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Not enough variety”
I love these bags. I have had both potato (some years, from Lakeland) and carrot (from another supplier) for some time and today bought one veg and two onion as they were on three for two. I would like to see a red onion and a carrot one available from Lakeland. Otherwise very satisfied. I keep mine in the deep veg drawer in the fridge. No mess, no onion skins, no potato dirt, no bits at all.
Published 18 Jun 2014
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Excellent - does what it says”
The onion bags are the best preserving bags out of all of Lakeland's preserving bags. The onions have stayed fresh for a couple of weeks and are not sprouting at all. Very pleased.
Published 01 Aug 2013
This review is for an older version of this product
I just love these bags. My potatoes/vegetables/onions (bought these three) never looked better after some time in my fridge. Thanks to Lakeland!
Published 01 Apr 2013
Disappointing - it seemed like a great idea”
by Cat Palmer
I use a lot of onions when cooking so I thought this seemed an ideal product, but unfortunately it's turned out to be a disappointment. This bag is meant to keep onions usable for a longer time, but I've found they go rotten far more quickly than if I just leave them in a normal carrier bag - I've lost track of the number I've had to throw away since I started using it. I was given a refund as soon as I raised the issue (of course - Lakeland is well known for its excellent customer service!), but I'm really disappointed that this doesn't work as the description indicates it does.
Published 05 Oct 2012
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This is a nicely made, attractive and useful item. I have 3 of the range now and am very pleased with how they look in my kitchen.
Published 10 Feb 2012