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Food Huggers

A project in San Francisco, CA by Food Huggers
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Food Huggers preserve your leftover fruits and veggies with a tight seal. Keeps your food fresher longer. Save food & save money!
Backers: 5414
Average Pledge Per Backer: $34

Funded: $183,497 of $26,000
Dates: Jun 13th -> Jul 13th (30 days)
Project By: Food Huggers
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Latest News

Funded Kickstarters: Food Products We Can't Wait To Buy (VIDEOS)

September 6th - via: huffingtonpost.com
Kickstarter projects are a sign of our culture's increasing reliance on crowdsourcing and, in this case, crowdfunding. While you can find everything from games to tech innovations hoping to acquire funding, it's the food campaigns that interest us the most (no surprise there). (Read More)

Final Three Days

July 10th - via: kickstarter.com
It's hard to believe that there are only 3 DAYS left before the Kickstarter campaign comes to an end. We are so thrilled with the support you have given and we can't wait to get Food Huggers produced and shipped out to all of you! We'd like to take a... (Read More)

New Stretch Goal - Free Hugs

July 3rd - via: kickstarter.com
Hello Everyone,  The last week has been incredible! We hit some amazing milestones this week thanks to all of your help and support. Your comments and enthusiasm have been made this an amazing experience and we thank you all so much. We are... (Read More)

Let's See Some Proof!

June 27th - via: kickstarter.com
Hello Everyone,  A few of our backers have asked us to show them some examples of foods that have been hugged as a demonstration of how well the Food Huggers preserve your food. We absolutely understand that all of you are curious to see how well... (Read More)

Uh Oh: Are You Storing Your Produce Wrong?

June 27th - via: brit.co
This new product has GOT to go in the “Why has no one thought of this before!?” category. Gotta love Kickstarter for helping us discover the adorably named “Food Huggers,” AKA the perfect solution to any produce-storing problems. (Read More)

Food Huggers

Everyone's been there: You have half a lemon (or onion, apple, tomato, cucumber...) in the fridge, and by the time you're ready to use it, it's dry and shriveled. Food waste is a big problem, needless to say. Well, these Food Huggers might be here to save the day. (Read More)

Introducing Avocado Huggers

June 25th - via: kickstarter.com
Hello Everyone, Last week we set a stretch goal and shared the planned reward with our backers. Our new goal was $50,000 and we set a deadline of July 3rd. Thanks to everyone's enthusiasm, we are quickly closing in on this goal. As a result, there... (Read More)

Food Huggers: An Easy Way to Keep Leftover Fruits & Veggies Fresh

June 25th - via: thekitchn.com
What do you do with leftover lemon and onion halves or chunks of cut cucumber and zucchini when you're done cooking? Storing them in plastic food containers usually takes up excess room in the fridge, wrapping them in plastic wrap seems wasteful, and cut produce loose in the fridge dries out within days. (Read More)

Food Huggers Stretch Goal.

June 21st - via: kickstarter.com
This post is for backers only. Please visit Kickstarter.com and log in to read. (Read More)

We Did It!

June 21st - via: kickstarter.com
We reached our goal in just one week!  Thank you for your support and your help spreading the word!  - Michelle & Adrienne   (Read More)

Thank You!

June 18th - via: kickstarter.com

Kickstarter project wants you to hug your fruit and veg

June 16th - via: idealog.co.nz
Two women in the US may have just solved a problem with a solution so simple that people everywhere will be face-palming with frustration that they didn't think of it first. (Read More)

Food Huggers

Don’t worry, Food Huggers are not a group of people lecturing you about loving your food, they’re small silicone thingamajigs that help you save your fruits and vegetable from the trash or compost bin. (Read More)

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