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NEW Rubbermaid FreshWorks Containers (+GIVEAWAY)

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post for SheSpeaks/Rubbermaid®.

I get frustrated by how fast my fruits and veggies go bad after getting them back from the store. Anyone who knows me understands that I cook a lot and for a lot of the vegetables I use I have to drive 40 minutes from my home just to find them. Unlike my friends’ you’ll find more Asian inspired things in my refrigerator. For instance, this weekend we are heading to Orlando to buy some bean sprouts, Thai basil, and Chinese eggplant to make a rice noodle dish similar to drunken noodles. After investing time and money picking up my ingredients in Orlando, I need to know that what I store my stuff in is going to keep it fresh throughout the week. This week we got to test out the NEW Rubbermaid FreshWorks produce saver containers.

The new sizes of the Rubbermaid FreshWorks mean you can store even more of your favorites while keeping your produce fresh up to 80% longer*.  The patented Rubbermaid FreshVentTM technology features the revolutionary built-in FreshVent™ lid and it naturally regulates the flow of oxygen and CO2. This environment is optimal when it comes to keeping produce fresh longer. When you couple that with the CrispTrayTM at the bottom it really reduces spoilage because it elevates produce away from moisture and promotes proper airflow. These are things that keep my produce fresher longer now. I love saving money! 

FreshWorks is dishwasher safe, BPA-free and Made in the USA. The new sizes include:

  • Lare Square (11.1 Cups): Perfect for Tomatoes
  • Long Rectangle (8.4 Cups): Great for asparagus or green onions
  • Small Rectangle (4.0 Cups): Will keep your green beans fresh or great for ginger
  • Small (2.5 Cups): Ideal for small berries
  • Medium (6.3 Cups): Perfect for strawberries or fresh herbs
  • Large (17.3 Cups): Optimal for leafy greens

Rubbermaid FreshWorks Giveaway

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I hope you will enjoy the new sizes. I know they are perfect for our needs! I can’t wait to try the Large one for leafy greens to store my Napa cabbage!  What will you store in yours?

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


  1. I like that FreshVent technology keeps produce fresh
    up to 80% longer.

  2. I would love to store strawberries in mine.

  3. Christopher Sorel says

    the membrane does not need to be replaced

  4. nicki joseph says

    I learned that condensation inside means the product is working.

  5. CrispTray elevates produce away from moisture.

  6. we throw away 23 billion dollars a year worth of produce

  7. Mary Ambrosino says

    I will store my lemons in m ine. I always buy a bag and end up having throwing half of them away before I can use them.

  8. Mary Ambrosino says

    I can save $192.00 per year.

  9. Seyma Shabbir says

    Americans waste $24 billion worth of produce annually, $192 per household that could be saved every year by using FreshWorks™.

  10. elizabeth miller says

    i learned , “Americans waste 23 billion year because it spoils before we can eat it. That’s 187 pounds per household. Our unique design creates the optimal environment to keep produce fresh.”

  11. If you see condensation, the containers are working.

  12. Donna Crombie says

    I would love to try these. Tired of losing produce.

  13. I learned that you shouldn’t was or cut your produce before putting it in the containers.

  14. dianne hall says

    The containers are non toxic & also BPA free.

  15. The fresh vent membrane will last and doesn’t need to be replaced. These look wonderful!

  16. I learned Americans waste an average of $192 a year on wasted produce.

  17. I see that if there is condensation inside the container, it means the product is working.

  18. I love mine! I’ve never had strawberries last this long before!

  19. Saving $192 yearly is amazing!!!

  20. Americans throw away $24 billion in produce every year.

  21. I’m impressed that they have kale in them on their website – I know kale can be quite finicky to store so now I’m excited because I grow kale in my gardren!

  22. jeremy mclaughlin says

    The containers are non toxic.

  23. Visited and learned FreshVent™ membrane never needs to be removed or replaced.

  24. Nannypanpan says

    We waste 187 lbs of produce a year, these would help

  25. I learned that the FreshVent membrane doesn’t need to be removed or replaced.

  26. rochelle haynes says

    I learned that Americans throw away
    $24 billion worth of produce
    each year. That’s $192 per
    household that could be saved
    every year by using FreshWorks™.

  27. Stephanie Grant says

    I learned that condensation inside means the product is working.

  28. Julie Terry says

    I learned that Americans throw away lots of produce. Wow! That I could save $192 a year using this product. And love that they are non-toxic, and will last.

  29. I would like to store my fruit salad in it

  30. Juanita May says

    CrispTray elevates produce away from moisture.

  31. I’d store my collard greens in it

  32. Christine Weary says

    They are non toxic