Make Your Fresh Produce Last

Wanting to make fewer trips to the grocery store? Check out Del Monte's tips on how to keep your produce fresh and tasty!

Healthy Tips

  • If you have bendy broccoli, bring it back to life by soaking it in ice water for 5-10 minutes.
  • Wrinkly tomatoes? Roughly chop them and sauté in some olive oil with garlic salt and pepper and serve over your choice of noodles for an easy meal in minutes.


  • Did you know? Bell peppers, certain berries, and even bananas are good sources of vitamin C—no need to say “C” you later to a delicious variety of fruits and veggies!
  • If your favorite recipe only calls for a little bit of this and a little bit of that, freeze the rest! Bananas, pineapples and even avocado can be frozen—simply slice, place on a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper and freeze. Once completely frozen, you can transfer to a freezer-safe container and use as much, or as little, as you need.
  • Reaching for healthier snacks can be tough! Prepare fresh fruits and veggies ahead of time so you can grab a nutritious snack whether you’re working from home or catching up on your favorite show