The Corner Fridge –
The Ideal Solution to Household Food Wastage
There’s little wonder that in these waste conscious times that food wastage is a subject
that’s high on everybody’s agenda and rightly so when you consider that
as much as £15 billion worth is thrown away each year!
As recent press articles have pointed out, there are huge variations in ‘use by dates’ between seemingly
similar products on the supermarket shelves; it’s not unusual for differences to extend
to months rather than weeks or days.
Skeptics amongst us might suggest it’s all a ruse on behalf of the supermarkets and food manufacturers to get us to purchase more often.
Whatever the truth might be, one thing is certain –most households waste food,
throwing it away because it’s no longer fresh.
This is often a result food being tightly packed within a refrigerator resulting in it either being starved of the very necessary air circulation it requires or not allowing us to notice it before it’s too late.
Furthermore, many of us risk illness due to our lack of knowledge on how to store certain foods correctly.
For example; jams and preserves are generally best kept in a pantry or cupboard since
conventional refrigerators encourage mould whilst items like tomato ketchup or
brown sauce should ideally be refrigerated;
hands up how many of you have been getting that the wrong way around?
However, ‘The Corner Fridge’ answers many of the above issues.
Besides acting as one convenient central store for all your food produce; a result of its
capacious 1,300 litre interior utilising just one square metre of floor space,
The Corner Fridge affords you the extra shelf space that prevents air pockets between produce
allowing air to freely circulate. This allows food to stay fresher for far longer.
The fact that you can readily see all produce, at a glance, means that you are far less likely to overlook
food items, making use of them whilst they are fresh or within date.
With internal house temperatures on the rise, due to ever more efficient heating systems and
heat saving measures, items that some of us have traditionally stored in a pantry cupboard,
like cheeses or eggs, ideally now need to be refrigerated too. This of course impacts further
on the already tight constrains of a conventional refrigerator.
However, this isn’t the case with the interior of The Corner Fridge which swallows such items with ease
freeing up worktops, shelves and cupboards.
It’s not just food waste that The Corner Fridge helps prevent.
Its ‘A’ rated status means that its super energy efficient whilst it’s capacity means that one large shop is possible
instead of the usual several trips to the supermarket – saving you both time and money.
For further information: www.cornerfridge.com