We compiled helpful tips to extend the life of your organic produce – check it out here:
Celery: Place in a shallow cup or bowl of water on the counter or in the refrigerator.
Eggplant: Leave on the counter; don’t wash until ready to use.
Onions, garlic, shallots: They should be kept out of the refrigerator but in a cool, dark place.
Tomatoes: They are happier on the counter. For larger tomatoes, store them in a single layer, upside down on a plate to keep them from rotting too quickly. Eggplant and summer squash are happiest on the counter, too.
Peppers: Keep free of moisture until ready to use; store on the counter or in the crisper for longer storage.
Root vegetables: Store them without leaves.