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15 Ways You're Storing Your Produce Wrong

Eat This, Not That! Logo By Eat This, Not That! Editors of Eat This, Not That! | Slide 1 of 16: Have you ever stocked up your fridge with tons of healthy fruits and hearty veggies, only to watch them grow moldy and decompose just a couple days later? And during a time like right now when you're not going to the grocery store as often, going to grab an orange just to uncover that it has mold on it already is not ideal. Not only is that a major waste of money, but when your fresh food supply is limited, you're going to want to make it last as long as you can.Here, we've rounded up the best tips and tricks so you can keep all that food you've just stocked up on fresh for as long as possible. And next time you hit the supermarket, be sure to avoid doing any of these 10 Things You're Doing That Frustrate Grocery Store Workers.

15 Ways You're Storing Your Produce Wrong

Have you ever stocked up your fridge with tons of healthy fruits and hearty veggies, only to watch them grow moldy and decompose just a couple days later? And during a time like right now when you're not going to the grocery store as often, going to grab an orange just to uncover that it has mold on it already is not ideal. Not only is that a major waste of money, but when your fresh food supply is limited, you're going to want to make it last as long as you can.

Here, we've rounded up the best tips and tricks so you can keep all that food you've just stocked up on fresh for as long as possible. And next time you hit the supermarket, be sure to avoid doing any of these 10 Things You're Doing That Frustrate Grocery Store Workers.

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