Instructions: Use with fresh, unpeeled whole vegetables. Wash vegetables before placing them in the dome, see full use instructions for more details
Tabletop server keeps veggies and fruits ready to eat, on the table or counter for up to six days
Glass dome creates humid environment that keeps produce fresh without wilting
Lid allows ethylene gas to escape, allowing vegetables to last longer
Colander keeps vegetables from sitting in water after washing and allows moisture to circulate
Please note: Condensation may naturally form on the dome while in use. Ethylene sensitive vegetables like kale, broccoli, and cauliflower should be eaten within 2 days. Only use with fruits that need ripening like peaches and avocados. Do not store apples or bananas in the dome
Keeps produce fresh outside of the fridge · Creates humid environment · Lid allows ethylene gas to escape
This glass-top produce container keeps veggies as fresh as the fridge can while it places them front-and-center in the kitchen. The dome keeps moisture in to prevent fruit and veggies from drying out, and the lid allows natural ethylene gas to escape to prevent wilting. Now when they are in sight, these good-for-you foods are more likely to be eaten.
Duncan Burns created VeggiDome to serve as a produce container that makes you want to eat your veggies. While it keeps vegetables and fruit as fresh as the fridge can, it also brings them to your attention by putting them on display where they are easy to see and reach.
The freshness comes from the dome-shaped design and stainless steel colander. This creates the just-right humidity so produce won’t dehydrate or wilt, and the dome’s lid lets natural ethylene gas escape, which also helps boost freshness. It stores several days worth of fresh stuff inside, and works well with fruit you want to ripen, like peaches and plums.
While it serves as a visual reminder to snack healthier, the container can also help reduce food waste. On average about 30% of the produce we buy is forgotten and then tossed out. But with VeggiDome, it is no longer out of sight, out of mind.