Save Hundreds on Grocery Bills With This Simple Trick

It happens all the time in households across America. 

You went to the grocery store and saw that they had an amazing sale on fresh produce. Driven by the urge to take advantage of a great deal and ensure you're family is eating right, you load up and bring it home.

But then, within just a few days, you take out the container of blue berries to put into your morning oatmeal to find that they've already become shriveled or moldy.

What started as a great deal on produce turns into yet another grocery disappointment and food tossed in the trash.

And as a result of these disappointments, families end up buying less and less produce - the exact opposite of what they should be doing!

Sick of all the waste, I decided to do something different.

Plant Bright to the Rescue

I was sitting in my kitchen thinking about the container of blue berries I had just thrown away and was staring at the label for our new product, Plant Bright. My eyes were looking at the information without really seeing it when it snapped it to focus.

My eyes narrowed in on two phrases, "eliminates mold and fungus" and "non-toxic".

I wondered. Could it really be so simple? I was using it on the tomato plants in my garden. But why couldn't it work on produce I had bought in the store?

I ran out to the store and bought a whole new container of blue berries. I washed them in a mixture of water and a couple of tea spoons of Plant Bright. Then I rinsed them, dried them, and put them in the fridge.

Then I waited. And waited. I knew that the berries would normally start to sad by the fourth day in the fridge and moldy by day seven.

By the tenth day I took the berries out.

They were plump to the touch. They smelled fresh. Did it work?

Hesitantly, I popped a handful into my mouth.

They were firm, delicious, and juicy. They tasted just as good as they did the day I bought them.

No More Wasted Money

Since that experiment, I have made it a point to wash ALL of my fresh produce in a mixture of Plant Bright and water. Carrots, celery, lettuce, tomatoes, zucchini - you name it! I haven't found anything that grows that Plant Bright can't keep fresh for longer.

I've saved hundreds of dollars in the past few months now that we're not wasting food and my family has never eaten better.

If you want to save money on groceries and improve the quality of the food your family eats, you should consider the same experiment I did. You'll be glad you did.


Bill Gardner
Bill Gardner

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