Wednesday, June 20, 2012

bluapple Review & Giveaway

Today's review is on the bluapple it is said to prolong freshness of your fruit and vegetables. I was sent the bluapple it comes in a 2 pack set and it retails for $9.95.

How Does the BluApple Work?

Ethylene gas is given off by all living plants, especially by fruits, vegetables and flowers, and acts as a chemical signal to speed up the ripening process. The release of this gas is thought to be a mechanism by which plants promote uniform ripening or opening, etc. In nature, the uniformity of these events attracts the maximum number of pollinators or seed disseminators, such as birds and insects. At home, however, when you store your fruits and vegetables in the refrigerator, ethylene gas builds up. As a result the ripening process is accelerated too quickly. This is a major reason we all throw out so much spoiled produce! The Bluapple is based on technology that has been used in ships, warehouses and trucks for many years to absorb and neutralize ethylene gas buildup. The Bluapple does not release any gas or chemical, but only absorbs, constantly removing this harmful gas from your produce storage area. The Bluapple is not a "magic" pill, but a scientific and essential part of keeping produce fresh. When produce was cheap, no one cared, but as prices have risen, it became apparent that a very beneficial product for the home could make a huge difference. There are three key elements to long produce life: a) temperature - keeping produce cold; b) humidity - using vented plastic bags to keep a moist, but not wet environment; c) ethylene gas management - using the Bluapple. Disruption of any one of these elements will cause premature spoilage. It may interest you to know that we provide a money back guarantee, which we are proud to honor. After selling many hundreds of thousands of Bluapples, we have processed only about 20 refund requests, to each of whom I have written a letter. The Bluapple is a proven, science-based technology that we have adapted for use in the home. With a single gourmet apple costing $1.25 these days, our produce is an investment worth protecting. It is our view that the Bluapple is essentially FREE. Users easily recover the purchase price in savings within a few weeks, and the Bluapple continues to deliver value for many months thereafter. I encourage you to read the attached white paper. Bluapple is more or less available nationally at retail locations such as Whole Foods Markets, Giant Foods, Stop & Shop, and many others.

I put each one in both of my drawers in the refrigerator. We have alot of fruits and vegetables that we keep to eat and this really works.

3 lucky TTGG followers will be winning a pack each of the blueapple.

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