Good, Clean Food

One surefire way to lose your appetite is to consider the bacteria, pesticides and other chemicals that could be lingering on the surface of your fruits, vegetables and meats. For peace of mind and a clean plate, we’re reaching for Eat Cleaner all-natural food washes and wipes. These tasteless and odorless cleaners are designed for produce, seafood and poultry. They can strip away wax and pesticides from produce; remove surface debris from seafood and poultry; and cleanse food preparation surfaces to help deter cross contamination. In lab tests, Eat Cleaner products have been found to remove more than 99.9% of Salmonella and E.coli from the surface of food. They also can help prolong the shelf life of fresh produce. Mareya Ibrahim, a food industry veteran and food safety advocate, and her father Dr. Shawki Ibrahim, emeritus professor at Colorado State University, are the creators of the Eat Cleaner lineup. The washes and wipes use a blend of plant-based ingredients, including citric acid, sodium citrate, calcium ascorbate (an antioxidant that helps prolong shelf life), sea salt and vegetable glycerin. Water alone doesn’t remove most pesticides and waxes, which can trap harmful substances. For a better cleanse -- we’re sticking with Eat Cleaner.

Eat Cleaner

All Natural Food Wash

Good, Clean Food

One surefire way to lose your appetite is to consider the bacteria, pesticides and other chemicals that could be lingering on the surface of your fruits, vegetables and meats. For peace of mind and a clean plate, we’re reaching for Eat Cleaner all-natural food washes and wipes. These tasteless and odorless cleaners are designed for produce, seafood and poultry. They can strip away wax and pesticides from produce; remove surface debris from seafood and poultry; and cleanse food preparation surfaces to help deter cross contamination. In lab tests, Eat Cleaner products have been found to remove more than 99.9% of Salmonella and E.coli from the surface of food. They also can help prolong the shelf life of fresh produce. Mareya Ibrahim, a food industry veteran and food safety advocate, and her father Dr. Shawki Ibrahim, emeritus professor at Colorado State University, are the creators of the Eat Cleaner lineup. The washes and wipes use a blend of plant-based ingredients, including citric acid, sodium citrate, calcium ascorbate (an antioxidant that helps prolong shelf life), sea salt and vegetable glycerin. Water alone doesn’t remove most pesticides and waxes, which can trap harmful substances. For a better cleanse -- we’re sticking with Eat Cleaner.

Grommet Launch Conversation

Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Mareya
    Mareya

    Hey Daily Grommet lovers, I’m Mareya (aka The Fit Foody), founder of Eat Cleaner® and The Cleaner Plate Club ™ and we’re so excited to have been picked to be here. Here’s some food 4 thought. With so much on our plates, we’re a lot like modern day Wonder Women. Now you can shield your family from unpalatable intruders like bacteria and pesticides with Eat Cleaner, your trusted line of defense and the savvy way to safer, cleaner, longer lasting food. You might not rock a red and gold bustier with blue and white hot pants but you can throw down with the best of ‘em. Protect and preserve, my friends. Now, let’s dish!

  • Deb
    Deb
    7/13/2011 12:18 PM

    Can you give us some information about how these products are actually used and how long each bottle/product will last? Thanks! Looks like a great product and love possibly extending the useable life of my produce!

  • Mareya
    Mareya – Special Guest
    7/13/2011 2:09 PM

    @Deb: Hi Deb, The great part is we took the work out of it. You just simply spray your foods, let them sit for 2-5 minutes, then rinse to remove any waxy or contaminants. Each bottle will last around 2 months if you use it regularly. For the wipes, you simply rub the surface of firm fleshed fruits and veggies for about 20 seconds. With apples, you'll actually hear them get squeaky clean!

    I hope you'll try them - I really think you'll like them.

    xxMareya

  • Elizabeth Gill
    Elizabeth Gill
    7/13/2011 12:23 PM

    Does this wash take off harmful pesticides as well? Would love to know. Thanks.

  • Mareya
    Mareya – Special Guest
    7/13/2011 2:10 PM

    @Elizabeth Gill: Hi Elizabeth, Eat Cleaner is a very effective way to remove the pesticide residue that lurks on the surface of your produce. If you wash with our product, you can remove over 99% of residues. The problem is most produce nowadays is waxed, which can trap harmful pesticides under the surface - and we all know, water does nothing to remove wax. Plus, many of the very harmful pesticides are not water soluble. With Eat Cleaner, you can strip away what water can't.

    I hope you'll try out the great deals Daily Grommet is offering!

    xxMareya

  • Karen van Nederpelt
    Karen van Nederpelt
    7/13/2011 12:31 PM

    This looks great and I'm eager to try it, especially if it doesn't leave a smell like the product I'm currently using. To use the spray, do you spray and rinse or leave it on? The video wasn't clear. Thanks.

  • Mareya
    Mareya – Special Guest
    7/13/2011 2:11 PM

    @Karen van Nederpelt: Hi Karen - I thought I'd post this helpful guide for all of our products. It's really easy to use and just takes about 2 minutes. Let me know if you need more clarification.

    xxMareya

    EAT CLEANER® Fruit + Vegetable Wash Spray:

    Turn child lock under the trigger to the side. Spray surface of produce until lightly coated. Wait 2-5 minutes. Meanwhile, pet the dog, grab a snack or check out our latest FB post. Times up! Rinse produce with clean water, dry and enjoy or store in the fridge for next time. They’ll keep for up to 200% longer! Now that’s green, cleaner, leaner eating.

    EAT CLEANER® Seafood + Poultry Wash Spray:

    Turn child lock under the trigger to the side. Spray surface of seafood and poultry until lightly coated. Wait 2-5 minutes. Marvel at how the smell of your fish has disappeared. Times up! Rinse with clean water and reapply to act as a tenderizer. You’ll be amazed how fast your food will cook, while staying moist.

    EAT CLEANER® Fruit + Vegetable Wash Concentrate: You have options.

    Pour entire contents of 1 bottle into a spray bottle and add 4 oz. of clean, filtered water. Shake well and spray surface of fruit and veggies liberally. Let sit for 2-5 minutes and rinse.

    You can also pour 2-3 capfuls into an 8 cup of water and soak fruit and veggies for 2-5 minutes, then rinse and enjoy or store.

    EAT CLEANER® Fruit + Vegetable Wipes:

    Pull wipe out of the center of the canister. Wipe surface of firm fruit and veggies thoroughly. Even produce with peels should be wiped first. No rinsing necessary and no more apple rubbing on your pant leg! Use them to clean hands, mouths, utensils – even a binky! Pack them in a lunchbox, purse, computer bag, in the car, in a suitcase, in the diaper bag, at the farmer’s market…just don’t leave home without them.

  • Karen
    Karen
    7/18/2011 4:41 PM

    @Mareya Ibrahim: Thanks so much, this really helps and I'll be ordering a starter kit today. I will use everything but look forward to having the wipes on the go, and for wiping down melons and bananas too.

  • Kenn
    Kenn
    7/13/2011 12:53 PM

    I feed a lot of people every day, and we serve a great deal of fresh produce, cooked and raw in a salad bar setting. Your product quite interests me. I assume that Eat Cleaner itself is fully consumable, or must it be washed off? Does Eat Cleaner dissolve wax and pesticides, and/or actually kill bacteria and pathogens, or is a water wash necessary to remove these things? Thank you. Good luck with this good idea.

  • Mareya
    Mareya – Special Guest
    7/13/2011 2:13 PM

    @Kenn : Hi Kenn - Thank you so much for your comment. What a wonderful thing to be able to feed a lot of people fresh produce everyday. We love it! We have a concentrate product that works as a soak, so you basically dilute it in a bath and add your produce, then let it sit for 2-5 minutes, then rinse. The rinsing it to remove wax and any residue the Eat Cleaner wash has kicked up. It is food grade, though, so if you consume some, it is very safe. The great part is you can wash produce in advance and store it, which helps it last up to 200% longer. That makes preparation and the convenience factor so much easier. We look forward to you trying out our products! Best, mareya

  • Vanessa Vargas
    Vanessa Vargas
    7/13/2011 2:03 PM

    I've changed my eating habits since I started using these products because now I clean my produce right after I buy it, I make more salads and I am saving a lot of money. My food does last longer and I love that! Plus I feel safer knowing that I clean most of the nasty pesticides and bacteria from my fruit and vegetables. I highly recommend it!

  • Mareya
    Mareya – Special Guest
    7/13/2011 8:24 PM

    @Vanessa Vargas: Thanks Vanessa! That means the world to us. Help us share the great promotion Daily Grommet is offering with your friends and pass the Cleaner plate :-)

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    7/13/2011 2:34 PM

    Mareya put together this pdf guide for anyone who would like more information on how to use the Eat Cleaner products. Thanks Mareya!

    Click to open Eat Cleaner How-To Guide pdf.

  • susan
    susan
    7/13/2011 2:40 PM

    I see in your post above to refrigerate produce after washing. Is that essential? There are some fruits like to leave out in a bowl. (apples, oranges) Can I still do that, to should they be refrigerated?

  • Mareya
    Mareya – Special Guest
    7/13/2011 3:11 PM

    Hi Susan,

    The refrigeration comment is more for cut produce, lettuce and leafy greens, etc but fruit like apples and oranges do just fine left out, unless they're cut.

    We hope you'll try this awesome deal from Daily Grommet!

    xxMareya

  • fay baldwin
    fay baldwin
    7/13/2011 3:56 PM

    I have a question and a comment...? what is in the cleaner? I use lemon juice to clean my fruit and vegies.

  • Mareya
    Mareya – Special Guest
    7/14/2011 12:50 AM

    @fay baldwin: Hi Fay - Eat Cleaner is made with a patent pending blend which includes natural fruit acids, coconut and antioxidants. When we first made the formula, we tested 7 different ingredients on their own, and lemon juice was one. Although it contains citric acid, the active ingredient in lemons, the blend makes it more effective than lemon juice on its own and won't change the way your produce tastes when used as directed - plus it's more cost effective and convenient, especially when you're on the go. We hope you'll save your lemons for lemonade and give Eat Cleaner a go! xxMareya

  • Donna
    Donna
    7/13/2011 4:33 PM

    Is your product made in the USA? If not, where is it made? Thanks!

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    7/13/2011 4:38 PM

    @Donna: It is made in California.

  • Mary Richardson
    Mary Richardson
    7/13/2011 4:56 PM

    This may seem like an odd question but I'm wondering since this product kills pesticides how about pests on plants? An old rememdy was soapy water but I thought this might do the trick. I have some pesty earwigs on an outside plant that won't go away, what do you think?

  • Mareya
    Mareya – Special Guest
    7/14/2011 12:51 AM

    @Mary Richardson: Hi Mary - I love that you brought this up. We are actually testing our products for pre-harvest applications and one of them is pest prevention. The surfactant combined with the citric acid should be very effective for your earwigs. Please let us know if it works so we can give you a special shout out!! Best, Mareya

  • Mareya
    Mareya – Special Guest
    7/13/2011 5:32 PM

    Hi Donna -

    Great question! We're proud to say all of our wash and wipes products are made in the USA, right here in Southern California. This was a really important decision for us -to support the local economy and oversee all of our manufacturing ourselves to ensure the level of quality and safety we would expect for our families.

    We hope you'll try it! Once you Eat Cleaner, you never go back :-)

    Mareya

  • Donna
    Donna
    7/13/2011 7:43 PM

    @Mareya Ibrahim: Thank you, Mareya...not only for responding, but, most of all, for making your product in the USA. That means sooooo much to me...especially if it's something associated with food in my kitchen! Now...I have to go order so I can Eat Cleaner! :)

  • Mareya
    Mareya – Special Guest
    7/13/2011 8:22 PM

    @Donna: Yay! We love it and we can't wait for you to try it. Please keep in touch and let us know what you think. xxMareya

  • Donna
    Donna
    3/14/2012 1:00 PM

    @Mareya Ibrahim: Well, here we are, eight months later, and I love, love, love your product, Eat Cleaner!!! It has really spoiled me because I can barely eat salads in a restaurant anymore....I know they are not as clean as mine made at home :) Thank you! Now, if you could just keep it in stock...lol. Could somebody let me know when it's back in stock? Thanks!

  • Chew-Hoong
    Chew-Hoong – Grommet Team
    3/14/2012 1:40 PM

    @Donna Thomson: We're thrilled eating "cleansed" salad is so much more enjoyable & healthier for you now. We'll be sure to contact you directly when the cleaner is available.

  • Zeus Kajita
    Zeus Kajita
    7/13/2011 8:09 PM

    I have been using the Eat Cleaner products for about over 2 months now. I love it! Especially since I eat lots of sashimi, I prefer to spray it on the fish before consumption. I must say, the spray really enhances the taste of the fish! It kills that fishy smell, and it makes the sashimi just melt in your mouth. In addition, it gives me the ease of mind that the fish has been cleaned from all bacteria.

  • Mareya
    Mareya – Special Guest
    7/13/2011 8:25 PM

    @Zeus Kajita: That is a great idea, Zeus! Raw fish can be a little...well, fishy. Eat Cleaner helps enhance flavor and neutralizes odor on contact. It's pretty amazing. Try it on mussels and other shellfish, too. You'll be amazed at how fast it works.

  • susan arnoff
    susan arnoff
    7/13/2011 9:16 PM

    Wow Mareya, I've been using your Eat Cleaner on all my fresh fruits and vegetables including broccoli, grapes, avocado and even canned beans. This afternoon I sprayed Eat Cleaner Fish & Poultry on a piece of salmon and this evening when I pulled it from the fridge to cook it it still was odor free! I appreciate having a piece of mind in knowing I'm taking the steps I feel good about to help keep my family free from food born illness. Susan

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.

 

Eat Cleaner

All Natural Food Wash

Good, Clean Food

One surefire way to lose your appetite is to consider the bacteria, pesticides and other chemicals that could be lingering on the surface of your fruits, vegetables and meats. For peace of mind and a clean plate, we’re reaching for Eat Cleaner all-natural food washes and wipes.

These tasteless and odorless cleaners are designed for produce, seafood and poultry. They can strip away wax and pesticides from produce; remove surface debris from seafood and poultry; and cleanse food preparation surfaces to help deter
cross contamination. In lab tests, Eat Cleaner products have been found to remove more than 99.9% of Salmonella and E.coli from the surface of food. They also can help prolong the shelf life of fresh produce.

Mareya Ibrahim, a food industry veteran and food safety advocate, and her father Dr. Shawki Ibrahim, emeritus professor at Colorado State University, are the creators of the Eat Cleaner lineup. The washes and wipes use a blend of plant-based ingredients, including citric acid, sodium citrate, calcium ascorbate (an antioxidant that helps prolong shelf life), sea salt and vegetable glycerin.

Water alone doesn’t remove most pesticides and waxes, which can trap harmful substances. For a better cleanse -- we’re sticking with Eat Cleaner.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Mareya
    Mareya

    Hey Daily Grommet lovers, I’m Mareya (aka The Fit Foody), founder of Eat Cleaner® and The Cleaner Plate Club ™ and we’re so excited to have been picked to be here. Here’s some food 4 thought. With so much on our plates, we’re a lot like modern day Wonder Women. Now you can shield your family from unpalatable intruders like bacteria and pesticides with Eat Cleaner, your trusted line of defense and the savvy way to safer, cleaner, longer lasting food. You might not rock a red and gold bustier with blue and white hot pants but you can throw down with the best of ‘em. Protect and preserve, my friends. Now, let’s dish!

  • Deb
    Deb
    7/13/2011 12:18 PM

    Can you give us some information about how these products are actually used and how long each bottle/product will last? Thanks! Looks like a great product and love possibly extending the useable life of my produce!

  • Mareya
    Mareya – Special Guest
    7/13/2011 2:09 PM

    @Deb: Hi Deb, The great part is we took the work out of it. You just simply spray your foods, let them sit for 2-5 minutes, then rinse to remove any waxy or contaminants. Each bottle will last around 2 months if you use it regularly. For the wipes, you simply rub the surface of firm fleshed fruits and veggies for about 20 seconds. With apples, you'll actually hear them get squeaky clean!

    I hope you'll try them - I really think you'll like them.

    xxMareya

  • Elizabeth Gill
    Elizabeth Gill
    7/13/2011 12:23 PM

    Does this wash take off harmful pesticides as well? Would love to know. Thanks.

  • Mareya
    Mareya – Special Guest
    7/13/2011 2:10 PM

    @Elizabeth Gill: Hi Elizabeth, Eat Cleaner is a very effective way to remove the pesticide residue that lurks on the surface of your produce. If you wash with our product, you can remove over 99% of residues. The problem is most produce nowadays is waxed, which can trap harmful pesticides under the surface - and we all know, water does nothing to remove wax. Plus, many of the very harmful pesticides are not water soluble. With Eat Cleaner, you can strip away what water can't.

    I hope you'll try out the great deals Daily Grommet is offering!

    xxMareya

  • Karen van Nederpelt
    Karen van Nederpelt
    7/13/2011 12:31 PM

    This looks great and I'm eager to try it, especially if it doesn't leave a smell like the product I'm currently using. To use the spray, do you spray and rinse or leave it on? The video wasn't clear. Thanks.

  • Mareya
    Mareya – Special Guest
    7/13/2011 2:11 PM

    @Karen van Nederpelt: Hi Karen - I thought I'd post this helpful guide for all of our products. It's really easy to use and just takes about 2 minutes. Let me know if you need more clarification.

    xxMareya

    EAT CLEANER® Fruit + Vegetable Wash Spray:

    Turn child lock under the trigger to the side. Spray surface of produce until lightly coated. Wait 2-5 minutes. Meanwhile, pet the dog, grab a snack or check out our latest FB post. Times up! Rinse produce with clean water, dry and enjoy or store in the fridge for next time. They’ll keep for up to 200% longer! Now that’s green, cleaner, leaner eating.

    EAT CLEANER® Seafood + Poultry Wash Spray:

    Turn child lock under the trigger to the side. Spray surface of seafood and poultry until lightly coated. Wait 2-5 minutes. Marvel at how the smell of your fish has disappeared. Times up! Rinse with clean water and reapply to act as a tenderizer. You’ll be amazed how fast your food will cook, while staying moist.

    EAT CLEANER® Fruit + Vegetable Wash Concentrate: You have options.

    Pour entire contents of 1 bottle into a spray bottle and add 4 oz. of clean, filtered water. Shake well and spray surface of fruit and veggies liberally. Let sit for 2-5 minutes and rinse.

    You can also pour 2-3 capfuls into an 8 cup of water and soak fruit and veggies for 2-5 minutes, then rinse and enjoy or store.

    EAT CLEANER® Fruit + Vegetable Wipes:

    Pull wipe out of the center of the canister. Wipe surface of firm fruit and veggies thoroughly. Even produce with peels should be wiped first. No rinsing necessary and no more apple rubbing on your pant leg! Use them to clean hands, mouths, utensils – even a binky! Pack them in a lunchbox, purse, computer bag, in the car, in a suitcase, in the diaper bag, at the farmer’s market…just don’t leave home without them.

  • Karen
    Karen
    7/18/2011 4:41 PM

    @Mareya Ibrahim: Thanks so much, this really helps and I'll be ordering a starter kit today. I will use everything but look forward to having the wipes on the go, and for wiping down melons and bananas too.

  • Kenn
    Kenn
    7/13/2011 12:53 PM

    I feed a lot of people every day, and we serve a great deal of fresh produce, cooked and raw in a salad bar setting. Your product quite interests me. I assume that Eat Cleaner itself is fully consumable, or must it be washed off? Does Eat Cleaner dissolve wax and pesticides, and/or actually kill bacteria and pathogens, or is a water wash necessary to remove these things? Thank you. Good luck with this good idea.

  • Mareya
    Mareya – Special Guest
    7/13/2011 2:13 PM

    @Kenn : Hi Kenn - Thank you so much for your comment. What a wonderful thing to be able to feed a lot of people fresh produce everyday. We love it! We have a concentrate product that works as a soak, so you basically dilute it in a bath and add your produce, then let it sit for 2-5 minutes, then rinse. The rinsing it to remove wax and any residue the Eat Cleaner wash has kicked up. It is food grade, though, so if you consume some, it is very safe. The great part is you can wash produce in advance and store it, which helps it last up to 200% longer. That makes preparation and the convenience factor so much easier. We look forward to you trying out our products! Best, mareya

  • Vanessa Vargas
    Vanessa Vargas
    7/13/2011 2:03 PM

    I've changed my eating habits since I started using these products because now I clean my produce right after I buy it, I make more salads and I am saving a lot of money. My food does last longer and I love that! Plus I feel safer knowing that I clean most of the nasty pesticides and bacteria from my fruit and vegetables. I highly recommend it!

  • Mareya
    Mareya – Special Guest
    7/13/2011 8:24 PM

    @Vanessa Vargas: Thanks Vanessa! That means the world to us. Help us share the great promotion Daily Grommet is offering with your friends and pass the Cleaner plate :-)

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    7/13/2011 2:34 PM

    Mareya put together this pdf guide for anyone who would like more information on how to use the Eat Cleaner products. Thanks Mareya!

    Click to open Eat Cleaner How-To Guide pdf.

  • susan
    susan
    7/13/2011 2:40 PM

    I see in your post above to refrigerate produce after washing. Is that essential? There are some fruits like to leave out in a bowl. (apples, oranges) Can I still do that, to should they be refrigerated?

  • Mareya
    Mareya – Special Guest
    7/13/2011 3:11 PM

    Hi Susan,

    The refrigeration comment is more for cut produce, lettuce and leafy greens, etc but fruit like apples and oranges do just fine left out, unless they're cut.

    We hope you'll try this awesome deal from Daily Grommet!

    xxMareya

  • fay baldwin
    fay baldwin
    7/13/2011 3:56 PM

    I have a question and a comment...? what is in the cleaner? I use lemon juice to clean my fruit and vegies.

  • Mareya
    Mareya – Special Guest
    7/14/2011 12:50 AM

    @fay baldwin: Hi Fay - Eat Cleaner is made with a patent pending blend which includes natural fruit acids, coconut and antioxidants. When we first made the formula, we tested 7 different ingredients on their own, and lemon juice was one. Although it contains citric acid, the active ingredient in lemons, the blend makes it more effective than lemon juice on its own and won't change the way your produce tastes when used as directed - plus it's more cost effective and convenient, especially when you're on the go. We hope you'll save your lemons for lemonade and give Eat Cleaner a go! xxMareya

  • Donna
    Donna
    7/13/2011 4:33 PM

    Is your product made in the USA? If not, where is it made? Thanks!

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    7/13/2011 4:38 PM

    @Donna: It is made in California.

  • Mary Richardson
    Mary Richardson
    7/13/2011 4:56 PM

    This may seem like an odd question but I'm wondering since this product kills pesticides how about pests on plants? An old rememdy was soapy water but I thought this might do the trick. I have some pesty earwigs on an outside plant that won't go away, what do you think?

  • Mareya
    Mareya – Special Guest
    7/14/2011 12:51 AM

    @Mary Richardson: Hi Mary - I love that you brought this up. We are actually testing our products for pre-harvest applications and one of them is pest prevention. The surfactant combined with the citric acid should be very effective for your earwigs. Please let us know if it works so we can give you a special shout out!! Best, Mareya

  • Mareya
    Mareya – Special Guest
    7/13/2011 5:32 PM

    Hi Donna -

    Great question! We're proud to say all of our wash and wipes products are made in the USA, right here in Southern California. This was a really important decision for us -to support the local economy and oversee all of our manufacturing ourselves to ensure the level of quality and safety we would expect for our families.

    We hope you'll try it! Once you Eat Cleaner, you never go back :-)

    Mareya

  • Donna
    Donna
    7/13/2011 7:43 PM

    @Mareya Ibrahim: Thank you, Mareya...not only for responding, but, most of all, for making your product in the USA. That means sooooo much to me...especially if it's something associated with food in my kitchen! Now...I have to go order so I can Eat Cleaner! :)

  • Mareya
    Mareya – Special Guest
    7/13/2011 8:22 PM

    @Donna: Yay! We love it and we can't wait for you to try it. Please keep in touch and let us know what you think. xxMareya

  • Donna
    Donna
    3/14/2012 1:00 PM

    @Mareya Ibrahim: Well, here we are, eight months later, and I love, love, love your product, Eat Cleaner!!! It has really spoiled me because I can barely eat salads in a restaurant anymore....I know they are not as clean as mine made at home :) Thank you! Now, if you could just keep it in stock...lol. Could somebody let me know when it's back in stock? Thanks!

  • Chew-Hoong
    Chew-Hoong – Grommet Team
    3/14/2012 1:40 PM

    @Donna Thomson: We're thrilled eating "cleansed" salad is so much more enjoyable & healthier for you now. We'll be sure to contact you directly when the cleaner is available.

  • Zeus Kajita
    Zeus Kajita
    7/13/2011 8:09 PM

    I have been using the Eat Cleaner products for about over 2 months now. I love it! Especially since I eat lots of sashimi, I prefer to spray it on the fish before consumption. I must say, the spray really enhances the taste of the fish! It kills that fishy smell, and it makes the sashimi just melt in your mouth. In addition, it gives me the ease of mind that the fish has been cleaned from all bacteria.

  • Mareya
    Mareya – Special Guest
    7/13/2011 8:25 PM

    @Zeus Kajita: That is a great idea, Zeus! Raw fish can be a little...well, fishy. Eat Cleaner helps enhance flavor and neutralizes odor on contact. It's pretty amazing. Try it on mussels and other shellfish, too. You'll be amazed at how fast it works.

  • susan arnoff
    susan arnoff
    7/13/2011 9:16 PM

    Wow Mareya, I've been using your Eat Cleaner on all my fresh fruits and vegetables including broccoli, grapes, avocado and even canned beans. This afternoon I sprayed Eat Cleaner Fish & Poultry on a piece of salmon and this evening when I pulled it from the fridge to cook it it still was odor free! I appreciate having a piece of mind in knowing I'm taking the steps I feel good about to help keep my family free from food born illness. Susan

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.