Mothers are enthusiastic about a $ 3 Kmart ‘food hugger’ that will keep your fruit and vegetables fresh for up to a week
- Mothers love a $ 3 food hugger that keeps fruit fresh for up to a week
- The Kmart product is supplied in a package with four silicone lids of different sizes
- Mother shared a photo of an apple that she had covered with ‘food hugger’ for a week
A $ 3 food hugger stormed the internet after an Australian mother revealed that she used it to keep her fruit and vegetables fresh for up to a week.
The woman shared a photo of the Kmart product on Facebook along with a photo of an apple that she had saved for seven days.
‘I picked this up last week and tried it on an apple. A week in the fridge and this is the end result – quite impressed and thought I had to share it, “she wrote.
A ‘food hugger’ from Kmart (photo) has taken the internet by storm after an Australian mother revealed that she uses it to keep her fruit and vegetables fresh for up to a week
The package contains four silicone lids of different sizes, which can also be used to cover pots, tins and containers, as well as fruits and vegetables.
Other Facebook users were very impressed with the idea and commented on the post that they were shocked that the apple was still edible.
“Looks good for a week-old apple,” one person wrote.
The mother shared a photo of the Kmart product on Facebook along with a photo of an apple she had saved for seven days
“I am impressed that it can still be eaten [after it’s been] a week in the fridge … thanks for sharing, “said another.
One person agreed: “Actually, it looks really good for a week. Still edible ‘.
It is not the first time that Kmart surprises customers with affordable kitchen gadgets.
Recently customers were enthusiastic about the similarities between a $ 29 Kmart casserole and a popular high-end $ 529 French Le Creuset pot.
Recently Kmart’s customers were enthusiastic about the similarities between a $ 29 Kmart casserole (left) and a popular high-end $ 529 French Le Creuset pot (right)
The four-liter cast-iron Kmart version has an enamelled interior, a heat-resistant knob and can be cooked on all types of heat sources, just like the Le Creuset.
“After an unfortunate accident, my cast-iron frying pan was thrown away from Le Creuset,” wrote a woman in the Facebook group Kmart Hacks & Decor.
‘I was pretty skeptical when I saw this $ 29 Kmart dupe, but it is delicious. Today I made an incredibly soft and crispy sourdough. It is a valuable investment for 5 percent of the price of the Le Creuset.