3. Determine Locations. Next, determine your location for each zone. Assign less frequently accessed zones to the hard to reach areas up high or down low in your pantry. Within each zone, move the oldest items to the front and the newer items in back. I keep processed/junk food up higher and towards the back. If it were easily accessible everyone would eat more of it, and more often.
4. Consider Additional Shelving – Expandable, tiered, and hanging shelves can help make the most of your space. There are even baskets you can install that are like drawers. That would be a great place to store produce, or bagged items, that don’t stack nicely on a pantry shelf.