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why its important

Why Its Important

How We Combat Food Waste

What are the Benefits of Reducing Vegetable Food Waste?

Have you ever stopped to consider the impact of vegetable food waste? We believe that reducing food waste is not just a matter of convenience but a crucial step towards a sustainable future. Reducing vegetable food waste can also have significant benefits for a household, particularly for those who are concerned about their grocery habits and budget.

Here are some key benefits to consider:

  • Financial Savings: Food waste not only impacts the environment but also affects your wallet. Whether you’re shopping for yourself or feeding a full household, wasted vegetables represent money spent on groceries that end up in the trash.
  • Access to Fresh, Nutritious Food: By reducing food waste, you ensure that the vegetables you purchase are used to their fullest potential. This means you can avoid too many processed foods and enjoy fresh, high-quality produce for a longer period, promoting a healthier diet and overall well-being for you and your family.

When you regularly use VegieFresh to preserve the freshness of your vegetables, you maximize the value of your purchases and significantly reduce food waste-related expenses. It’s a win-win situation for both your budget and the planet.

Even More Benefits:


The amount you can save with VegieFresh on spoiled produce and food.


The increase in produce
shelf shelf life when
using VegieFresh.


Natural, green and sustainable product



The number of days that VegieFresh stays potent.

Why We Combat Food Waste

How Bad is Food Waste
in the United States?

Vegetable food waste in the United States is a significant issue with significant economic, and environmental impact. It is estimated that approximately 30-40% of the entire food supply in the United States is wasted. This includes a substantial amount of vegetable food waste. Fruits and vegetables have some of the highest wastage rates among food categories.

Keeping your vegetables fresh longer plays a crucial role in reducing food waste. Here’s how it can contribute to minimizing waste:

  • Extended Shelf Life: Keep your vegies and fruits usable for a longer period, reducing the likelihood of spoilage and the need to discard them prematurely.
  • Improved Meal Planning: When you can rely on your vegetables staying fresh, you can plan your meals more effectively so you can reduce the chances of food going to waste.
  • Reduced Overbuying: When you know your vegetables will stay fresh longer, you can purchase the appropriate quantities and avoid overbuying or stockpiling excess produce, which often leads to food waste as you struggle to consume them all in time.
  • Increased Consumption: Let’s be honest, fresh vegetables are more likely to be consumed. When your vegetables remain fresh for an extended period, you are more inclined to incorporate them into your meals and consume them before they spoil.
  • Minimized Replacement Purchases: When those vegies go bad, it means you’re likely to run out to get more for tonight’s meal. By keeping your vegetables fresh longer, you minimize the need for frequent replacement purchases. This not only saves you money in the check-out line, but also reduces those trips to the store (so you can save on gas, or delivery fees).

Something as simple as keeping your food fresher longer can play a vital role in contributing to reducing food waste at the household level. And these efforts can have an even bigger impact on tackling the issue of food waste on a broader scale.

More Food Waste Truths:


The amount of produce wasted each year in the US.


Total world-wide emissions contributed by food waste


of US agriculture is used to produce food that is eventually wasted


870 Million

people could be fed with just a 25% of the wasted food in the US.

Why is Food Waste Bad
for the Economy?


Throughout the supply chain, food waste drives up costs, leading to higher prices for consumers.


 Food waste causes a substantial $218 billion economic loss in the United States annually.


Food waste perpetuates food insecurity, underscoring the need to reduce waste and ensure access to nutritious meals.


Food waste squanders valuable resources like water, energy, and agricultural land.

How does VegieFresh
Help Food Waste?


VegieFresh helps consumers save money by reducing food waste and extending shelf life.

Ethylene Gas

VegieFresh absorbs ethylene gas emitted by produce, slowing ripening and reducing waste.


VegieFresh lowers refrigeration temperatures, saving energy and costs while extending compressor life.

Shelf Life

VegieFresh extends food shelf life by up to 50% to save you time, money and ensure you eat fresher.

Why Does it Matter to You?

What is the Effect of Vegetable Waste?

When vegetables are wasted, the resources used in their production, such as water, energy, and land, are also wasted. Food waste that ends up in landfills produces methane, a potent greenhouse gas that contributes to climate change. Wasting vegetables can also hamper the progress of sustainable agriculture.

What is the Effect of Vegetable Waste?
Who We Are

How Can We Store
Produce to Reduce Waste?

Discover VegieFresh: the innovative solution to reduce vegetable waste, save money, and embrace sustainability.

Save Money

Save money by minimizing food waste and avoiding the need to constantly replenish your vegetable supply.

Extended Shelf Life

Extend the shelf life of your vegetables by up to 50% with VegieFresh.

Moisture Absorption

Reduce the amount of rotten vegetables in your fridge by using VegieFresh’s moisture-absorbing properties.

Prevent Cross-Contamination

Prevent cross-contamination and the spread of bacteria by storing produce properly with VegieFresh.

Is Reducing Food Waste Good for the Environment?
The Sustainability Factor

Is Reducing Food Waste Good for the Environment?

Yes! Reducing food waste is a crucial component of environmental stewardship. It helps conserve resources, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, protect biodiversity, and promote sustainable food systems. 

  • Environmental Conservation: By reducing vegetable food waste, we are directly contributing to environmental conservation. Food waste in landfills produces harmful greenhouse gasses, contributing to climate change.
  • Sustainable Resource Management: When we waste vegetables, we squander not just the produce but also the resources invested in growing, harvesting, processing, and transporting them. By extending the shelf life of your vegetables, you actively participate in sustainable resource management.

By taking steps to minimize food waste at the individual, household, and societal levels, we can all contribute to making a positive impact on the environment and work towards a more sustainable future.

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