Vegetables in a basket
How to store vegetables
Some vegetables will keep for months, while others are good for only a couple of days.
The storage times listed below are for vegetables that are kept in the refrigerator.
Asparagus; 1 or 2 days
Lima Beans and String Beans 3-5 days
Beets 1-2 weeks, remove the greens
Broccoli or 2 days>
Brussel Sprouts and Cabbage 1-2 weeks
Carrots and Celery 3-5 days
Cauliflower and Corn 1-2 days (do not husk)
Cucumbers 3-5 days
Eggplant 1-2 days
Greens, Mushrooms and Okra 3-5 days
Onions - Several months- Room temp with air circulation
Scallions 1-2 days
Peas and Peppers - 3-5 days
Potatoes - Several months- dark, dry place with air circulation
Summer Squash 3-5 days
Winter Squash Several months-Cool, Dry Place
Sweet Potatoes Several Months-Room temperature.
Tomatoes Several Weeks (refrigerated, uncovered)
The Shelf Life of Foods
How Long Should you Keep Food in the Pantry?
Peak Fresh produce bags remove ethylene gas to prolong the life and freshness of produce, more than doubling the life expectancy of refrigerated fruits and vegetables.
Most fruit and vegetables release ethylene gas after harvest. Exposure to the gas accelerates aging in fruit and vegetables (the expression one bad apple spoils the barrel comes from this process).
Unlike ordinary plastic bags, Peak Fresh produce bags breathe so that damaging gases produced by the fresh produce are removed. Our bags minimize moisture formation and inhibit bacteria growth which helps maintain fruit and vegetables at their peak.
Our bags maintain Vitamin C levels. To use the produce bag, pre-cool warm fruit and vegetables in refrigerator before storing in bag. Use a separate bag for each type of produce.
Produce to be stored should be fresh, dry and undamaged. Expel air from the bag and close using the enclosed ties and store in the refrigerator.
Bags should be washed and dried thoroughly before re-use and can be re-used for up to two months. Keep bags away from fire and children.
Peak Fresh Re-Usable Produce Bags, Set of 10
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This set of 5 reusable produce bags has everything you need to reign in those awesome artichokes, tangy tangerines, perfect peaches, and more.
You'll find a ton of uses for them outside the market as well.
They make the perfect little stashing place for travel toiletries, shoes, or other little odds and ends.
flip and tumble 5-Pack Reusable Produce Bags
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Large crate is designed to store many small items and can also be used as a drop file holder.
Easy to carry handles are built directly into solid wood ends and sanded smooth.
Crates have a sanded natural wood finish.
Built from high quality spruce or pine not a soft white wood offered at some of the local discount stores.
This light weight crate is durable, versatile, and a cost effective storage container or display rack.
Wood Storage Crate