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Add Life to Your Mushrooms
- Load the bag with the heartiest vegetables and root vegetables on the bottom.
- Fragile items, like asparagus and cucumbers, go on the top to avoid bruising.
- If you need to store a bunch of leafy greens, reach for the Vegetable Bag.
Why It Works
- The hollow fibers absorb & hold moisture while staying air-permeable.
- Unlike cotton, linen has a natural resistance to bacteria & mold.
- Creates the ideal condition to extend the shelf-life of vegetables in the fridge.
Simple to Clean
- Machine or hand wash in warm water without fabric softener.
- Lay out to air dry.
- Launder every two weeks or between uses.
How to Use
- Rinse vegetables.
- Place in the bag while wet.
- Zip shut.
- Store in the crisper drawer.
- Enjoy for up to 3 weeks!
Flax linen takes less energy to grow and process, using fewer inputs and less irrigation when compared to cotton.
Linen absorbs and holds on to moisture better than other organic fibers, so it keeps produce hydrated longer.
The fiber is also highly breathable, allowing more oxygen in, and more ethylene out.
What People Are Saying
Our partnership with Ecodrive guarantees that a tree is planted with every purchase. This helps offset the CO2 created from the flax field through the supply chain and into your fridge.
Frequently Asked Questions - Mushroom Bag
Due to the air-permeability of the weave, the mushrooms are well-ventilated and protected from other elements in your fridge.
With very few exceptions, all commercially available mushrooms and most foraged edible mushrooms will work.
We recommend gently brushing any residue on the mushrooms instead of washing them.