Why are leafy greens so persnickety? We answer all your FAQs about storing everything from spinach to chard.
Fruit bowl or fridge? Tomatoes can be a tricky fruit to keep fresh, and you’re probably storing them wrong. Find out where you should keep yours for the longest lifespan and juiciest flavor.
If you’re throwing away items in your fridge and pantry based on expiration date labels, you’re wasting a lot of perfectly edible food. These labels are commonly misunderstood, and we’re explaining how to interpret them correctly.
Your tried-and-true fridge organization strategies could be doing damage and creating extra waste. If you aren’t careful about where you’re placing produce, meat, dairy and more, your fridge might be helping your food spoil faster.
You could be shortening the lifespan of food items in your fridge, pantry and freezer. We’re explaining why some of the most popular food storage methods aren’t necessarily the best.
Bulk buying is better for the environment, but it can cause chaos in your kitchen pantry. Trying to stack bags of grain from the market is no way to live. Instead, use coordinated storage containers to keep granola, cereal, and bulk pantry items well-organized and fresh. Here are the best sets of storage and organization containers, featuring write-on labels, locking tops, and even stackable can organizers. Find the best storage solution for your pantry and never fear bulk buying again.
Are you tired of a cluttered pantry or food that goes stale? Food storage containers can help. They can keep your pantry organized by allowing you to stack containers or by using space-saving designs. Transparent containers let everyone quickly see what’s inside, so there is less shuffling to find items. These types of containers also keep dry food fresh longer, thanks to airtight seals. To help find the right solution for your home, here is our review of four different food storage containers.
Do you struggle to keep your dry foods like cereals, flour, coffee, and other kitchen staples fresh? Moisture and air can negatively impact the quality of many of your dry goods. Fortunately, airtight food storage containers can help keep these items fresher for longer. Additionally, your foods can be easier to find and use, especially by kids who might struggle to open (or close) cereal boxes effectively. Storage containers can also assist you in maintaining an organized pantry, so you always know what you have at a quick glance. Here are our favorite dry good storage containers on the market right now. Happy shopping!