ELEVATE BACK PRODUCTS

To easily access the items in the depths of your pantry, install stair-like storage shelves that step up as the pantry deepens.

 

CONTAINERIZE BULK FOODS

Containerize bulk, staple foods, like pasta, cereals, and flour, in sealed glass containers. Chose containers that utilize the entire height of your pantry, so no space goes unused.

 

OPEN BOXES OF INDIVIDUALLY PACKAGED FOODS

Use organizing bins, or baskets, to contain individually packaged foods, like granola bars and fruit snacks, to easily grab one, without having to reach into a small box each time.

 

ORGANIZE THINGS BASED ON USE

Arrange your pantry so that your most accessible shelving contains your most go-to foods.

 

AVOID BULK PURCHASES

Before making a trip to Costco, survey your space to determine if your kitchen has any available storage space, and purchase accordingly.

 

ARRANGE TALLEST TO SHORTEST

To easily see everything at a quick glance, arrange your things shortest to tallest, front to back.

 

IF NECESSARY, ADD MORE SHELVES

If you’re low on storage space, add extra shelves to your existing shelving.

 

MORE THAN 70% OF AMERICANS ARE ROUTINELY UNABLE TO FIND MATCHING LIDS FOR THEIR FOOD-STORAGE CONTAINERS.

 

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