There’s nothing quite like the smell of old food (or even worse, mold) in your refrigerator to turn your appetite. While the magical trick of leaving baking soda to absorb these odors does the trick to neutralize bad odors, it doesn’t eliminate the bacteria that are building up.
To eliminate germs and odors, we recommend BerryBreeze, a unique battery operated oxygen generator designed to neutralize and sanitize the hundreds of thousands of bad bacteria - as well as mold, fungus and odors - found in the average fridge so your produce will last up to four times longer. The result? Fruits and vegetables stay fresher and eliminate the needless waste of food and money.
The device was created by entrepreneur Russ Karlen and his daughter, Brittany Karlen Messmer – with the support of auto industry icon Lee Iococca. Iococca called BerryBreeze, “The most exciting invention for the refrigerator in the last 100 years” in large part because food doesn’t just age - it’s attacked. Microscopic organisms in the air like bacteria, fungi and mold find their way onto foods and slowly break them down at the cellular level. These microbes literally eat away at the food as they multiply and produce toxic waste products.
The device, which takes four “D” batteries, generates activated oxygen for the initial 60 minutes of operation turning the LED on front green, then automatically switches to standby mode (170 minutes) blinking green, after which it reactivates for 10 minutes and repeats the cycle for 230 minutes until the batteries need replacement (usually five to six months).
BerryBreeze retails for $49.95. For more information, visit www.berrybreeze.com.
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