If you cook with a lot of fresh produce, try to plan well-ventilated storage facilities set away from hot, steamy areas of the kitchen, rather than becoming wholly dependent on the fridge. To avoid unnecessary wastage and for a healthy turnover, ensure all fresh supplies are visible.
A pantry cupboard is a modern-day solution to the walk-in larder. Its generous storage capacity allows you to house all your foods with the exception of those that are kept in the fridge-freezer – in one location rather than at a variety of sites above and below the worktops. A successful larder cupboard has shelves with adjustable heights to meet the demands of modem packaging, and a shallow depth so that items at the back do not disappear.
A storage cupboard with sliding, old-back doors allows maximum visibility and accessibility, while requiring the minimum clearance when opening. Stainless steel racking shelves allow air to circulate within; walls, floor, and doors are easy to clean.