Some quick science behind blu apple.
Ethylene Gas is given off by all living plants, especially when it comes to Fruits, Veggies and Flowers. The release of this gas is thought to cause the ripening process. When you store these fruits and veggies in the fridge it speeds up the ripening process even quicker. Which sucks, because your fruits and veggies are not cheap.
Blu Apple helps absorb and neutralize that ethylene gas in turn making your fruits and veggies last two to three times longer! Each Apple contains a packet of NON TOXIC pellets, each packet lasts three months, and after three months you can actually open up the packet of pellets and use them for fertilizer in houseplants or your garden!!
Blu apple also creates another product called veggie zips, food storage bags used to control humidity for perfect types of fruits and veggies!! VeggieZips are vented with the patent-pending U-Vent technology, which allows fresh air in and helps the ethylene gas escape through the small flaps that cover the bag. Each bag comes with a HydroLiner, which is a soft, cloth-like towel that can be used wet, dry, or not at all depending on the needs of the produce. When storing produce that needs additional moisture to stay fresh, like lettuce, cilantro, or green onions, dampen the HydroLiner, gently wrap the HydroLiner around the produce, place in the VeggieZips bag, store in the refrigerator, and re-dampen the HydroLiner as necessary. If you are storing produce that needs excess moisture absorbed, like mushrooms, berries, and cauliflower, wrap the produce in a dry HydroLiner, place in the VeggieZips bag, and store in the refrigerator. There are some produce types that do not need excess moisture added or absorbed, like peppers, eggplant, and nectarines. With these, just place the produce inside a VeggieZips bag without a HydroLiner and store in your refrigerator
If you visit Blu Apple you can find some nifty Storage Tips
As you can see the apple itself is not very big so it does not take up to much space. So I stuck this apple in my fridge almost two weeks ago. Let me tell you this little apple is going to save me a ton of money! that head of lettuce there was an extra one I had purchased as my experiment.....Below you can see it is still beautifully green, I checked it over not one single brown Spot! Thank you blu apple!!
Blu Apple was kind enough to sponsor a giveaway as well! Three (Yes I said Three ) Lucky winners will receive a two pack of blue apple and a box of veggie zips and liners!!
So lets get to it then!!
** Contest will end on 4.24.18 Open internationally.**
*This was not a paid post. My honest opinions were used, they are solely my own & they may vary from others.The products mentioned above have been provided by Blu Apple for the review and give away free of charge.