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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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One way to save on food is to just not let it go bad.  I recently learned about a new product through our Organic Living Journey guest post series that I’m excited to provide a giveaway for today!

A major reason that we throw out our produce is because it spoils from the ethylene gas given off by living plants, especially fruits and vegetables.  The Bluapple prolongs produce freshness making it last longer so you don’t have to throw away as much produce.  It does not release any gas or chemical, but only absorbs, constantly removing this harmful gas from your produce storage area.  Now that produce is so expensive, we like to try to make it last as long as possible, which makes The Bluapple a very beneficial product!

The Bluapple says that there are three key elements to long produce life:

a) temperature – keeping produce cold;
b) humidity – using vented plastic bags to keep a moist, but not wet environment;
c) ethylene gas management – using the Bluapple.

Disruption of any one of these elements will cause premature spoilage.

One Bluapple should last you about 3 months, and a two-pack costs $9.95 or the 12-month refill kit costs $9.95.  You can buy them in grocery stores like The Whole Foods Market or online at The Bluapple.

To stay up-to-date on The Bluapple, be sure to follow them on Facebook.

The Giveaway:

The Bluapple is giving a two-pack to 20 Southern Savers readers.

To Enter:

Leave your information in the Google Form below.

    • me, me! :) loving this series, amy!

    • Lynn Kramer

      This is great! I cut back on my fresh produce because it’s just been so hard to keep it from spoiling before I can eat it. This sounds like it would help me add back in a few things. :-)

    • Heather

      I like your little survey question. The majority of my (small) food budget goes to fresh produce. Using coupons allows me to keep my spending on packaged food down so we can splurge on all the fresh fruit my boys beg me for. :)

    • Sandy

      I have been getting a basket of fruit and vegetables every other Saturday for over 18 months….it is wonderful to try new things…you never know just what is coming but it is all ways fresh. the price has stayed at $16.50. It is called Bountiful Basket …you can look it up to see if they deliver in your town..

    • Sandy

      I have been getting a basket of fruit and vegetables every other Saturday for over 18 months….it is wonderful to try new things…you never know just what is coming but it is all ways fresh. the price has stayed at $16.50. It is called Bountiful Basket …you can look it up to see if they deliver in your town..

    • Kim Mele

      Sounds like an awesome product!!!!! I am keeping my fingers crossed!!!! : )

    • I’d love to try this product! Very interesting concept!

    • I’d love to try this product! Very interesting concept!

    • alicia kelley

      What an awesome product

    • Heibilicious

      Love this product it will save my family money, which is amazing!

    • Heibilicious

      Love this product it will save my family money, which is amazing!

    • serena

      I have a 7 month old and between baby food and solids we try using all the fruit and vegs but it doesn’t always work. I have found myself throwing away more than we used to, this would really help!