How To Organise Your Fridge

Top Shelves 

Ready-to-eat foods such as cooked meats, fresh pasta and chilled sauces live here. These should all be covered or kept in air-tight containers to prevent contamination. Snacks and leftovers can also live up here, away from raw foods so that bacteria doesn’t transfer from the raw food to the cooked food.

Bottom Shelf

Raw meat, fish, and poultry should be stored here. This is to stop them touching or dripping onto other foods and to prevent cross-contamination. Make sure that these items are wrapped or in a covered container.

Salad Drawers

Fruits need a drier environment than vegetables, so it’s best to keep your fruit and veggies in separate compartments.

High Humidity Drawer: veggies, broccoli, carrots, cauliflower, green onions, leafy greens

Low Humidity Drawer: fruits and salads, apples, ripe avocados, grapes, peaches, pears, ripe melons, peppers

Fridge Door

Keep things like condiments, milk, juices, butter and eggs in the fridge door.