How to: Smarter grocery storage

Master the art of storage to help your groceries last longer, cut kitchen waste and save a few dollars.

There are optimal places to store food in the refrigerator, and some might be surprising. Did you know, for example, that eggs should be kept in a spot with consistent cool temperatures – that means the lower shelves, not the door. The same goes for milk and other dairy products.

Proper food storage not only ensures food stays fresh and lasts longer but helps your bottom line by reducing waste and energy. It also keeps food safe by preventing the growth of bacteria and other microbes that make food spoil (read: health hazard!).

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