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New "keep food fresh" gizmo "freshy"--Any good?

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mommasue Sep 19, 2013 08:05 AM

So I read about this:"Freshy, the new food preservation device is a small, egg-shaped tool that you keep in your refrigerator and pantry to prolong the shelf life of food...Freshy is available online at FreshyWorks.com for $19.95."
Have any of you heard of this thing, know if it works? I am deeply suspicious of things that sound too good to be true.

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  1. DuchessNukem RE: mommasue Sep 19, 2013 09:50 AM

    Why is this stuff so appealing lol? I'm gonna go with "nonsense"; maybe the local CH scientists have some thoughts on it.

    Per their website:
    "spring water with a proprietary combination of minerals and a unique blend of natural elements.The contents are all natural, non toxic and environmentally safe"
    http://www.freshyworks.com/science.php

    and
    "contains natural mineral elements and emits a safe energy"
    "Freshy’s safe energy cannot go through metal or aluminum"
    http://www.freshyworks.com/media/Fres...

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    1. re: DuchessNukem
      Coogles RE: DuchessNukem Sep 20, 2013 07:01 AM

      "Emits a safe energy" to me says "radioactive".

    2. scubadoo97 RE: mommasue Sep 20, 2013 03:48 AM

      Smells fishy to me

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