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BerryBreeze: Keep Fresh Fruit Fresh Longer

Everyone knows that eating fresh fruit is healthy for you. Everyone also knows that there is only so much fresh fruit you can keep on-hand at one time, and only so long it lasts once it comes home from the store. Especially berries. I’m sure there’s some scientific explanation for why berries seem to have this magic point in time at which they go from a juicy, tasty treat to a moldy, squidgy mess…I don’t need to understand it. All I know is if I buy berries, I have usually a maximum of four days in which to eat them. I’m not the only one: 40% of all food in the United States goes uneaten each year. Mostly because it goes bad before we get to it. That’s just wrong.

Enter BerryBreeze. Using activated oxygen (also known as ozone), BerryBreeze not only keeps your fruit and other produce good for longer, it actually removes bacteria from all of your food as well as the interior of your refrigerator. It also controls mold and other microbes, leaving your food in an edible state for 2-3 times longer than normal. Imagine how much money you would save on groceries if you could keep strawberries longer than the blink of an eye after which they go bad now! I’m really very excited about this one… we eat a lot of fruit.

Here’s a thing that will probably appeal to a lot of folks: BerryBreeze is certified for organic use under USDA National Organic Standards. In addition to controlling nastiness that might grow on your food, it also eliminates odors and cross-tastes that can happen between foods stored in your refrigerator. Get rid of that old box of baking soda and replace it with the BerryBreeze. They’re about the same size (5 x 2.5 x 5 inches). All you need is four D cell batteries, and you’re off. There are no filters or absorption packs to replace, and it has an indicator light which will turn red when your batteries need replacing.

BerryBreeze: Keep Fresh Fruit Fresh Longer

You can take one home today for about $43.00 US. Estimated savings on food for the year? About $2,200. That’s easy math.

Source: Red Ferret

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