My wife just said "stays more fresh for longer", which sounded double to me. But I don't know how to actually say it without being double.
When you put something in the fridge it stays...
- more fresh.
- fresh for longer.
- more fresh for longer.
The first sounds like it'll stay fresh forever, just a bit more fresh when kept in the fridge. The second sounds to me like it's either fresh, or spoiled. The third sounds double.
Which works best? (I'm probably just over-analyzing stuff.)