How to Store Avocados

How to Store Avocados


There are lots of hacks out there for keeping avocados fresh. From squeezing lemon juice or olive oil on the cut side to not using them unless you eat the entire thing right away. But what if we told you there was a simpler way? Abeego to the rescue!

Abeego is a beeswax food wrap that helps keep avocados (and other fruits and veggies) fresher for longer. It's perfect for avocados because it allows them to breathe while still keeping them protected from the air, light, and moisture. All you have to do is wrap your avocado in Abeego and it will stay fresh for up to 2x longer than without it. Plus, it's reusable so you can use it over and over again and it's natural so it doesn't harm you, your food, or the environment. We recommend the Small Square wrap for half-cut avocados. Grab a Single or Pack of 5 and try it risk-free.

halved avocado being wrapped in Abeego


The never ending argument of the best way to keep an avocado ends right here, right now.

  1. Cut a ripe avocado in half. Eat one, and wrap the other with the pit in.
  2. Store in the fridge, pit side up!
  3. Ready to eat? First, check its vitals: how does it look, smell, taste, is it alive? Tag us on social @abeego or send us an email with your findings!

In airtight plastic, a blackened wet avocado seems normal but it’s a man-made problem. In Abeego, if it’s not still green you might see a few brown specks as it works to heal itself which is perfectly normal for produce that’s been cut but we can dive deeper into that at another time. For now, eat it, it’s delicious. 


Abeego is the world's first beeswax food wrap that disrupted the billion dollar plastic wrap industry and sparked the worldwide trend for beeswax wraps. On a mission to Keep Food Alive, we're rewriting the story on fresh food preservation. Hellbent on debunking the "airtight" myth, Abeego offers food wrap that protects and breathes, mimicking nature's peel to keep fresh food for what feels like forever. Explore our best selling wraps. 

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