20 Apr '15, 6pm

Groundfridge lets you store perishables without traditional refrigeration

It’s easy to forget how much energy it takes to keep our food fresh. So imagine taking advantage of the earth’s natural underground insulation to store and keep your vegetables. Weltevree , a Dutch design company created by Floris Schoonderbeek, specializes in products made to encourage people to take advantage of natural and outdoor living. Their Groundfridge is a modern take on the familiar root cellar concept, allowing you to keep your produce fresh without traditional

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