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  • Writer's pictureKelcie Krafts

Tupperware Fridgesmarts- A Must Have For Fresh Produce- ON SALE

Updated: Jun 1, 2023


Stack of Fridgesmarts with my produce in them. Green onions, strawberries, lettuce and little squash.

It is summer time! That means it's garden season! I love keeping fresh fruits and vegetables stocked in the fridge but I hate how quickly they can go bad. Over a year ago I found a wonderful product made by Tupperware called Fridgesmarts! I love them for fresh salad mix! I have made salad mix last up to three weeks before using these containers! Less waste means more $$$!


Fresh strawberries in open fridge smart

From Tupperware Website- Keep your produce fresher, longer!

Storage of fruits and vegetables have been researched extensively by top food scientists from the University of Florida and Tupperware to develop a line of intelligent containers.​

The Tupperware ACE (Atmosphere Controlled Environment) system creates the optimal environment to keep fruits and vegetables fresh longer.

FridgeSmart Containers have a special three-way venting system that helps regulate the atmosphere inside the container by balancing the flow of oxygen coming in and carbon dioxide going out. ​

Slider can be used in 3 different positions:

  • Half Open: When the slider tab is aligned with the half circle on the pictogram, the small opening in the seal is open for light venting.​

  • Closed: When the slider tab is aligned with the fully etched circle in the middle of the pictogram, both openings in the seal are closed.​

  • Fully Open: When the slider tab is aligned with the hollow, glossy circle on the pictogram, the big opening in the seal is open for full venting.​

What’s more?

  • The handy produce chart to identify the venting slider position is printed within the layers of the refrigerator storage container so it won’t fade or wash off over time.

  • The lid is easy to open thanks to the tab in the corner.

  • The built-in grid at the bottom of the base keeps contents away from moisture and ensures air circulation around food.

  • When they are not in use, they can nested for compact storage, even between different sizes.


Fridgesmart English Chart of Produce

You can easily scan a QR Code that is located on the side of each container and it will pull up this handy chart that shows you how the produce needs to be vented.



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