Did you know that India produces more than 12 million units of refrigerators every year?
Yes, that is quite a huge number relying on the country’s population.
The usual hot weather found in India makes refrigerators an indispensable appliance. During the scorching summers, any food left in open is bound to go rotten as quickly as possible.
There was a time when people used to use make-shift earthen chambers. But, those don’t work so well in the heat of cities. There is also the threat of the perishable items getting attacked by viruses and bacterias when left in the open.
What can be the solution to such a problem?
A modern-age refrigerator comes as a savior to many. Available in different sizes and price-points, they have entered into most Indian homes.
Now, most of us are already aware of the advantages of a fridge. The simplest explanation is its capability to keep food items fresh and rot free for a long time.