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5 Reasons To Buy Beko Refrigerators

Manila, Philippines — Good health starts with nutrition. We are what we eat. We buy and consume more fruits and vegetables these days because these contain vitamins and minerals that are good for our health. But have you noticed that after a few days in the fridge, these fruits and veggies start to look sad and wilted? They also begin to lose the nutrients that are important in boosting the immune system and improving our general wellbeing.

Healthier and more effective food storage is what we need at a time like this as we explore how to improve our daily routines in the “new normal” and pack the food we eat with vitamins and antioxidants to stay healthy and avoid illnesses.

Our needs and requirements have changed. Most of us now buy food in bulk to lessen the number of times we go out to shop so the fruits and veggies in the fridge need to stay fresh longer. For refrigerators, we need one with added features that not many brands in the market have.

Beko Pilipinas’ world-class refrigerators are the perfect fit for the “new normal.” The company strongly believes in making products equipped with technologies that help improve the wellbeing of today’s consumers. As an appliance brand, Beko is committed to doing all they can to make people’s lives more convenient and healthier

Here are the five reasons to buy a Beko refrigerator:


  1. Two separate cooling systems and temperature controlled compartment

Beko’s NeoFrost Dual Cooling technology maintains optimum cooling conditions that helps food stay fresh for longer. With having two separate cooling systems, high humidity is maintained in the fridge while the freezer stays dry and frost free. It also prevents odour transfer in between the compartments and keeps the quality of the air inside at maximum levels.

The Everfresh+ Technology is a special crisper that ensures ideal humidity and temperature to keep fruits and vegetables crisp and fresh three times longer. This means reduced waste and lesser trips to the supermarket.


  1. Neutralizes bacteria

There’s nothing worse than opening the refrigerator door and smelling something that’s rotting. Beko’s Ionguard Technology is an odor removal technology that circulates negative ions to neutralize bacteria and particles that cause bad odor. Thanks to a carbon filter, Active Odour Filter removes odors and bacteria from the cool air circulated in your fridge, keeping all your food smelling nice and fresh.


  1. Highly efficient and durable compressor motor.

If your fridge is a humming, gurgling energy hog, it’s time to make the switch. Beko’s ProSmart Inverter Compressor provides faster cooling with less energy and four times quieter operation than average refrigerator compressors. This allows the fridge to adapt to temperature fluctuations quicker, keeps food fresh longer and helps you save on your energy bills.


  1. Greenhouse-like effect

The Active Fresh Blue Light in the Beko crisper helps fruit and vegetables to continue with the photosynthesis process even while in the fridge. It’s almost like having a greenhouse in the refrigerator where it continues prolonging the storage life of fresh fruit and vegetables while maintaining their natural flavours and nutritional elements


  1. Form and function

Beko has a wide range of models, sizes, and colors to suit any kitchen style so you are sure to find the perfect match for your home with each refrigerator designed along clean and minimal lines.


Beko is the global home appliances brand of the Arçelik Group and belongs to the Koç Holding, one of the largest conglomerates in Europe. The brand has been in the Philippine Market for five years and established its own subsidiary named Beko Pilipinas Corporation.  Beko products are currently available in select All Home, Asian Home, Robinsons Appliances Stores, SM Appliance Centers and Lazada. This year, Beko will be made available soon in other appliance stores nationwide as it continues to expand its distribution to other retail channels. For information, follow @bekoph on Facebook and Instagram or go to http://www.beko.ph.


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