If you organize the contents of your fridge with the right, you are not only easy to find whatever you are looking for, but also reduces the potential for wasting food. Prepare perishable foods such as milk, yogurt and daily food ingredients other in cold parts, namely at the bottom and at the rear arrangement of your fridge. Avoid putting groceries on the door of the refrigerator, because the temperature in this section often vary and lead to a more perishable foodstuffs and rot. That is, even eggs and butter was supposed to be stored on the inside, even if your fridge has a special space at the door.
Packaged raw meat should also be stored in the coldest part of the drawer, so that droplets of the liquid does not contaminate the entire contents of the refrigerator. Use a section on the refrigerator door for storing food and spices in bottles such as ketchup and pickles that are not perishable or rot.
Keep fruit in a special fruit and vegetable drawer (crisper), because this part tends to have a higher level of humidity than other parts of the refrigerator, so that fruits and vegetables will stay fresh.