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Isolation on the horizon

Published: 18 Mar 2020

Isolation on the horizon

With COVID-19 appearing to have topped the conversation charts across the UK overtaking Brexit and even the weather as the most talked about subject, Fresh Pod have taken into considertion that most of the UK are buying in bulk and hibernating for the next couple of weeks. 
 
Whilst we hope most people will still be out and about over the coming weeks and months many will be preparing to spend more time at home in isolation for a considerable period of time. 
 
It is possible to purchase fresh produce and store for a length of time, in the home, with it staying fresh, crispier and tastier for up to four times longer. 
 
Fresh Pod is already being used by thousands of households in the UK and is the perfect fridge and fruit bowl companion. 
Produce stays perfectly fresh for a long amount of time, reducing food waste and until eaten, and in a completely safe and natural way. 
 
With supermarkets cutting down on stock and setting limits on how many items the public can buy, Fresh Pod are here to put your mind at ease. Use a money saving pod in your fridge, flowers, fruit bowl, lunch box or even cool box to prolong the life of your fruit and veg by up to 4 times longer, therefore saving you money and the amount of trips you need to go to the supermarket.


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