Convenience!

Consumers spend 3-5 times more on pre-cut and washed produce than the whole varieties, sacrificing freshness, savings and sometimes safety (remember the bagged Spinach E.coli outbreak of 2006?)

Here’s the skinny.

You can spend $3.49 on a 16 oz. bag of pre-cut apple slices or $.99 for a pound of them. Or $3.99 on a bagged salad vs. $.89 for a whole head of Romaine.

Ditch the pre-cut and washed varieties and make your own in less than 5 minutes with these handy tools that keep you ready to munch at a moment’s notice – at a price you can stomach.

Tools Of The Trade

mareya with Eat Cleaner products

Kitchen Aid Multi Slicers

  • Clean apples, potatoes and other root veggies with Eat Cleaner Fruit + Vegetable Wash or Wipes.
  • Spray inside flesh with Eat Cleaner Wash to help inhibit browning.
  • Slice and store in airtight containers.

Bamboo Cutting Boards

  • Keep one for fruit and veggies, another for seafood, poultry and meat.
  • Wipe down with Eat Cleaner between uses.

Eat Cleaner Spray

  • It really does make washing an easier, more fun task.
  • Get the kids on the action.
  • Spray, Soak and Spin your way to clean food.

Italian Glass Storage Containers with Lids

  • When you bring them home, clean fruit and veggies with Eat Cleaner Fruit + Vegetable Wash or Wipes
  • Dry thoroughly and store in airtight glass containers.

Try these little tricks of the trade to save that green and do something useful with your money… like eating a great meal with your family!

Live Clean Everyone!