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How Long Will My Fresh Fruit Stay Fresh?

One of the hardest things to determine when eating fresh, natural, and healthy is how long certain foods will stay fresh in your pantry, refrigerator, and freezer. You can finally stop guessing because we’ve compiled freshness lists of the most popular fruits, vegetables, meats & poultry, fish, dairy & eggs, oils, and herbs used in cooking for you to reference anytime you need it.
The following lists solely contain fresh, whole, and raw foods, oils and herbs.

 

Find Your Fruit In The Pantry In The Refrigerator In The Freezer
Apples 1-3 Days (or until ripe) 3-4 Weeks 10-12 Months
Apricots 1-3 Days (or until ripe) 4-5 Days (once ripe) 10-12 Months
Avocados 4-7 Days (or until ripe) 3-5 Days (once ripe) 3-6 Months
Bananas 2-5 Days (or until ripe) 5-7 Days (once ripe) 2-3 Months
Blackberries N/A 2-3 Days 10-12 Months
Blueberries N/A 1-2 Weeks 10-12 Months
Boysenberries N/A 2-3 Days 10-12 Months
Cantaloupe Melons 2-4 Days (or until ripe) 7-10 Days (once ripe) 10-12 Months
Casaba Melons 2-4 Days (or until ripe) 7-10 Days (once ripe) 10-12 Months
Cherimoya 2-5 Days (or until ripe) 1-2 Days (once ripe) 10-12 Months
Cherries N/A 4-7 Days 10-12 Months
Clementines 1 Week 1-2 Weeks 10-12 Months
Cranberries N/A 2-4 Weeks 10-12 Months
Crenshaw Melons 2-4 Days (or until ripe) 7-10 Days 10-12 Months
Currants N/A 1-2 Days 10-12 Months
Elderberries N/A 2-3 Days 10-12 Months
Feijoa 2-3 Days (or until ripe) 1-2 Days (once ripe) 10-12 Months
Figs N/A 1-2 Days 10-12 Months
Fruit Salad N/A 5-7 Days N/A
Gooseberries N/A 3-4 Days 10-12 Months
Grapefruit 1 Week 2-3 Weeks 10-12 Months
Grapes N/A 5-7 Days 10-12 Months
Guava N/A 3-4 Days 10-12 Months
Honeydew Melons 2-4 Days (or until ripe) 5-7 Days (once ripe) 10-12 Months
Huckleberries N/A 7-14 Days 10-12 Months
Kiwi 2-3 Days (or until ripe) 5-7 Days (once ripe) 10-12 Months
Kumquats 3-5 Days 2-3 Weeks 10-12 Months
Lemons 1 Week 2-3 Weeks 3-4 Months
Limes 1 Week 3-4 Weeks 3-4 Months
Litchis (Lychees) N/A 5-7 Days 10-12 Months
Mangos 2-5 Days (or until ripe) 5-7 Days (once ripe) 10-12 Months
Nectarines 2-3 Days (or until ripe) 3-5 Days (once ripe) 10-12 Months
Olives N/A 2-3 Months 10-12 Months
Oranges 1 Week 2-3 Weeks 10-12 Months
Papayas 2-5 Days (or until ripe) 2-3 Days (once ripe) 10-12 Months
Passion Fruit 2-5 Days (or until ripe) 5-7 Days (once ripe) 6-8 Months
Peaches 1-3 Days (or until ripe) 3-5 Days (once ripe) 10-12 Months
Pears 1-4 Days (or until ripe) 5-7 Days (once ripe) 10-12 Months
Persimmons 1-4 Days (or until ripe) 2-3 Days (once ripe) 10-12 Months
Pineapple 1-2 Days 3-5 Days 10-12 Months
Plantains 3-5 Days (or until ripe) 3-5 Days (once ripe) 10-12 Months
Plums 2-3 Days (or until ripe) 3-5 Days (once ripe) 10-12 Months
Pomegranate 1-2 Weeks 1-2 Months 10-12 Months
Prickly Pears 2-5 Days (or until ripe) 1-3 Days (once ripe) 10-12 Months
Quines 2-5 Days (or until ripe) 2-3 Weeks (once ripe) 10-12 Months
Raspberries N/A 2-3 Days 10-12 Months
Sapote (Marmalade Plum) 2-5 Days (or until ripe) 3-5 Days (once ripe) 10-12 Months
Star Fruit (Carambola) 2-5 Days (or until ripe) 5-7 Days (once ripe) 10-12 Months
Strawberries N/A 2-3 Days 10-12 Months
Tangerine (Mandarin Orange) 1 Week 1-2 Weeks 10-12 Months
Ugli Fruit 1 Week 1-2 Weeks 10-12 Months
Watermelon 7-10 Days 2 Weeks 10-12 Months

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