When it comes to the kitchen pantry, there’s nothing worse than reaching for a jar of oats and instead finding it crawling with weevils and other pests. To help you keep your pantry safe, here’s how to protect your food from insects and mould.
We all know that some foods fare better in the pantry than in the fridge, but just how much better? Ensuring that you store your pantry staples in the, well, pantry, will ensure you maximise the lifespan of your dry goods as much as possible.
Whether you’re working with your regular kitchen pantry or your butler’s pantry, be sure to store your food in clean and air-tight containers – not only will your food thank you for it, but your pantry will look fantastic too!
The key guidelines to to keeping your pantry pest free are simple: cleanliness, organisation and, above all, good storage.Here’s how to protect your food from moths and mould…