Apeel Avocados: How to store
Apeel is a family of plant-derived coatings that fresh food growers, suppliers, and retailers use to keep produce fresh. Produce with Apeel stays fresh two to three times longer, which promotes more sustainable growing practices, better quality food, and less food waste for everyone. For grower...
Apeel Organic Apples: How to store
For a cooling snack, store in the crisper drawer in your refrigerator.
If you are planning on eating your apples in 2-3 days, keep them out of direct sunlight in a cool, dark place to help them stay crisp before eating.
To keep through winter, freezing is an option. Peel, core and slice apples....
Black Sapote: how to store
During ripening: store on the counter in room temperature for up to 7 days.
After ripening: if not ready to eat, store in the fridge for 3-5 days.
Later use: Remove seeds and scoop out flesh of ripe black sapote into a freezer-safe bag or into ice cube trays to keep for up to 6 months.
Caviar limes: How to store
Your caviar limes limes have the longest shelf life when stored in a vented container in the fridge. Or, pour them out of the bag directly into a clean crisper drawer in the fridge.
Caviar limes can keep for up to a year when frozen. To freeze, put whole caviar limes into a sealed container that...
Cherimoya: How to store
It really depends. Here are some things to think about:
You plan on eating it now
If you plan on eating your cherimoya within 1 day of receiving it, keep it on the counter and eat within 24 hours.
You plan on eating it in a couple days
As a tropical fruit, cherimoyas love 55 degree or warmer te...
Dragon Fruit: How to store
You have storage options!
Countertop: Dragon Fruit arrives to you ripe and ready to eat. Please do not leave on the counter. It is best to put any fruit you’re not ready to eat, directly in the fridge.
Refrigerated: Refrigerating your Dragon Fruit will slow down the ripening process. You can wra...
Dried Jujubes: How to store
Here’s how to store your Dried Jujubes and Golden Raisins:
Keep Dried Jujubes and Golden Raisins in a cool, dry space, such as a cabinet.
Refrigeration is not necessary.
To maximize the shelf life of Dried Jujubes and Golden Raisins after opening, place them in tightly sealed airtight container ...
Garlic scapes: How to store
To store garlic scapes, bundle them together with a rubber band and store in an airtight bag in the refrigerator for up to 3 weeks.
Garlic scapes can also be chopped, placed in a freezer-safe bag and stored frozen for up to one year.
Garlic scapes can also be pickled and fermented to keep long ...
Heritage Garlic: How to store
To keep your garlic fresh, follow these tips:
Keep out of direct sunlight
Do not store in the refrigerator - it will start to sprout!
Allow garlic to breath - do not place in airtight container or plastic bag
For long-term storage (6-8 months), place in a cool and dry, dark pantry, cupboard or c...
Inga Bean: How to store
Inga beans have a shelf life of just 2-3 days when left on the countertop. Refrigerate them in a breathable wrapping and inga beans can keep fresh for a few weeks.
Longan: How to store
Ripe longan can be stored on the counter at room temperature for a few days. They will last in a plastic bag in your refrigerator for about a week. You can also freeze whole, unpeeled longans in a plastic bag in the freezer for up to a year.
Lychee: How to store
When your FruitStand shipment of lychee fruits arrive, they will already be ripe. Lychee can be stored on the countertop for only a day or so, so we recommend refrigerating them to retain freshness for longer. Plus, they’re extra tasty when they’re cold! Lychee will keep fresh in the refrigerator...
Passion Fruit: How to store
Here’s how to keep your passion fruit fresh
You may not need this if you eat them all in one sitting!
On the countertop:
Your passion fruit should be ripe upon arrival, but there might be some variation fruit to fruit. Eat the wrinkly ones first (wrinkles are good and usually mean the fruit is...
Pomegranate: How to store
Here’s how to store your Pomegranates:
Store whole, uncut Pomegranates in a cool, dry place or in the refrigerator for up to 1 month.
Store the seeds separately in an air-tight container in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.
Frozen seeds can be stored in the freezer for several months. To freez...
Sapodilla: How to store
Sapodilla tastes best when stored at room temperature. Store on the counter for a few days to ripen as needed. Sapodilla should be consumed quickly after ripening as they tend to lose their flavor after refrigeration. As needed you can store ripe Sapodilla in a plastic bag in the refrigerator. Be...
Turmeric: How to store
Turmeric rhizomes will stay fresh in the fridge for up to six months in an airtight bag or container.
You can also freeze your turmeric to make it last even longer. Simply scrub off any dirt and store in an airtight container or freezer bag.
White Guava: How to store
Unripe White Guava can be stored at room temperature. They will be greenish and firm. Note that guavas are extremely perishable! Once ripe, store uneaten White Guava in the fridge for 3-4 days.
Freeze whole, cut or peeled White Guava to keep fresh for up to one year. Store in an airtight cont...
White Kaua'i pineapple: How to store
This pineapple is best eaten within a few days, but you can store it whole in the refrigerator for up to a week.
Cut white Kaua’i pineapple will keep in the refrigerator for up to a week but it's best to eat right away.
Or, put cut pineapple chunks into airtight containers or freezer bags then ...
Yuzu: How to store
Yuzu can be kept at room temperature for up to 1 week. Please note that this method will speed up the ripening. For storage up to 2 weeks, store Yuzu in the fruit crisper drawer of your refrigerator.
It is not recommended to freeze whole Yuzu. For what doesn’t get used in your first recipe you c...