Keep Produce Fresher, Longer with Rubbermaid FreshWorks Produce Saver

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My kids love fruit. I can buy a bag of grapes, and half of them are gone just by getting them cleaned up and in the fridge. The problem is once I need a way to keep produce fresher once all our fruit is cleaned and prepped and back in the refrigerator. I don’t like running to the store daily, so I try to stock up, but often my produce can’t last more than a day or two before it starts going bad.

Keep Produce Fresher, Longer

FreshWorks is a food storage container that uses patented FreshVentTM technology to keep produce fresher up to 80%* longer than traditional produce packaging you buy your produce in. FreshVent regulates the flow of oxygen and carbon dioxide to create the optimal environment so produce stays nearly as fresh as the day it was picked, while the CrispTrayTM helps reduce moisture and spoilage.

This technology will help your family save money and reduce waste! With the food your buying spoiling less you will be throwing less away. This means more money in your pocket. Did you know that Americans waste $24 billion worth of produce every year, which is the equivalent of $192 per household.** How awful is that? With the FreshWorks Produce Saver are so easy to use that you can simply move produce right into the FreshWorks containers after washing before refrigerating to maintain freshness for up to 80% longer. The lid filter lasts a lifetime, no replacements needed.

The Rubbermaid FreshWorks are microwave and top shelf dishwasher safe which is great because this means I don’t have to worry about the kids breaking or ruining them. They are BPA-free and available in three sizes to hold all your different produce:

  • Small (2.5 Cups): Ideal for small berries.
  • Medium (6.3 Cups): Perfect for strawberries.
  • Large (17.3 Cups): Optimal for leafy greens.

We have loved using these Rubbermaid FreshWorks containers. I love that the Rubbermaid FreshVent lid is secure but still easy to remove. My produce is staying fresher longer, well long enough for the kids to eat it all and nothing is ending up in the trash. At the end that is all that matters to me!

Keep Produce Fresher, Longer with Rubbermaid FreshWorks Produce SaverKeep Produce Fresher, Longer with Rubbermaid FreshWorks Produce Saver

If you end up using multiple containers, I like that they can stack well. Stock up on your favorite sizes to keep your produce as fresh as possible. Bonus? I find that my fridge stays more organized when using these containers too!

Keep Produce Fresher, Longer with Rubbermaid FreshWorks Produce Saver

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*Based on strawberries in FreshWorks™ containers vs. store packaging. Results may vary depending upon produce and use.
** Source: USDA 2014


  1. Jillian Too says

    I’d love to use it for fresh summer strawberries and leafy greens.

  2. Starla says

    These look and sound like great products. I love that these help prevent so much waste and spoiling. I will use these for my romaine lettuce, fresh raspberries and blackberries!

  3. Seyma Shabbir says

    I will use it for lettuce, onions, and tomatoes. This is great for making salad last longer.

  4. Kelly Nicholson says

    What produce will you use in your 3-piece set of Rubbermaid FreshWorks?

    im thinking a fruit..maybe watermelon..i dont know,i just know i need a set..

  5. jeanette sheets says

    to use for all my fresh summer watermelons for the kids snakcs

  6. DEBIJOT says

    I would use them for strawberries and cherry tomatoes.

  7. janetfaye says

    I would use these for broccoli, cauliflower, berries and watermelon.

  8. rochelle haynes says

    I would use this for mt veggies and fruit

  9. Peggy Nunn says

    I would use it for all the fresh fruits coming into season now.

  10. Dana Rodriguez says

    We eat a lot of fresh vegetables and fruit. These would be so nice to have with summer coming!

  11. Mary Beth Elderton says

    Now that it is mostly just Hubz and me at home, I have a big problem keeping produce fresh. I would use this for mixed fruit salads and lettuces.

  12. I would use them for strawberries, tomatoes and lettuce!

  13. Candice says

    I would use it for fruit mostly. We have the worst time using all our pears, strawberries, and other fruits before they go bad.

  14. Barrie says

    I would store lettuce, strawberries and blackberries. I have a hard time keeping these fresh more than a few days.

  15. Edye says

    We’d use this for strawberries!.

  16. Jeanna says

    I will keep strawberries, blueberries and lettuce in these containers!

  17. Sandy H says

    I would do berries, but also I like to prep my salad greens and have them washed and ready to use.

  18. Leela says

    Strawberries, cherries and blueberries.

  19. barbg says

    Right now I have been buying a lot of fresh strawberries and cantaloupes so that would come in handy.

  20. Terri S. says

    I’d use this 3-piece set for my red leaf lettuce, sliced strawberries and blueberries.

  21. Lauren says

    I would store blackberries.

  22. Kathy Hanley says

    I would store lettuce in the big one, spinach in one and strawberries in the last one!

  23. Barbara Montag says

    I would keep berries and greens in the Rubbermaid FreshWorks containers.
    thank you

  24. Rebecca DeMonney says

    I would love to have these, I love to buy fruits and salads during the summer, but they ruin too quick.

  25. Terra Heck says

    I’d use them to store onions, carrots, asparagus, and mushrooms. Thanks.

  26. Cindy B says

    I’d use them for lettuce, baby carrots, and cilantro.

  27. Ann Fantom says

    I would use the Rubbermaid FreshWorks to store my blueberries, strawberries and lettuce

  28. Cynthia C says

    I would use them for berries and lettuce.

  29. Christina says

    would use these for sure.

  30. Tara O. says

    I would use them for strawberries, lettuce, broccoli and red peppers!

  31. Christina Sparks says

    I put blueberries, cherries and bell peppers in them.

  32. Maureen says

    Berries and lettuce and tomatoes to name a few .

  33. Ashley C says

    Lettuce, strawberries and raspberries!

  34. Debbi Wellenstein says

    I will be storing lettuce and strawberries, and probably blueberries, too!

  35. Ty says

    I would use these for my lettuce from the garden and a variety of berries; strawberries, raspberries, blueberries.

  36. Sandra Martinez says

    I love strawberries but they do tend to go bad pretty quick.

  37. Theron Willis says

    Ice Burg Lettuce always goes bad before I can finish the head of leaves.
    Rubbermaid might due the trick.

  38. Marissa Jimenez says

    Strawberries, all berries, salads, etc

  39. Valerie Mabrey says

    I want to use it for fresh pineapple!

  40. diane says


  41. katherine Persons says

    I would use it for my berries

  42. Lizzie Smith says

    We love watermelon, but can never finish it in one go. This would be perfect for keeping it nice and juicy.

  43. Tracy Davis says

    I would use it for tomatoes.

  44. vera wilson says

    I would use cucumbers and tomatoes.

  45. cheryl s says

    I would store cut up watermelon

  46. Shelley P says

    I would use them for our berries and lettuce.

  47. Danielle Day says

    All our fruit and salad stuff…this would be amazing.

  48. Lauren U says

    I’d store strawberries, blueberries, and spinach.

  49. Charlene S. says

    I would store some of my faves like red raspberries, strawberries and baby spinach.

  50. heather s says

    I would store strawberries and lettuce

  51. paige chandler says

    I will use this for salad, berries, and hummus

  52. Sue C. says

    I’d store berries, cut up melon cubes, and lettuce.

  53. Cheryl says

    I want to use them for cucumbers, melon, strawberries, and tomatoes.

  54. Tammy Shelton says

    I will use it for my grandson’s favorite snack: baby carrots.

  55. mandi says

    I would use it to keep my Lettuce and fruits fresh

  56. Carolyn G says

    I would use it for salad greens and berries

  57. Angela Williams says

    Lettuce, strawberries and grapes would be awesome to store in them!

  58. I would use it for strawberries and blueberries

  59. I would put veggies in it

  60. Brittney House says

    I would use them for my strawberries I eat for lunch.

  61. Mary Cloud says

    I will use it for Strawberries and Blueberries

  62. Sharon Carpenter says

    I would use mine for strawberries and blackberries.

  63. Jennifer b says

    Strawberries, lettuce, all kinds of berries. Those all seem to spoil faster

  64. Denise Sachs says

    I would use it for kale and strawberries.

  65. Amy L says

    I’d use these containers for berries, lettuce, green beans, cilantro…and more.

  66. I’d probably use this first for lettuce, strawberries and possibly some blueberries too!

  67. Cheryl Chervitz says

    I would keep my blueberries, strawberries, and melons in it. It would be great not to have to waste produce.

  68. Diana C says

    Strawberries, fo sure!

  69. Wanda McHenry says

    I will use it for lettuce(s), berries, melons and green onions.

  70. Liz N says

    I’d use them for strawberries and lettuce! I hate it when those go bad before we eat them!

  71. Julie L says

    I would probably put lettuce in one and berries in another.

  72. Paula Michele Hafner says

    I would use it for berries and cut up melon.

  73. Michelle Hill says

    I would use it for our celery, broccoli and carrots I keep chopped for salads.

  74. Melissa Storms says

    I would love to have this set to hold lettuce from our garden and wild berries.

  75. Denise B. says

    I would use it for lettuce, tomatoes, and strawberries.

  76. Aubrey says

    I would use it for strawberries.

  77. Melissa Cunningham says

    I’d use it to keep my berries fresher longer

  78. Tina W says

    I would use them mostly for berries and greens.

  79. Jessica M says

    Since summer time is coming I would be using the containers to store watermelon, grapes, and pineapple for the kids.

  80. susan smoaks says

    i will put blueberries, kale and cabbage in mine if i am the lucky winner.

  81. I would put in blueberries and strawberries.

  82. Erica B. says

    Definitely lots of berries.

  83. Katie Bellamy says

    I’d keep my fruits & vegetables in them!

  84. Audrey Stewart says

    I will use these for sliced tomatoes and onions.

  85. Penny Snyder says

    I would store tomatoes in it!!~

  86. Carol says

    I would use them for strawberries, tomatoes and lettuce!

  87. Jennifer Reed says

    I would use my lettuces in the 3-piece set of Rubbermaid FreshWorks,

  88. Kristi C says

    I would use it for strawberries and blackberries.

  89. Kobi Hensley says

    Foods from our garden, lettuce and strawberries

  90. Stephanie Liske says

    I will put strawberries, and lettuce in them. I will likely put grapes in the other. 🙂

  91. Danielle says

    I would use this for strawberries and lettuce.

  92. Lisa V. says

    They’d be great for strawberries, raspberries and blueberries.

  93. Julie Hawkins says

    I would like to try these for lettuce and spinach leaves

  94. k anne says

    Berries & lettuce.

  95. Patricia Wojnar Crowley says

    We would store lots of berries in them!

  96. Aaron says

    I will use my 3-piece set of Rubbermaid FreshWorks for strawberries.

  97. Robin says

    I will store strawberries and lettuce in the containers.

    • shannon Baas says

      probably rhubarb that we are picking.

  98. Mita says

    I would use them for strawberries

  99. Elizabeth Brooks says

    My strawberries need these

  100. Tracie Cooper says

    I would love to use them to store my veggies for my weekly lunch salads!

  101. Thomas Gibson says

    Fresh blueberries and peaches.

  102. Jackie Burns says

    I would use them for lettuce and cukes.

  103. Sarah Hall says

    Since it’s strawberry season in my area, I’d be putting strawberries in these containers.

  104. Susan Christy says

    I’ll use these for my greens and berries.

  105. Dina Lindquist says

    I’d store strawberries and cherries in Rubbermaid FreshWorks Produce Savers!

  106. Kelly Grant says

    salads, strawberries, melon, berries

  107. Carolyn Daley says

    I would store berries, watermelon, and grapes in the containers.

  108. Bryan Vice says

    I would keep my lettuce for my salad and strawberries those are the two things that seem to ruin fast in our house

  109. erica hall says

    Strawberries and lettuce.

  110. LYN WILLIAMS says

    My salad ingredients. Its annoying to spend so much money on fresh vegetables and by the time you get ready to use them they are almost rotten.

  111. S. Carter says

    I will use it for strawberries and lettuce.

  112. Jessica W. says

    I will use it for my favorite fruit, strawberries.

  113. Becky VanGinkel says

    I would keep a lot of fruits and veggies in these, but I’d definitely be using them as prepackaged snack containers for the kids during summer break. I’d have Sugar Snap Pea, Carrots, Strawberries, Kiwi, Orange Slices, and Cucumbers for sure:)

  114. jeremy mclaughlin says

    Would use for strawberries.

  115. Cassandra says

    Strawberries, blueberries, grapes, broccoli, cauliflower

  116. jules m. says

    berries or grapes! they never last long enough for me to eat them 🙁

  117. Amie H says

    lettuce, blueberries, strawberries, spinach

  118. Tracy Pryor says

    I would use it for blackberries. They go bad really fast.

  119. Breanne says

    I would use them for strawberries.

  120. Kris Mihalov says

    I would use for strawberries and watermelon

  121. Kayla Klontz says

    Berries, salad, pretty much everything!

  122. Philip Lawrence says

    I will put my fresh homegrown lettuce in it.

  123. Ed says


  124. Virginia H says

    I would have strawberries, blueberries and watermelon ☺

  125. John Deal says

    I’d use it for fruit

  126. Stephanie Grant says

    I will use it for all my veggies and fruits I cut up for salads. I particularly would like to have it for cantaloupe and fresh cucumber.

  127. rhonda miotke says

    All Berries would last much longer

  128. Erin M says

    I’ll use berries and cilantro in it.

  129. Anita Jude says

    I will use it for grapes , strawberries and lettuce

  130. Kim Avery says

    My lettuce and strawberries

  131. Debbie Penney says

    Spinich, lettuce, and strawberries

  132. Janine Hwang says

    I’d put all kinds of berries in these

  133. Kathy Pease says

    I would keep lettuce,cucumbers and tomatoes

  134. Stephanie MacDonald says

    strawberries and blackberries

  135. barbara scott says

    i would use them for soft fruit like plums and strawberries they are hard to keep.

  136. Trisha Musgrave says

    I’d love to put my strawberries in them!

  137. Tracie Vandermeulen says


  138. donna porter says

    I would use for lettuce and strawberries. They seem to go bad quickly.

  139. Roxann says

    I would use it for strawberries and asparagus.

  140. Jerry Marquardt says

    I love to store blueberries and strawberries the most of all items in a sotrage system. The Rubbermaid looks like the best system around.

  141. Sand says

    I would store spinach, lettuce and various berries!

  142. Bryan E. says

    Rubbermaid FreshWorks would be perfect for storing our weekly supply of blueberries, spinach, and peppers !

  143. Trisha McKee says

    I will keep my blue berries in there to keep them fresher longer.

  144. Debra Jensen says

    I definitley would use it for strawberries!

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