Kardashian fans divided over Kris Jenner’s all-green fridge in new photos

KRIS Jenner continues to go green – once again giving fans a sneak peak at her fully stocked veggie fridge.

And fans are divided over the fate of all that food.

Kris Jenner poses next to her green fridge with her friend, Faye Resnick

Kris Jenner poses next to her green fridge with her friend, Faye ResnickCredit: Instagram/@krisjenner
The momager has been praised, and criticized, for her fully stocked fridge

The momager has been praised, and criticized, for her fully stocked fridgeCredit: Getty

While sharing warm birthday wishes for her friend, Faye Resnick, the momager shared a recent snap of the two besties standing in front of Kris’ clear greens fridge.

The cooler was stocked with all kinds of green fruits and veggie, including lettuce, and broccoli and granny smith apples.

A whole watermelon was perfectly framed in the middle, while an entire tray below was stocked with nothing but green grapes.

Online, fans were torn between the aesthetic look of the produce and the functionality of the fridge.

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“Why is nobody talking about the complete green fridge?” one fan wondered.

Others chimed in calling the massive ice box both “epic” and “inspiring.”

But some fans felt it’s not easy being green, and were turned off by the color-coordinated appliance, saying its a waste of space and food.

“Something tells me that 90% of that green fridge got thrown away and no one ate it,” one person posted.

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It’s not the first time Kris has been criticized for her fridge.

In a recent issue of Poosh, the 66-year-old opened her kitchen doors, giving fans of Poosh a glimpse of her abundant appliances.

According to the site, Kris has two refrigerators, “of which the middle one is the showstopper with fresh fruit, vegetables, and herbs all perfectly organized and on display.”

Another fridge holds drinks, condiments, and more, while her massive freezer is “always equipped with her favorite selection of ice cream.”

But some fans were not impressed, and shared their feeling in an online chat room.

“Can you imagine being their chef and having to navigate 15 different color coordinated fridges,” one topic page asked.

Below, commenters weighed in.

“What dystopian timeline is this?” one person begged. “Showing off their wealth so shamelessly it’s repulsive.”

Another added: “And to think there are little kids who take food home from school over the weekend so they don’t go hungry. The excess here is staggering and enraging.”

Kris’ greens fridge is actually just one part of a much larger cold storage system.

There are actually three refrigerators in total, each packed with a variety of cool treats.

A second one was dedicated to dairy, eggs, bread and different varieties of chopped up berries.

That fridge also houses bottles of still and sparkling water as well as bottles of Veuve Clicquot champagne.

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A third fridge is reserved for treats and goodies, and featured a top shelf dedicated to mini cartons of ice cream on rotating lazy susans while the regular tubs were neatly lined up on the bottom shelf.

Kris had plenty of flavors to choose from, including vanilla, strawberry, dulce de leche and chocolate.

Kris'  massive fridge system

Kris’ massive fridge systemCredit: Ivan Solis for Poosh
The green fridge is just one of three packed coolers

The green fridge is just one of three packed coolersCredit: Ivan Solis for Poosh
Some fans were concerned the perishable food would go to waste

Some fans were concerned the perishable food would go to wasteCredit: Hulu