Get a Clutter-Free Fridge in 2019 with This Organizer Set on Sale Right Now

updated May 1, 2019
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You straighten up your house on a near-daily basis, but when it comes to your fridge, it’s probably in constant disarray, especially after you hit the grocery store. We feel you. It’s easy to just shove everything in there and think the problem will solve itself — I mean, it kind of does, as you eat the stuff that’s in there. Plus, that mess is easy to ignore because you can just close the door and poof! The mess is gone.

But here’s the big advantage to keeping your fridge in tip-top shape: It will reduce food spoilage. Ever look in the back of the fridge and find broccoli you bought two weeks ago, now unusable? Simply put: You can’t eat the food you can’t see. And if you don’t eat the food that you buy, it’s cash in the trash.

Enter: this six-piece fridge organizer set (now on sale for 35 percent off the original listed price), which will help you keep your fridge in order and reduce the amount of stuff you end up throwing away.

We don’t usually like to tell people to buy more stuff just to organize other stuff, but we made an exception for these. Why? Because they really are on to something.

Crafted out of a heavy-duty, BPA-free material (clear so you can see what’s stored inside), the set comes with trays that vary in depths and sizes for different items, as well as a dedicated egg holder (which we only suggest using for hard-boiled eggs) and drink holder (which can accommodate up to nine cans of beer, soda, or La Croix, if you’re fancy).

These containers are especially great for storing grab-and-go items like yogurts, fruits, and pre-packaged snacks, which all ordinarily end up getting tossed around the shelves all willy nilly. Bonus: The containers are easy to wash and all have built-in handles for easy access.

Buy an extra set for your freezer while you’re at it.

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