More and more people are changing the way they think about plastic and how they use plastic especially. However, not many people are aware of the negative consequences of plastic within our bodies.

By switching to environmentally friendly food storage methods, you won't only be making a positive impact on the environment, but you'll also be making a positive impact on your body. 

With that being said, here are a few eco-friendly ways to store your fruits, vegetables, and leftovers. 

Reusable Produce Bags

If you're looking for a way to keep your greens fresh, try a reusable produce bag. EcoRoots zero waste produce bags are made out of organic textile standards cotton, which makes this an excellent choice for the eco-friendly individual. 

These bags can be washed in a washing machine and are 100% biodegradable. You can put fruits, veggies, and bulk dry ingredients in them. 

Mesh Grocery Bags

Mesh bags have perforated holes for breathability, making them perfect for thicker-skinned vegetables and fruits like apples and oranges or root vegetables. You can also use these for shopping or simply for storing fresh produce at home. 

Food Containers

When choosing food containers, you want to make sure it lasts you for a long time. Opt for a high-quality container that is glass and free of BPAs. Additionally, it's essential you go for airtight food containers for optimal freshness.