Food Storage Infographic

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Refrigerator

Top Shelf — 46 °F

  • Homemade food;
  • Ready meals;
  • Fruit and vegetable salads.

Tip: Don’t clog the shelves – let the air circulate freely.

Second Shelf — 39 °F

  • Cheeses;
  • Sausages;
  • Meat and fish salads.

Tip: Never put hot food in the fridge.

Third Shelf — 35 °F

  • Not frozen meat and fish;
  • Seafood;
  • Dairy.

Tip: Store raw foods on plates or in containers.

Drawers — 46 °F

  • Vegetables and fruits.

Tip: Store some fruits and vegetables separately.

Door — 50 °F

  • Juice;
  • Water;
  • Wine;
  • Eggs;
  • Sauces.

Tip: Shut tightly refrigerator door.

Freezer — -0.1 °F

  • Meat;
  • Fish;
  • Mushrooms;
  • Berries;
  • Ice cream and other ready-to-cook foods.

Pantry

Top Shelves

  • Rice;
  • Buckwheat;
  • Semolina;
  • Peas;
  • Corn.

Middle Shelves

  • Pasta (transparent containers);
  • Sugar and salt;
  • Flour.

Bottom Shelves

  • Bread.

Never put in the fridge

  • Patato;
  • Onion;
  • Carrot;
  • Olive oil;
  • Honey;
  • Chocolate;
  • Jam;
  • Tropical fruits;
  • Bread.
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