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Tuesday, April 27, 2010

WIN - Eat Cleaner


EAT CLEANERTM consumer and commercial products are laboratory-tested and proven to remove up to 99.9% of pesticide residues, waxes and dirt that can carry bacteria from commercially and organically grown produce. EAT CLEANERTM also removes surface debris from seafood and poultry and effectively cleans food preparation and cutting surfaces to help deter cross contamination. Additionally, EAT CLEANERTM helps inhibit food browning while prolonging the shelf life of fresh produce.

EAT CLEANERTM Attributes:


Effectively removes pesticides, waxes and dirt that can carry bacteria from commercially and organically grown produce. Also removes surface debris that can carry bacteria from seafood and poultry.

Inhibits browning of light fleshed fruit and vegetables and prolongs shelf life, helping consumers save money

Safely cleans countertops and cutting surfaces around uncooked produce, seafood and poultry.

Does not alter the natural flavor and smell of foods and leaves no residue.

Available in a ready-to-use spray and innovative wipes.

Low-impact packaging featuring recyclable plastic bottles, compostable substrate and concentrate refills.


EAT CLEANERTM is a complete line of consumer and commercial solutions, including:

Ready-to-Use Fruit + Vegetable Wash // Concentrate Fruit + Vegetable Wash Refill: Just spray and soak for 2 minutes, then rinse.

Ready-to-Use Seafood + Poultry Wash // Concentrate Seafood + Poultry Wash Refill: Just spray and soak for 2 minutes, then rinse.

Grab ‘n Go Fruit + Vegetable Wipes: Cleans the surface of fruit + vegetables without the need to rinse with water. Encourages healthy snacking on the go.

Wash + Dryer Kit: Features EAT CLEANERTM BPA-free ‘wash + dryer’ to clean and dry produce plus 4 oz. Fruit + Vegetable Wash Concentrate and an EAT CLEANERTM





WIN: 24/7 MOMS and eat Cleaner are giving away one set that includes
1 bottle seafood and poultry cleaner
1 bottle fruit and vegetable cleaner
1 Grab-n -Go pack

Enter for your chance to win:

Click here to watch The Eat Cleaner video, answer the three questions below the follow the instructions to enter to WIN


Name 3 things Eat Cleaner removes from fresh food that water can’t.
On average, how many sets of hands touch fresh produce before we eat it?
Does organic produce need to be washed with Eat Cleaner and why?

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13 Comments:

Anonymous Bonnie said...

I am an email subscriber bottmar@comcast.net

April 27, 2010 at 8:24 PM  
Blogger Moonpie said...

I am a subscriber.
Name 3 things Eat Cleaner removes from fresh food that water can’t -
pesticides waxes & E coli

On average, how many sets of hands touch fresh produce before we eat it? -
20 sets of hands

Does organic produce need to be washed with Eat Cleaner and why?-
Because organic standards support the recycling of animal feces, fecal residue is on organic vegetables.

After spending a night in the ER after eating caulilflower I had washed throughly, I have been looking for something that can really protect us. This sounds great.

April 27, 2010 at 8:51 PM  
Blogger LindyLouMac said...

Calling by from blogfrog, interesting post.

April 28, 2010 at 5:33 AM  
Blogger Terri said...

already an email subscriber Ziggywag at Yahoo dot com

1. 99.9+% of Salmonella and E.coli and wax

2. over 20

3. According to the CDC, fresh manure used to fertilize vegetables can also contaminate them, as is practiced with organically grown foods. Animal feces are the source of many of today's life-threatening foodborne illnesses, particularly E.coli. Because organic standards support the recycling of animal feces as a method of improving soil fertility in croplands, fecal residue on organically grown produce requires attention.

April 28, 2010 at 5:38 AM  
Anonymous staceyk said...

already a subscriber.
snakan0 at hotmail dot com

April 28, 2010 at 11:36 AM  
Blogger herblady said...

I am a subscriber.

hrbeck_98 (at) yahoo (dot) com

April 28, 2010 at 3:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am a subscriber. tpbellstore@verizon.net
e.coli, wax, pesticide
20
fecal residue on organic

April 29, 2010 at 5:27 AM  
Anonymous Gary said...

I am an email subscriber sodaott@hotmail.com

I am a subscriber.
Name 3 things Eat Cleaner removes from fresh food that water can’t -
pesticides, E coli and waxes - I noticed in the video how much brighter and appetizing the food was

On average, how many sets of hands touch fresh produce before we eat it? -
20 sets of hands and I think up to 50 pesticides - wow

Does organic produce need to be washed with Eat Cleaner and why?-
Because organic standards support the recycling of animal feces, fecal residue is on organic vegetables. That is a little scary

I was aware of some of this information but certainly feel enlightened. Thank you

April 29, 2010 at 12:33 PM  
Blogger GoldenOrchard said...

Q1.E.coli, Wax, and 99.9% of Salmonella

Q2. Over 20 hands touch produce before we eat it

Q3. Yes, organic produce definitely needs to be washed w/ eat cleaner before being eaten to remove animal fecal residue

goldengoddiss09(at)gmail(dot)com

April 30, 2010 at 5:10 PM  
Blogger GoldenOrchard said...

email subscriber

goldengoddiss09(at)Gmail(dot)com

April 30, 2010 at 5:12 PM  
Blogger Angela said...

Removes E coli, wax, and pesticides.

More than 20 hands touch produce on average...yuck!

Yes, you should wash organic produce too! My dad nearly died from eating non-washed veggies!

I subscribe via email:
veniceangel@hotmail.com

May 4, 2010 at 8:34 PM  
Blogger Bonita12 said...

email subscriber
bwalker1123 at gmail dot com

salmonella, E. Coli, and wax
over 20 hands
yes, to remove animal feces

May 6, 2010 at 1:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am a subscriber

1. Ecoli, Wax, and pestisides
2. More than 20 hands on average
3. Yes it does to remove harmful residue like animal feces

charice2007@yahoo.com

May 7, 2010 at 11:43 AM  

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