FRIDGEFRESH® Featured on The Kitchn, Helps Keep Produce Fresh, Twice as Long

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FRIDGEFRESH® starred in the reputable food site after nutritionist, food, health, and wellness writer, Heather McClees, wrote a detailed review of its effectiveness to keep her vegetables fresh for twice as long.

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“Oranges last me almost a month-and-a-half; ditto on lemons, pears, and other hard fruits,” Heather explained. “Fresh herbs last well over a week versus three or four days before the Fridge Fresh”.

Activated Oxygen Technologies’ FRIDGEFRESH® has been featured on the popular daily food magazine on the web, The Kitchn - a part of the Apartment Therapy Media network that is helping people make their homes more beautiful, organized and healthy.

FRIDGEFRESH® starred in the reputable food site after nutritionist, food, health, and wellness writer, Heather McClees, wrote a detailed review of its effectiveness to keep her vegetables fresh for twice as long.

The FRIDGEFRESH® unit is a small battery-powered device that uses activated oxygen to remove pollutants and kill microbes which prolongs the life of fruits and vegetables by 7 to 10 days.

In need of a solution to help keep her cherished vegetables stay fresh and cut down food waste, Heather, though unsure at first of how effective it would be, purchased a FRIDGEFRESH® unit and gave it a try. The plant-based nutritionist said she monitored to see what difference the device would make with her freshly bought produce. After weeks of use, she found that, “Apples now last almost a month-and-a-half versus the three weeks they used to last in my crisper.” She added, “Romaine hearts stay crisp a month or a little longer…”

“Oranges last me almost a month-and-a-half; ditto on lemons, pears, and other hard fruits,” Heather explained. “Fresh herbs last well over a week versus three or four days before the Fridge Fresh”.

With such remarkable results, it’s not hard to see why The Kitchn couldn’t pass on a mention of FRIDGEFRESH® to their millions of readers who care about the quality of their food, and how it affects their health and that of the planet, since the FRIDGEFRESH® unit aligns with their mission so well. Indeed, the FRIDGEFRESH® unit is a piece of kitchen intelligence and lives up to the standard of one of the resources The Kitchn seeks to connect their readers to, to improve their homes.

How FRIDGEFRESH® Works
FRIDGEFRESH® releases activated oxygen (O3) to neutralize mold, yeast, fungus, and other microbes— which helps to keep produce fresh 2-3 times longer than normal (on average)— and that keeps up to $2,200 for groceries spend back in your pocket.

For Heather, it makes her food taste fresher, not just last longer. “… Which makes sense, considering the technology suppresses the growth of harmful microorganisms on fresh fruits and veggies, which also helps prevent any odors that can arise,” she commented.

“Plus, the little machine keeps some types of produce, such as apples, from releasing natural gases too quickly that makes other items spoil more quickly.”

Heather said that she can safely say, “This one little machine that I hardly pay any attention to has helped me save hundreds of dollars' worth of produce in a year's time.”

About Activated Oxygen Technologies

Activated Oxygen Technologies provides families with various wellness products that incorporate modern day technology with activated oxygen.

For many families, wellness starts at home. That’s why Activated Oxygen Technologies is dedicated to creating products that provide households with a multitude of wellness solutions. For more information visit http://www.activatedoxygentechnologies.com

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About Kitchn

The Kitchn was founded in 2005 by Maxwell Ryan and Sara Kate Gillingham. Kitchn is part of the Apartment Therapy Media network with a mission to help people make their homes more beautiful, organized, and healthy by connecting them to a wealth of resources, ideas and community online.

The Kitchn is a site for people who like to get their hands dirty while they cook. It is for those who care about the quality of their food, and how it affects the health of themselves and the planet. It is also for those who want to cook more, but are shy in the kitchen. It’s a place to dive in deep and embrace the joy of one of our basic needs: food.

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