A refrigerator is one of the most important pieces of equipment in the kitchen for keeping foods safe. Almost all houses in the earth require something that is capable of storing or keeping foods safe in order to avoid becoming spoilt. They keep food items fresh for days, Just imagine if you had to go to the market every day, then cook your food immediately after, there would be several amounts of spoilt food that would just be wasted on the garbage daily. We don’t have to do that anymore, all thanks to our useful Fridge.

But you should not just place your food wherever there’s an open space. The Items like meat, cheese, and eggs should be placed in particular spots within your refrigerator. Here are some tips for organizing your fridge.


Meat and Seafood

Meat and seafood will keep for longer and stay in better condition if stored in the coldest section of the refrigerator: the bottom or the chiller. The low temperature will keep them safe from dangerous bacteria and it will also prevent their juices from dripping onto other food items, which is making them unsafe. Otherwise, consider freezing the meat and seafood if you’re planning to cook it in the next few days.



Do not put the eggs in the refrigerator door. The door is the warmest part of the refrigerator. It should not be used for anything raw like an egg. we recommend you to store your eggs in their original carton, the carton protects the eggs and prevents them from absorbing strong odors and flavors of other foods in your fridge through the thousands of tiny pores in the eggshell, it should be stored on the top or middle shelf.


Dairy Products

Dairy Products like milk, cream, yogurt, and other dairy products are best stored on the upper shelves of your refrigerator. The temperature there is the most constant, so they’ll keep longer. For cheese and butter, The Dairy compartments also come with a cover, which helps prevent your dairy delights from absorbing odors from other foods.


Fruits and vegetables

Do not store fruits and vegetables together. For Vegetables, stay fresh longer with a bit of humidity. The drawer labeled vegetables or high humidity is the moistest spot in the fridge. Store in the original packaging or in a plastic bag, loosely tied. On the other hand, fruits belong in the low humidity drawer. Keep in the original packaging or in a plastic bag.


Drinks and Condiments

When it comes to condiments, keep them in the door or at the front of the top shelf.  This will reduce the time you spend messing up around the fridge. To extend the shelf life and flavor of these condiments, put them in the fridge, where they’ll be good for several months.


Cooked items and leftovers

Place items to be used first in the front. Place your leftovers at the very front of the top shelf. This way, you’ll be less likely to forget them. Any leftover food should be put in the freezer or fridge. This is to prevent the spread of harmful bacteria.

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