Frequently asked questions
eatCleaner® is the world’s only all-natural, lab-proven, and patented solution for eliminating toxins and keeping food fresher up to 5x longer.
Results from Lab testing
- eatCleaner®was tested on spinach against 7 other formulas and was effective in removing over 99.9% of Coliform bacteria, generic E.coli and Salmonella. This test was done by Microbial Research in Fort Collins, Colorado in 2008.
- eatCleaner® was tested on spinach and was effective in reducing Coliform bacteria, generic E.coli and Listeria “in suspension” to a 3-log or 99.9% reduction after 120 seconds exposure time. The formula was also effective in reducing Coliform bacteria, generic E.coli and Listeria on spinach to a 3-log or 99.9% reduction. This test was done by CMC Inc. labs in Walnut Creek, California on behalf of Earthbound Farms on 02/23/2011.
- eatCleaner® has a significant effect on the reduction of pesticides, Atrazine and Simizine. In comparison to rinse water, eatCleaner is 99 times more effective. This test was done by Ultimate Labs in San Diego, California on 04/01/2014.
- eatCleaner® was proven to reduce Listeria monocytogenes, Salmonella typhimurium and Escherichia coli by 99.99% within 15 seconds. The control, which as water, reduced the microbial load by 0%. This test was done by Micro Quality Labs in Burbank, California on 10/08/2015 and repeated on 10/29/2015 with the same results.
- eatCleaner® was 98% more effective at removing pesticides imidacloprid and carbendazim from strawberries than water alone. This test was done by Weck Laboratories in City of Industry, California on 08/11/2016.
- Generously use eatCleaner® Triple Action Produce Spray on all produce surfaces and let it soak for 2-5 minutes. Rinse with clean water into a bowl or sink until water runs clear.
- eatCleaner® Triple Action Produce Spray works on all fresh produce including: leafy greens, broccoli, asparagus, mushrooms, berries, carrots, fruit, peels on potatoes, melons, limes, lemons, oranges, and any already-cut produce that can turn brown like apples and potatoes.
- Use eatCleaner® Go Anywhere Produce Wipes by removing towelette from pack and gently wiping all areas of produce for 30 seconds until clean. Then wait 10 seconds for produce to try before enjoying. No rinsing required.
- eatCleaner® Go Anywhere Produce Wipes work on all fresh produce including: firm-fleshed produce like apples, pears, nectarines, potatoes and onions as well as fruits with peels like oranges, grapefruits, lemons, and bananas.
All eatCleaner® products are made in the USA in an FDA-approved facility to help support the country’s economy and carbon footprint.
eatCleaner® products are made with all-natural, plant-based ingredients including: Water, Citric Acid (CAS RN 77-92-9), Sodium Citrate (CAS RN 68-04-2) Sea Salt (CAS RN 7647-14-5), Capryl / Capryl Glucoside and Lauryl Glucoside (68515-73-1 and 110615-47-9), and Glycerin (CAS RN 56-81-5).
eatCleaner® was intentionally formulated to help protect you and your family. It is safe to use for everyone including the immunocompromised: infants, children, pregnant women, and elderly people.
eatCleaner® is proud to be climate-pledge friendly. Our products are made with all-natural ingredients, recyclable packaging, and BPA-free plastic. Our Go Anywhere Produce Wipes are biodegradable, and our streamlined, effective product line helps you keep food fresher up to 5x longer.
eatCleaner® is available for purchase online and at select retailers.
Sometimes liquid spray nozzles get stuck. When this happens, simply twist off the nozzle cap by turning it clockwise. Then, run hot water through the tube while depressing the sprayer until water beings to sprays through the nozzle. If the spray still doesn’t work, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you a replacement.
The Coronavirus spreads primarily through droplets of saliva or nose discharge when an infected person coughs or sneezes (CDC). COVID-19 can be transmitted from contaminated surfaces, including produce, when touching the nose, mouth, or eyes. Surface contamination of produce can occur when people who are infected with the virus, whether symptomatic or asymptomatic, touch produce in retail, food service, and distribution settings. Evidence on previous Coronavirus strains shows that good food hygiene can prevent transmission. Washing produce at home with “soap” and warm water is not effective.