Fresh Tips! Best Ways To Store Rhubarb, Watercress & Tomatoes

Fresh Tips! Best Ways To Store Rhubarb, Watercress & Tomatoes

Here's the lowdown on keeping your rhubarb, watercress and tomatoes at their best!

We work tirelessly to source the best, freshest produce and want nothing more than for you to get the most out of your delicious box of fresh fruit and veg! It’s not likely that you’re going to eat your entire box in one sitting (although that would be impressive!). So we want to share our tried and tested tips and tricks of how best to store your fresh produce and keep it at it’s best!

Rhubarb

Keep you rhubarb fresh by wrapping it nice and snug in a damp tea towel and keeping it in the fridge.

Watercress

Watercress grows in water so the best thing you can do is to mimic it’s natural habitat… Keep your bundles of watercress in a container of fresh, cold water, making sure you plunge the leafy end down into the water - basically the opposite to a bunch of flowers! Store in the fridge and this will keep your watercress uber fresh for 7 to 10 days. Wash with fresh water before eating.

Tomatoes

Tomatoes taste better when they’ve been drinking up the sunshine and even after they’ve been picked a comfortably warm climate will keep them at their best, so keep your tomatoes in a nice bowl and pop them on the windowsill until you’re ready to eat them.

Are you having trouble storing a particular fruit of vegetable? Get in touch, tell us all about it… we’re here to help!