Flour, Sugar, Dried Herbs, Spices and Other Dry Foods - There Are Storage Containers Designed to Meet Those Kinds of Food Storage Needs
Although There Are Many Containers Carried by Storeitfoods.com that Will Serve Well When It Comes to Storing Dry Foods, the Containers Shown Below Have Been Designed to Specifically Store Such Items in Kitchen or Panrty.
Choose the Ones that Will Best Meet Your Storage Requirements.
Keeper or ProKeeper?
It's all in the construction. Both lines are fine products, but the ProKeeper series adds small but significant differeneces. Both, for instance, are desgned to provide air-tight storage, but the silicone seal on the ProKeeper gives even greater assurance that this will be there and be there over time.
The see through sides of these containers makes it possible to identify the contents at a glance. Remember, however, herbs and spices, in particular, are not lovers of light. Air, light, moisture and heat speed flavor and color loss. It is best to store the containers themselves in a dark place away from sunlight. Inside a cupboard or drawer would be your best bet. If that is not feasible or practical, as in the case of open spice rack storage, for instance, then try to select a location away from light, heat and moisture.