So, as you probably know by now, I’m typically pretty doubtful of claims made by marketing campaigns. So when I was sent these BluApples that were supposed to keep fruit and vegetables fresher, I was not too confident they would actually work.
However, after keeping them in our fridge for the last month, I’ve been pretty impressed. I can keep fruit and veggies fresh for one or two weeks longer than I usually could, thanks to BluApple. Not only does this mean that we have less waste, but it also allows me to buy ahead when I find a great fruit and vegetable deal.
It costs $9.95 to purchase the starter kit. The year supply refill kit is also $9.95. If you eat a lot of fruit and veggies and have trouble with them going bad before you can eat them, it may very well save you quite a bit more to invest in a BluApple. (You’ll want to do the math to determine whether or not it would actually save you enough money to merit paying for it.) If you do end up purchasing a BluApple and you find that it doesn’t live up to your expectations, they offer a money back guarantee.
To enter to win a free BluApple Starter Set plus a 12-month refill, just click on the graphic below and type in your name and email address. This giveaway ends Friday, September 16, at 11:59 pm, CST.
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