With the wide availability of content delivery networks, many e-commerce Web applications utilize edge cache servers to cache and deliver dynamic contents at locations much closer to users, avoiding network latency. By caching a large number of dynamic content pages in the edge cache servers, response time can be reduced, benefiting from higher cache hit rates. However this is achieved at the expense of higher invalidation cost. On the other hand, a higher invalidation cost leads to a longer invalidation cycle (time to perform the invalidation check on the pages in caches) at the expense of freshness of cached dynamic content. In this paper we propose a freshness-driven adaptive dynamic content caching technique, which monitors response time and invalidation cycle length and dynamically adjusts caching policies. We have implemented the proposed technique within NECs CachePortal Web acceleration solution. The experimental results show that the proposed technique consistently maintains the best content freshness to users. The experimental results also show that even a Web site with dynamic content caching enabled can further benefit from deployment of our solution with improvement of its content freshness up to 10 times especially during heavy traffic.