National Geographic : 1984 Apr
ideas on tl put into o Those ic that our F refrigerate money isn't the only logical reason you should consider buy ing a Frigidaire refrigerator. Another is preserving your food. For example, on a number of our side-by-side and top freezer models, there's what we call a "Food Life Preserver" section. It has three special drawers based on one simple principle: all foods are not created equal. Each requires different conditions to stay its freshest. That's why it's cold enough in our Meat Tender to keep meat *Based on published annual energy consumption data. eFrigidaire oneIon,whcis.a . ..a tKdantie © 1983 W.C .I . fresh for up to seven days. While it's a little less cold in the vegetable drawer, so nothing prematurely wilts. The third drawer is for special foods you'd rather not wrap. It seals air out, moisture in, and keeps uncovered food fresh for days. Actually, when it comes to logical ideas, no matter where you look on a Frigidaire refrig erator, you're bound to find one. From the textured steel doors that hide fingerprints and resist scratching to a feature like Ice-N-Water through the door (why open the freezer, just for ice, and lose all that energy?). The only logical idea you can't see is the Frigidaire Quality Test Track. Its back at our factory, where every refrigerator goes through a 3/2 hour performance test. It's the kind of quality control that gives all our appli ances a reputation for being so reliable. So if you want to preserve your food, and your money, look at the Frigidaire Frost-Proof line of refrigerators. Once you do, logic should dictate your decision. * Frigidaire Logical ideas that last.