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 WAHM Wellness & Organization Center > Time Management & Organization > Organizing Pantry

Organizing Your Pantry the Easy Way

Whether you have a separate room for pantry items or a closet, organizing your pantry the easy way can save you time and money.

Have you ever returned from a trip to the supermarket and found that as you begin to put the groceries away that you already have more than enough of the items you purchased on hand?

Perhaps a few cans of chicken soup was placed behind larger cans of tomato sauce or boxes of spaghetti are mixed in with boxes of linguini. We’ve all had this happen at one time or another.

Let’s try to organize your pantry similar to how you would find items in your supermarket. If you have a pantry closet, utilize one shelf for canned vegetables, beans, and tomato sauce, and another shelf for canned soups, broths, and tuna fish.

Next are your boxed or bagged goods such as pasta of all types, stuffing, bread crumbs, mashed potato mix, rice, breakfast cereals, etc.

A separate shelf for all of your baking needs such as flour, white and brown sugar, cake mixes, pancake mix, muffin mix, chocolate chips, baking powder and the like.

While some people keep their condiments such as mustard, mayonnaise, ketchup, peanut butter and jelly, or salad dressings in the refrigerator, you may elect to store these on a separate shelf in your pantry.

Another shelf may contain your soft drinks, coffee, tea, hot chocolate, water and other drinks.

If you have room, you may wish to have a shelf for snacks such as peanuts, potato chips, pretzels, popcorn, crackers, and cookies.

Finally, the bottom shelf is usually reserved for the heavier items such as the gallon of oil vinegar, and perhaps larger boxes of cereals or items that do not fit on the other shelves.

If your pantry closet does not have enough shelves, you may want to use one shelf for your canned goods and separate the canned vegetables from the canned soups, for example, by utilizing the left side for one group and the right side for another. The smaller cans can be placed in the middle, such as tuna fish cans that you can stack.

If you live in an apartment, there are two-door pantry closets that you can purchase online or at any of the well-known home stores. They can be easily assembled at home and in this way the shelves you are currently utilizing in your kitchen can be used for something else. Keeping all your groceries in one place will allow you to determine what is needed at a glance.

Organizing your pantry the easy way will save you time and money. However, if space is a problem, choosing a pantry closet may be the best alternative to ensure that you are buying only what you need, when you need it.

 

 

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