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Made by a Kiwi company, ExtraFresh sachets absorb the ethylene gas naturally produced by fruit and veggies. The build-up of ethylene gas in enclosed spaces, such as the fridge veggie drawer, speeds up the ripening process which makes produce spoil faster.
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How does it work? The granules inside each ExtraFresh sachet attract and absorb ethylene to purify the air. The sachet is made out of a moisture resistant material and printed using vegetable-based inks. When the sticker on the front of the sachet is peeled off, this activates the granules, and can be used in vegetable crispers of fridges, chilly bins and other enclosed spaces where fresh produce is stored.
ExtraFresh sachets cost $5 each, last two months, are BioGro certified and safe to use with organic produce. They're available at the ExtraFresh website and Farro Fresh stores.