My latest Smarter Food column in the Washington Post highlights FreshPaper, an innovative new product that helps your produce last longer in the fridge.
FreshPaper looks like small, square paper towels. They are infused with a mixture of organic spices and botanicals that inhibit bacterial and fungal growth and extend the life of quickly perishable produce. One sheet of maple-scented FreshPaper helped my basket of very ripe strawberries last more than a week in the fridge. A sheet tossed into a plastic bag with cilantro helped the herb last about 10 days.
Read all about it and the super-smart 27-year-old who invented it, Kavita Shukla, on the Washington Post. Distribution is ramping up fast. But wherever you are, you can buy it on FreshPaper’s site, www.fenugreen.com