Berry Breeze - Oxygenating Refrigerator Neutralizer
High in the mountains of planet Earth, an ocean of the purest, most
pristine air in the world fills ancient valleys and laps against
weathered peaks. It is in this primordial environment that the freshest
herbs, most nutritious berries, tastiest fruits and healthful plants
grow wild and free.
At that high elevation, far away from human industry and pollution,
oxygen is at its peak and the air itself is a life-giving nectar that
allows both flora and fauna to thrive. Here, oxygen and other vital
nutrients help heal and rejuvenate the fruits, herbs, plants, animals
and all of humanity. A visit here – to savor the sunshine or to harvest
organic wild crafted herbs – is a spiritual experience.
Our purpose at BerryBreeze™ is to promote healthy, sustainable
lifestyles that increase the life and longevity of people everywhere.
Like a breath of cool mountain air, BerryBreezeTM oxygenates, cleans
and reinvigorates the fruits, vegetables and food that you store at home
in your refrigerator, extending both their life and their freshness
while preserving their nutritional benefits.
BerryBreeze™ extends the life and longevity of your food, and that in turn extends the life and longevity of you.
BerryBreeze™ — Keep it fresh. Keep it live™.
What is BerryBreeze™?
BerryBreeze™ is a compact device that filters and cleans the air in
your fridge. Using patented technology, BerryBreeze™ fills your
refrigerator with activated oxygen to neutralize bacteria, mold and
other harmful microbes. As a result, your food stays fresh for longer
and your fridge smells as fresh as a mountain meadow – all without the
use of carcinogens, chemicals or harsh cleaners. Join the BerryBreeze™
revolution to enhance the nutrition of your food and keep your fridge
smelling fresh and clean. You’ll be reducing food waste and protecting
the environment at the same time!
- ~BerryBreeze™ keeps your fruits, vegetables, and
other food in your fridge from spoiling and decay (2 to 3 times longer),
while maintaining freshness and nutritional value.
- ~BerryBreeze™ sanitizes your fridge by safely and
naturally neutralizing undesirable microorganisms, germs, mold, yeast,
fungus, bacteria, and viruses.
- ~BerryBreeze™ can cure “Sick Refrigerator Syndrome”
by neutralizing mold and bacteria and keeping your fridge and your food
clean, fresh, and healthy.
- ~BerryBreeze™ completely eliminates all unwanted odors, tastes and smells from your refrigerator and your food.
- ~BerryBreeze™ saves you an estimated $2200 per year
per household by avoiding spoilage of food in your fridge, equivalent
to $165 billion a year for all Americans.*
- ~BerryBreeze™ can help feed the planet. The average
American wastes around 40% percent of all edible food and if we were
able to save just 15% of that, it would be enough to help feed 25
- ~BerryBreeze™ can help eliminate pollution.
Americans waste over 33 million tons of food per year, which is the
largest component of U.S. municipal solid waste and a large portion of
- ~BerryBreeze™ helps save the planet and reduces your carbon footprint for a greener planet by reducing plastic containers, bags, and wraps.
- ~BerryBreeze™ is easy to use and maintenance-free.
Just put the unit in your fridge and it works without having to remember
to replace absorption packs or filters.
- ~BerryBreeze™ is the only refrigerator product to
use a superior Patented Technology that produces activated oxygen versus
aluminosilicate (absorption packs).
*National Resources Defense Council August 2012
How To Keep Vegetables Fresh In Your Refrigerator
When you stop to think about it, wondering about how to keep
vegetables fresh in your refrigerator is a pretty novel thing. Just a
hundred years ago, before modern electric appliances, people couldn’t
even ask the question. Now things are different. Today you can buy a
refrigerator as big as a house or pick up a mini-fridge for your college
dorm. Today, people even drive 18-wheeled diesel-powered refrigerators on superhighways. If they were alive, our ancestors would accuse us of witchcraft.
As a species, it’s pretty easy to feel impressed with ourselves –
we’ve accomplished some neat things over the past century. But with
every new breakthrough come new problems. When we learned how to
preserve food with cold air, we invented a system that short-circuits
our natural inclination to prevent food waste.
Does Refrigeration Contribute to Food Waste?
here’s the dark side of the modern kitchen: these days, even though
we’re able to put our food in cold storage until it’s time for dinner,
the average American family still throws out
somewhere between 12 and 25 percent of the food they buy. It’s not
because we don’t care about the planet, and we ourselves haven’t changed
in fundamental ways. But both technology and the idea of abundance have
had an effect on our psychology. When you’ve got a machine that lets
you forget about your food, enough people do exactly that – and it’s
enough to make a difference.
How much food are we talking about again? It works out to more than
465 pounds of food a year, per family. We can do better than that. We
should do better than that. After all, the question of how to keep
vegetables fresh in your refrigerator isn’t a hard one to answer. We can
prevent food waste. It takes some planning, that’s all.
We take this stuff pretty seriously, so we’ve put together a few tips
to help make sure your veggies stay fresh and crisp until you chop them
up for that Cobb salad recipe you’ve been waiting to try. Ready? Let’s
see what we can do to address this problem.
Keeping Vegetables Refrigerator-Fresh
- Map out where veggies should go. The first order of business
is to find out which vegetables actually belong in the refrigerator. For
instance, did you know that cucumbers
can actually be damaged by chilly temperatures? They’re out.
Artichokes, on the other hand, need to be kept cold.
- Remember microclimates. Don’t think of your refrigerator as
one big block of cool air. It’s more like a collection of tiny zones
that are slightly different from one another. Some spots are colder.
Some are more humid. Those are microclimates.
Your crisper drawer is a microclimate – it’s good for storing broccoli
and leaf veggies. Keep beans away from the back and top of the fridge.
- Be aware of ethylene producers. Ethylene is a gas that causes
produce to ripen more quickly. That sounds pretty good, but it can get
out of control quickly, and before you know it you’ve got a fridge full
of rotten veggies. Apples and figs can fill your refrigerator with
ethylene and put the hurt on your asparagus and cabbages, so keep them
separate from the rest of your produce. Better yet, invest in a product
that neutralizes ethylene. BerryBreeze™ will prevent food waste like nobody’s business, and it’ll leave your fridge smelling fresh and clean.
- Give your greens a little TLC. Ever had to pick through a bunch of cilantro and throw out the slimy bits? That’s a definite downer. To keep leafy greens
fresher longer, wash them in cold water with a little vinegar or lemon
juice. Repeat until you’re not seeing any dirt in the sink, then dry
them completely and store them in a ventilated plastic bag. Don’t forget
them in the back of the drawer.
- Use the power of oxygen. Activated oxygen is a powerful tool
in the fight to prevent food waste, and it’s what allows the
BerryBreeze™ Fridge Freshener to neutralize bacteria, mold and other
microorganisms that cause spoilage. When you place one on your top
shelf, all of the surfaces in your fridge – including your veggies –
will be bathed in nature’s original air freshener: clean, powerful
oxygen. It’s a truly eco friendly solution to the problem of how to keep vegetables fresh in your refrigerator.
When you teach yourself relevant details about your produce and take
the time to think about how your refrigerator really works, you’re
arming yourself with the facts you need keep your foods fresher longer.
Sometimes it’s nice to have a hand when you’re trying to prevent food
waste, though. The BerryBreeze™ Fridge Freshener will help keep your
fridge clean and safe without increasing your environmental footprint.
That’s a major plus for the health of your family, and for our planet.