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Eat Cleaner is a Must-Have for Your Kitchen

Written by Leigh Neely

The sample of Eat Cleaner is one of the most exciting products I’ve received in a long time. I did my own test and was pleasantly surprised.

On the first Saturday, I brought fresh yellow squash, zucchini, strawberries, cherry tomatoes, and grapes. I washed most of them in Eat Cleaner but kept one squash, one zucchini, some grapes, tomatoes, and strawberries unwashed. I put all of the produce in the crisper drawer and didn’t look at it until the next Saturday.

It was immediately evident that the fruit washed in Eat Cleaner still looked like it was fresh. The fruit and vegetables were firm and still had their bright color. There was no evidence of softening or spots. They looked like I had just brought it home.

The food not washed was softer, the color was dull, and the zucchini and squash were slightly wrinkled and flexible. Even my husband was shocked at the difference in the washed and unwashed food.

Eat Cleaner was created by founder Chef Mareya. It is tasteless, odorless, and has been lab tested for safety and use. Studies have proven it is more effective than plain water in cleaning wax, pesticide residues, and bacteria from commercially grown food and even organic fruits and vegetables.

I have proven myself that it extends shelf life, which means you can feel comfortable leaving food in the fridge longer. You won’t have to waste food by throwing out grapes that are squishy or cooking apples you’d rather eat raw.

For more information on Eat Cleaner, check out their website at www.eatcleaner.com and get all the facts on their products. They have wipes, sprays, and powders like I used. In addition, you’ll find great recipes on the site.

I highly recommend Eat Cleaner as a product to keep your food safer and save money.

About the author

Leigh Neely

Leigh Neely began her writing career with a weekly newspaper in the Florida panhandle, where she not only did the writing but delivered the papers to the post office and dispensers. She has been writing ever since for a variety of newspapers and magazines from New Jersey to Leesburg. With her writing partner, Jan Powell, Leigh has published two novels as Neely Powell.

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