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Fresh Pod Supports Race for Life

Published: 29 Jun 2009



Fresh Pod is pleased to be supporting Race For Life across East Anglia this year with a £4 donation for everyone sold being donated to the Race For Life fund raising effort. 
 
Fresh Pod's MD took part in the race on Sunday in Bury St Edmunds as part of the Fresh Pod support. Instead of sponsoring our Fresh Pod runner purchase a Fresh Pod instead!  
 
Three reasons why you should: 
 
1. When you purchase a Fresh Pod online at www.freshpod.co.uk £4 will be donated to Cancer Research's fund raising efforts 
 
2. It is estimated each household throws away on average £420 of fresh produce into landfill site every year. Fresh Pod will reduce your household waste and help the environment  
 
3. Placing a Fresh Pod in your fridge or fruit bowl will save you a considerable amount of money on food waste 
 
Fresh Pod is completely safe and natural and guaranteed to work. Only £12.99 a kit will last you a full 12 months and will pay for itself time and time again.  
 
When making your purchase online make sure you use the promotional code R4LB when asked! 
 
Please pass this message onto your friends and help Cancer Research, the planet and your pocket all in one go.

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