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Food Storage

Keeping your home organised with storage containers is an easy and efficient way to keep your food fresh, and keep your kitchen looking great! Read on for some food storage tips.

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The food you buy is expensive enough; this article will show you how to pick the best food storage containers for your kitchen, allowing you to make the most of your food without having to throw anything away.

The food storage containers you use for your food is just as important as what food you put into it, but that doesn’t mean you have to go for the boring clear plastic Tupperware. For dry food such as tea and coffee, biscuits or eggs, The Lily Village has a huge variety and fun and clever space saving food storage solutions for your home.

Pick your material

For dry food in your kitchen there is a wider variety of food storage options available, some materials we have at The Lily Village include ceramic, metal, wood and tin. All food storage containers are food safe, but some do have special properties that will help to keep your food fresher for longer.

Metal and ceramic containers are a great way to store tea and coffee, with beautiful jars and tins available in a variety of shapes and sizes to fit the needs of you and your family. And we all know a house just isn’t a home without a large playful cookie jar!

How to decorate and store

Food storage products are available in different sizes, colours and designs making it easier to organise food storage in your kitchen cupboards. Leaving your storage containers out on the counters can also be a great design statement, creating a gorgeous array of containers is a creative way to store your food.

Shelves in your kitchen can be greatly enhanced by some fun containers, there is no need to always hide away your spices. You can use them to brighten up your kitchen by mixing and matching bottles. Whether you are housing food or tea or coffee that you enjoy drinking, you need to house it in an area that is accessible and aesthetically pleasing.

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