People are being urged to save money by looking at the way items are organised in their fridge. The way in which people organise their fridge plays a huge impact on how much energy it spends and how long the food lasts.
Experts are now urging people to look at potential tweaks they can make to save some money. Chris Beasley, from the home insurance company Smart Cover, has spoken out about changes that can be made to organising fridges and said the first step in making your fridge work smarter is to commit to being organised with where everything goes, the Express reports.
He also keeping milk in the door compartments might not be the best place to ensure it keeps fresh for longer. He explained: “It may sound obvious but having a system when it comes to unloading your shopping is really effective. Being organised means you know where to find things and are less likely to have food that you’ve forgotten about languishing at the back of your fridge.
“This means less food waste which is good for the environment and it’s better for your pocket because you’re not buying things you already have. Another rule of thumb is to avoid overfilling your fridge.
“Stacking stuff on top of each other will prevent air circulating between your goods and cold air getting everywhere that it needs to. This means your fridge has to work harder and your food will go off quicker.”
He revealed the best spot for each product and shared the reason why fruit and vegetables have their own drawers. Chris said: “All fridges have warmer and colder sections because different foods actually store better at different temperatures.
“Meat and fish produce needs to be kept cold so you want it to be stored in the chilliest section of your fridge. You can use a thermometer to check this. Most people will…