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Registered: ‎03-10-2010

Re: Anyone have experience with Debbie Meyer green boxes?

I have the Ultra Lite boxes and have had great luck with them, especially with vegetables. Mine have been through the dishwasher many times and show no wear and tear.

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Registered: ‎05-05-2010

Re: Anyone have experience with Debbie Meyer green boxes?

I've seen those green produce bags from time to time at my local grocery store too. I kind of wondered if they were the technology to extend freshness, but I am pretty skeptical that my grocery store would offer something like that without an extra cost. I figured that they were just the same bags with some color added.

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Registered: ‎10-04-2010

Re: Anyone have experience with Debbie Meyer green boxes?

On 7/11/2014 esmerelda said:

qualitygal...there have been green bags in my stores many times. I never thought they might be different from the clear ones. Do you think the color makes a difference? Because otherwise, as far as I can tell, they're the same as the clear ones.

Gee esmerelda, I'm not sure, it just seemed like a first to me. You could be perfectly right on this, I have no idea.

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Registered: ‎09-30-2010

Re: Anyone have experience with Debbie Meyer green boxes?

I take a sheet of aluminum foil for my celery and wrap it up completely with a double fold down the long seam and again at each short end. It definitely helps the celery to last must longer.

I have used the Myers green bags, but you have to remember to not mix them up--say bananas versus onions or cheese or whatever and my house mate kept mixing them up so I gave up on them.

I love my food saver and fresh saver for most everything else. Much less "science projects" in the fridge and no freezer burn in the freezer compartment. Great investment, one of my best QVC purchases.