|▲ Debbie Meyer Korea / CEO KATIE YOO|
Cooking and eating healthy ingredients is important for our health. However, what is more important is using fresh ingredients. The day you buy a large amount of ingredients that are sold at a discount at the grocery store makes you think you saved money, but there are many cases where you cannot eat them all because you kept them wrong. In other words, how you store is as important as what to buy and how many. Debbie Meyer Korea is a company that introduced Green Bag and Green Box that maintain the freshness of food and ingredients for a long time.
Green Box is kneaded with natural zeolite and natural minerals, which effectively adsorbs and removes ethylene gas generated during vegetable and fruit ripening, and suppresses bacterial reproduction, dramatically increasing the freshness preservation period of vegetables and fruits. As a result, spoiled food and food waste are reduced as well as the frequency of food purchases, saving household expenses. Many housewives who have used Green Box say they have eaten fresh, reduced waste and saved money.
Providing ‘right standards’ and ‘values’ of healthy kitchen life
Beyond healthy ‘eating’ to become a true ‘well-being life’ company
Green Box has proven the freshness retention effect of food ingredients such as paprika, celery, peaches, grapes, onions, and lettuce that remain fresh beyond the maximum of 21 days of storage in SGS tests. The box has been tested by accredited certification bodies such as SGS, FDA, and KCL to prove the effect of inhibiting the reproduction of fungi, bacteria, E. coli, and Staphylococcus aureus, solving hygienic problems that may occur when storing multi-use containers. Debbie Meyer Korea constantly presents the ‘right standard’ for kitchen life and strives and researches to provide ‘value’ through user product experience.
Green Bag and Green Box are global brands launched in the United States in 1999 and has sold more than 1.5 billion units worldwide, which is an astonishing number of units sold every 3 seconds. These boxes have become an issue when NASA astronauts have experienced the effects of using them to consume fresh ingredients in space and have been posted on NASA’s official website, earning them the nickname “space vinyl.” Since its launch in Korea in 2017, these boxes have continued through steady success stories such as surpassing 1 million customers, more than 70,000 re-purchasing customers, and ranking first in sales of kitchen containers of large domestic home shopping companies for three consecutive years based on the trust of consumers.
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