VeggiDome

Produce Keeper

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.

VeggiDome

Glass Tabletop Produce Saver

Produce Keeper

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.
VeggiDome
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Sustainable Living

Quick Questions

What are the best vegetables to keep in my VeggiDome?

Best results are achieved with fresh, unprocessed, unpeeled whole vegetables. Select as many veggies as you would like to eat in the next few days. Most vegetables work great in the VeggiDome, however, some vegetables that are particularly sensitive to ethylene should be eaten within the first couple days. This includes kale, broccoli, and cauliflower. If you are storing already cut vegetables in the dome, eat within the next day.

Can I keep fruits in the VeggiDome?

Yes, you can. The VeggiDome is great for fruits that you would like to ripen—stone fruits like peaches and plums, ripen well in the dome, as do avocados. Do not store apples or bananas in the dome.

How does the VeggiDome work?

The cookie jar-like design allows for naturally occurring ethylene to escape the dome at the lid, keeping it from spoiling the produce. The dome also creates a humid environment where the veggies are able to stay hydrated and fresh but not too much that they wilt.

Learn more about the product

Glass Tabletop Produce Saver see details

VeggiDome

Glass Tabletop Produce Saver

Produce Keeper

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.
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Quick Questions

What are the best vegetables to keep in my VeggiDome?

Best results are achieved with fresh, unprocessed, unpeeled whole vegetables. Select as many veggies as you would like to eat in the next few days. Most vegetables work great in the VeggiDome, however, some vegetables that are particularly sensitive to ethylene should be eaten within the first couple days. This includes kale, broccoli, and cauliflower. If you are storing already cut vegetables in the dome, eat within the next day.

Can I keep fruits in the VeggiDome?

Yes, you can. The VeggiDome is great for fruits that you would like to ripen—stone fruits like peaches and plums, ripen well in the dome, as do avocados. Do not store apples or bananas in the dome.

How does the VeggiDome work?

The cookie jar-like design allows for naturally occurring ethylene to escape the dome at the lid, keeping it from spoiling the produce. The dome also creates a humid environment where the veggies are able to stay hydrated and fresh but not too much that they wilt.

Learn more about the product

Glass Tabletop Produce Saver see details