If you are just doing a quick splish-splash rinse and serve type of wash routine of your fruits and vegetables, it’s time to break the bad habit and do it the right way. Why? Many hands handle your food before it ends up in yours. Animal waste can potentially live in the nooks and crannies of your produce. Some veggies are even bigger offenders of harboring bacteria, think broccoli. All those crevices can hang on to yuck that you definitely don’t want to be eating or feeding to your kids. I am the world’s most un-germaphobic person ever, so getting into a habit of using the Norwex Fresh Produce Wash was a bonafide effort for me.
Like I really need ANOTHER thing to clean around this place.
Non-toxic, plant-based, with no sulfates or phosphates, this Norwex product will also EXTEND THE LIFE of your produce like vinegar cannot. According to various estimates, American families throw out between 14 and 25 percent of the food and beverages they buy. This can cost the average family between $1,365 to $2,275 annually. If you are buying organic produce, or any produce for that matter, the last thing you want to do is toss your food into the garbage because it’s spoiled. That’s always a stab in the heart when you dump food in the trash can.
How to use? Dilute 1/2 oz in 2 cups of water and soak. You can also make this into a spray, but I think a simple soak is more effective for most produce. A little goes a long way, a bottle lasts my family over 6 months, and we do smoothies daily.
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