This 4.7 quart keeper keeps fruit, lettuce, and vegetables fresher longer, for up to approximately 2 weeks
The special design lets you wash and store all in one since the container doubles as a colander
The water reservoir in the base keeps produce moist and the adjustable venting regulates air circulation and moisture
The oblong shape works for all lettuce types and there is an extra divider for simultaneous storage of different types of produce and stores under the lid when not in use
This keeper is dishwasher safe and includes a printed produce storage guide for easy reference
In Progressive International's lettuce keeper, fruit, lettuce, and vegetables stay fresher longer for up to 2 weeks.
The special design lets you wash and store all in one since the container doubles as a colander. A water reservoir in
the base keeps produce moist, and adjustable venting regulates air circulation and moisture. The container's oblong
shape works for all lettuce types. An extra divider is included for storing different types of produce and is
conveniently stored underneath the lid when not in use. A printed produce storage guide can also be found on the front
for easy reference. Cleanup is easy since the lettuce keeper is dishwasher safe. The lettuce keeper has a 4.7-quart
(18-3/4-cup) capacity, and it measures 12-1/2 by 7-1/4 by 5-1/4 inches.
Lettuce KeeperIdeal size for lettuce.
Lettuce KeeperProduce storage guide printed.
Lettuce KeeperAlso keeps other produce fresh.
About Progressive International
After 38 years in business, Progressive International is still dedicated to creating functional gadgets, tools,
food-prep items and household products to make your cooking and meal preparation more efficient and fun. Located in
Kent, Washington, Progressive's products are sold in the United States, Canada, Europe, South America, and other
Progressive Makes Cooking Cool
More than a workspace, the contemporary kitchen is the heart of the home where we connect with family and friends, and
Progressive's philosophy of product design aims to create the perfect balance of form, function and value for your
kitchen. The design process pulls from many different research methods such as ethnographic research, consumer testing,
surveys, and in-home observations, identifying real life problems in the kitchen that translate to fresh, new ideas for