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    I buy most of my containers from Kmart or I pick up a couple from Coles in my shopping so that I am gradually building them up then I can eventually have it organised perfectly!

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    Just wondering for those who use containers to store stuff, how do you keep track of the expiry date and other info that's on the packaging? Also what so you do when you fill the container but still have some stuff left in the original packaging eg flour? I would love a neat and tidy pantry.

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    If anyone is in brisbane Howard's storage garden city and the $2 shop next door are having massive closing down sales . Howard's is 20% off plus $20 off for every $100 you spend . $2 shop is 50% off everything .

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    We got a new kitchen installed in November which has been amazing! However, I am not good at keeping my pantry in order, but I did do a pantry makeover yesterday, and it was so easy compared to sorting it all out in my old pantry. The majority of my containers are also Tupperware modular mates, and I did go and buy some Kmart ones, as I didn't think I had enough... now that I've reorganised it all, I have leftover containers, which will be good for crackers, biscuits and stuff.. I don't have a before shot, but here is my finished product...

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