Refrigerated air is too humid for berries. Putting them in refrigerators will not keep them fresh and actually speed the molding process.
Cold temperatures can speed up the rotting process of melons. Also, taking whole melons out of your refrigerator is quite a space saver. However, cut melons should be covered and refrigerated to keep them fresh.
Cold temperatures damage a tomatoes’ membranes so they will taste mealy and watery out of your refrigerator. However, if you want them chilled in a salad, you can put them in the fridge for a few minutes before you cut them.