Monetizing Our New Preservation
The worth of preservation is best measured against two value systems:
One system is economic: This value is directly determined by the known costs
of SPOILAGE! Every industry, every crop, every supermarket, every restaurant, and every consumer experiences a known
spoilage factor that has a DOLLAR VALUE. Economically speaking, one should be willing to pay up to slightly less than
this cost to take advantage of the savings.
The other system is less precise: The "values" can range from the seemingly
frivolous for some people (for example, fresh red strawberries for a fruit compote in a chi-chi, 4 Star restaurant) to the
deadly serious for other people such as a heart transplant being flown coast to coast without tissue damage for a life saving
donation of a rare tissue match, or fresh food being delivered to starving people.
Whether the justification is economic, frivolous, or deadly serious,
Air+ Preservation delivers the value sought by the user.