Rubbermaid FreshWorks Produce Savers Giveaway Event

I have one of Rubbermaid’s older produce savers and I love it. Need to get some more!

Welcome to the Rubbermaid™ FreshWorks Produce Savers Giveaway
This giveaway is inspire by the Rubbermaid FreshWorks Produce Saver #LongLiveProduce Challenge that was done by Erinn at Parenting Healthy. 
Win Rubbermaid™ FreshWorks Produce Savers 3 Piece Set! (on Amazon today for $43.93)

Link may be affiliate. Open to US and ends on 7/4. Good luck! Prize fulfilled by sponsor. Parenting Healthy nor any participating Blogger is responsible for fulfillment. Expect prize in 4-8 weeks from winning notification. Winner will be emailed by Parenting Healthy (Erinn).


  1. Colleen Maurina says

    Their Egg Keepers also intrigue me because my family loves deviled eggs!

  2. Michelle Castagne says

    The products intrigue me because they keep produce fresh
    up to 80% longer. I love that!

  3. Jill Hanson says

    I really like these new produce keepers, so you don’t have waste. I have purchased Rubbermaid for years, they even use to have home parties like tupperware.

  4. Allison Swain says

    I like that they are BPA free.

    Thank you for the chance to win

  5. Sue Hull says

    What I like is that I can save a lot of money using these. Strawberries are hard to keep fresh so Id love to own some of these to keep them fresh twice as long. Rubbermaid is a name I trust. Thank you for the chance 🙂

  6. rochelle haynes says

    I like the Premier
    it looks nice

  7. Sherry Compton says

    I’m intrigued with the idea of keeping produce 80% longer. We eat a lot from broccoli to carrots to strawberries, lettuce, and spinach. It would be nice to keep fresher longer.

  8. Joyce Baker says

    I wasn’t aware that Rubbermaid carried more than just food savers.

  9. Kathy Lane says

    What intrigues me is the CrispTray that elevates produce away from moisture
    and promotes airflow to help prevent
    spoilage of food.

  10. monique s. says

    I love that they help extend the life of fresh produce by 80%

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