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Produce Purifier

The most important device in your kitchen

Crop DeTox is the Produce Purifier that cleans germs, pesticides, bacteria, staphylococcus, insecticides, antibiotics, E. coli & other nasties from your fruit, veg, meat, fish & poultry.

How does it work? Simply drop it in a sink full of water with whatever produce you want to clean, and hit the start button. When the light goes off (after 5 or 15 minutes), you’re all set. Rinse off your clean fruit and veg and it’s ready to eat or be stored in the fridge or pantry. 

 

Clean, wholesome food without the grubbiness.

A lot of the food we consume comes from commercial agriculture.

A ‘quantity over quality’ approach to food production might keep the supermarket shelves stacked, but our bodies are paying the price for it, long after we’ve left the checkout.

‘Organic only’ is not an option for a lot of us, and that’s where Crop DeTox comes in.

Washing your fruit, veg and other ingredients with a produce purifier means you can shop in the ‘regular’ section of the supermarket, but still enjoy food free from a lot of pesticides, insecticides, bacteria and other foodborne diseases.

100% Natural Process Removes Up to 99% Of Pesticides & Bacteria

ZERO Harsh Chemicals

Restore The Full Natural Flavour Of Your Food

Depending on how sensitive your palette is, you may taste the difference when you’re eating fruit and veg that has been Crop DeToxed.

In most cases you’ll be able to see the Crop DeTox difference when you look at what is left behind in your sink.

But most importantly, when you Crop DeTox your ingredients, you are protecting your family’s diet from viruses, bugs and toxins in a natural, safe, and effective way.

Tap Water Before & After A Crop DeTox Wash

NO CHEMICALS + NO SCRUBBING + NO REFILLS + NO WASTE + NO MESS = NO NONSENSE.

JUST CLEAN, SAFE FOOD YOU CAN TRUST.

So How Does It Actually Work?

You Are What You Eat

You Are What You Eat

We have an estimated 4.1 million cases of foodborne illness and disease every year in Australia, resulting in:

31,000 hospitalisations

1 million visits to doctors

86 deaths

Foodborne diseases are caused by consuming contaminated food, and while anyone can be infected with it, infants, the elderly, people with suppressed immune systems and pregnant women are more susceptible to it.