Those Blueberries Won’t Die!

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Been using Berry Breeze device and it’s wonderful. Produce no longer rots quickly in the fridge. Saves a ton of money and headaches. Photos taken last week. Learn about Berry Breeze Now







This last picture was taken TODAY, a total of 35 days of shelf life for those blueberries… yet! 


Frederic Patenaude

Frederic Patenaude has been an important influence in the raw food and natural health movement since he started writing and publishing in 1998, first by being the editor of Just Eat an Apple magazine. He is the author of over 20 books, including The Raw Secrets, the Sunfood Cuisine and Raw Food Controversies. Since 2013 he’s been the Editor-in-Chief of Renegade Health.

Frederic loves to relentlessly debunk nutritional myths. He advocates a low-fat, plant-based diet and has had over 10 years of experience with raw vegan diets. He lives in Montreal, Canada.


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  1. kevin says:

    i purchased my berry Breeze a month ago and I will tell you I was skeptical but I am a believer now and recommend it to all my friends.

  2. Holly says:

    I read that one of the advantages to the Berry Breeze is the elimination of plastic bags for storage, but when doing so, I found my celery to be limp. Given that, I was hesitant to give up the bag for my kale and collards, but with your advice, I will keep lettuce and leafy green veggies in a bag with holes!

  3. Enjoyed the pictures. When will you have Muna tea available – tried to order – out of stock.thanks i love it!!

  4. Karen says:

    Does this product just work on berries…or all fruits and veggies? Does it work on the items in the drawers of the refrig or just on the shelves? Should I still use the Debbie Myer Green Bags? I tried looking at the manufacturing info, but it was all marketing hype, not explanation of HOW it works and WHAT it works on.

    • Good question. It actually works for all FOODs. All produce, and also other foods like meat, cheeses, etc. It purifies the air in your fridge to kill a lot of mold, fungus, and bacteria that are responsible for making foods decompose. “Berry Breeze” is the name but it’s not just for berries… although I understand the confusion since I used blueberries as an example.

  5. Liz says:

    I would like to know HOW it works to killl moulds, fungi, bacteria etc – what sort of chemicals are used, if any, and is there any sort of irradiation going on……..

    Still healthily sceptical until that is known, but would love it to be good news. And, by extension, would this be a gadget that you could use in the bathroom, laundry etc to eliminate moulds etc?


  6. I purchased what they called a MiniMate several years ago but it never seemed to work. I was wondering if the same company made the one you are advertising but have improved it and changed the name.

  7. Does it work by batteries? What about Debbie Meyer green bags? do we still need to use those? How long does this Berry Breeze last? Do we need to replace it every few months? or do we just change batteries? I mean how does it work?

  8. Jo says:

    Is this product available to Canadians?

  9. Mary says:

    I’m concerned about the batteries leaking acid in the moist refrigerated environment. Batteries do leak acid quickly when left in a moist environment as I experienced in my own home during a recent flood. Are the batteries recommended to be changed at the four month mark regardless of whether they are still working to prevent this? Or do you use until the batteries no longer work and then change the batteries? Any feedback on this would be welcomed.

    • Kevin Gianni Kevin Gianni says:

      When using the batteries as directed they won’t leak. The device works by purifying the air every four hours. It doesn’t run constantly, so that’s why the batteries last four months. You’ll see a light blinking and when the light no longer blinks it’s time to change the batteries.

  10. Jeanne says:

    Hi, since it uses ozone, I was wondering if it is safe for people with asthma. I once bought an air purifier, that spewed out large amounts of ozone, and I found out it wasn’t good for my health; I have asthma. Maybe it isn’t the same kind of ozone.

    Can you shed any light on that issue? I would like to buy it, but don’t want to ruin my health over it. But I thought since it is in the fridge maybe it wouldn’t be a problem.

    Any information would be helpful.


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