Pantry Refresh for Less with Dollar General
Sep 06, 2019
Check the best-by date
Reduce clutter in the pantry by sorting through all the products and tossing out an outdated or unused items (especially the ones you don’t think you will get any use out of in the future). Be sure to keep and clean any reusable jars for future use as they can be easily repurposed for storage. Commonly-used items like flour, oil and spices also have best-by dates, so be sure to check the unsuspecting items!
Organize by category
Put together items that are in similar product categories like grains, canned goods, sugars, flours, beans/legumes so they may be easily found in your cabinet or pantry space. If possible, reuse old plastic containers or find new ones at your local Dollar General. Transferring bulk items into sealed containers can help to preserve freshness and keep track when items are running low. This TrueLiving™ Round Food Container pack can easily be used to nuts or grains.
An additional method of creating an organized pantry or food cabinet is by refreshing the aesthetics. Through simple and affordable methods like lining shelves with vinyl top liners, you may easily create a clean and ordered space. Vinyl liners allow you to wipe messes easily and are resistant against stains. Plus, they are non-adhesive, which allows you to protect the surface through the use of a non-slip grip bottom.
Stay updated on ways to save for pantry and food essentials with Dollar General's Digital Coupon Program that helps to provide customers with an easy-to-use platform and digital coupons. Sign-up today by clicking here, visiting www.dollargeneral.com/coupons or accessing coupons on the Dollar General mobile app. Customers can load coupons to the account and redeem them at checkout during their next visit!