Two main things to remember:
o Do not wash produce until you are ready to eat it.
o Store fruits and vegetables separately.
Proper Fruit Storage
Fruits like low moisture. Berries last about three days so eat those first.
Store unwashed strawberries on a paper towel in a sealed plastic storage
Berries, oranges, pineapples, cherries, grapes and watermelon do not
ripen after picking. Put them directly into the refrigerator. Lemons and
limes can be kept on the counter, but last longer in the refrigerator.
Buy bananas green, and let them ripen to use when you want them.
Banana skins turn black in the refrigerator, but the fruit will still taste the
same. When bananas are overly ripe, peel them, put them in small food
or fruit storage bags and freeze them for smoothies.