How to keep your fruit fresh in the fridge for WEEKS


How to keep your fruit fresh in the fridge for WEEKS: This one storage trick will save you a fortune on grocery shopping

  • Woman shares ‘game changing’ way she stores fruit inside her fridge for weeks
  • She keeps fruit fresh inside mason jars rather than the store’s plastic containers
  • Hundreds agreed that the method is by far the best and say they swear by it
  • Although many shared that the secret is to not wash the fruit only before eating  

A woman has shared the ‘game changing’ way she stores fruit inside her fridge for weeks, saving her a fortune on groceries. 

Sandra, 25, stores fruit inside mason jars rather than keeping them inside the plastic containers from the supermarket. 

The fruit stays fresher, juicier and crisper for two weeks longer than if it were stored in plastic containers due to less oxygen.

How to keep your fruit fresh in the fridge for WEEKS

A woman has shared the ‘game changing’ way she stores fruit inside her fridge that has wowed thousands, she stores fruit inside mason jars and they stay fresh for weeks

‘I tried it and will never go back, it keeps the fruit fresh forever,’ she wrote. 

Sandra shared the hack with thousands on Facebook and many revealed that they too follow the same storage method.

‘This really does work! Works well for cut fruit and vegetables too,’ a Facebook user wrote. 

‘Have done this for years, fruit stays as fresh as they day you buy it due to no moisture getting inside the jar,’ another wrote. 

‘I store all my fresh herbs from my garden in mason jars too and a big glass jar full of water will keep your avocadoes fresh for weeks,’ a third wrote. 

Others shared how they store their fruit inside mason jars and revealed the secret is not to wash them or add water. 

'Have done this for years, fruit stays as fresh as they day you buy it due to no moisture getting inside the jar,' another wrote

‘Have done this for years, fruit stays as fresh as they day you buy it due to no moisture getting inside the jar,’ another wrote

‘Don’t use any water. For cut cucumber, onions and capsicum I just cut the sides and have them against the glass. They last ages either way,’ one wrote. 

‘No water is needed! But I do throw a paper towel into my jar for the lettuce,’ another wrote. 

‘Only wash the fruit before you are going to eat it. Absolute lifesaver this trick is,’ a third wrote.  



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