Use the Locksy container to help organize your pantry! Because Locksy container is available
in so many sizes, it's easy to have a well-organized pantry. Locksy's see-through features stack
and store compactly. No more digging through mystery containers to see what's inside. A well-organized pantry saves time assembling your grocery list and simplifies food preparation.
IN THE PANTRY
# Easy to seal
# Easy to label containers using dry erase marker or grease pencil
# See-through containers
# Stack or nest lids and bottoms for efficient storage
Easy to seal
Easy to label
PANTRY ORGANIZATION TIPS
Locksy containers extends the shelf life of foods, such as grains, nuts, dried fruit and snacks.
Separate the pantry by section. Stack Locksy containers for a baking section to include flours, sugars, etc. -a pasta section, and a snack section.
Consolidate multiple bags or boxes of the same item into just one container. For example, several types of pastas could be combined together in their original packaging in a large Locksy container. Nuts, dried fruits or cereals in combination are other examples. Easy to see. Easy to find.
With Locksy containers, cut out the top of the package label and leave it on top of the contents, identifying minute rice from cooking rice, for example.
IN THE REFRIGERATOR
With the cost of food rising, Locksy container preserves your food and budget.
Locksy container is great for refrigerators :
# Protects food from absorption of flavors and odors
# Great for fresh produce, leftovers, and meal preparation
# See-through lids, making contents visible
Great for fresh
TIPS FOR REFRIGERATING IN LOCKSY CONTAINER
The best way to store produce is in its natural state; but when convenience is important, clean, cut and store your fruits and vegetables in Locksy container and refrigerate immediately.
Locksy's crisper trays keep cut-up fruit and vegetables levated from their natural juices or water form cleaning. Condensation on a lid is normal, especially in the refrigerator. If large droplets occur, dry the lid and reseal.
This will prevent moisture from affecting your food.
Herbs store beautifully in Locksy containers.
IN THE FREEZER
Foods for your freezer must have proper packaging material to protect their flavor, color,
moisture content and nutritive value from the dry climate of the freezer. Locksy container is
perfect for freezing, because it has the following characteristics:
# Durable and leak proof
# Easy to seal
# Easy to mark using dry erase marker or grease pencil
# Protects foods from absorption of off flavors or odors
# Will not become brittle or crack at low temperatures
# Moisture and vapor resistant
Preparing food ahead of time and freezing in Locksy containers can save time, energy and
money. When you are preparing a main dish, it takes only a little more effort and time to make
enough for several meals. You can freeze large batches in meal-size Locksy containers, or serve
part of the food immediately and freeze the rest. Consider freezing in Locksy container:
# Leftovers that cannot be used immediately.
# Seasonal fruits and vegetables.
# Foods that can be prepared in large quantities and portioned according to serving size
Durable and leak proof
Easy to seal
Easy to label
Not become crack
Leftovers that cannot be used
large quantities and portioned
TIP FOR FREEZING
Be sure to leave adequate space at the top of the Locksy container to allow for freezing expansion.
Slightly undercook prepared foods before freezing in Locksy container. They will finish cooking when reheated.
Plan to use frozen, prepared foods within a short time. Keep using foods from the freezer and replenish with
fresh stock. This makes greater use of freezer space, lowers the cost per pound of food stores and keeps your
store of food fresh.
A good policy to follow is "first in, first out." Rotate foods so that you use the older items first and enjoy your
food at its best quality. A dry erase marker or grease pencil will work great for dating Locksy containers.
The temperature of the freezer should not go above 0℉ Fluctuating temperatures and temperatures above 0℉
reduce quality of the freeze.
Foods that do not freeze well include mayonnaise, cream puddings and fillings, custard, gelatin salads, cheese,
the whites of hard-cooked eggs and uncooked egg yolks, and gravies made with wheat flour.
Choose Locksy containers according to the number of servings you will want.
Locksy containers, with wide top openings, allow foods to be removed without thawing.
Makes greater use
of freezer space
Do not wasted the foods. First in, first out
Choose Locksy containers
according to the number of servings
Wide top openings, allow foods
to be removed without thawing
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