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    Tupperware cereal containers are the best they keep the cereal fresh for ages

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    In the box... but I don't buy large boxes of it so it gets eaten within a few days.
    I only buy it once a fortnight, as I like to have a variety for breakfast.

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    Default How do you store your cereal?

    Yup Tupperware here too. Oats fly out the door here so we pour them straight in.
    For the not so popular cereal I keep in the bag rolled up and then into the Tupperware cereal container/square mate one if weetbix
    We had pantry moths that took nearly a year to get rid of... Anything that wasn't wrapped AND in a container was not safe!!

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    We're also fridge storers... For oats and corn flakes anyway.
    Weetbix just stays in its box.

    A few family members think we're strange but then also comment on how crunchy our cashews and almonds are - yep they're in the fridge too!

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    Bumping just because I can!

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    Wow, how did I miss this exciting thread?

    I've never understood cereal manufacturers. Chocolate comes in a resealable packet - I have no idea why as I eat the whole block at once - yet cereal, a product clearly designed to be eaten over multiple days, doesn't.

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    My dh tends to leave the box wide open. Often doesn't even fold down the plastic. I would chuck an elastic band around it but I don't eat it regularly. Some things you just have to let go. We totally eat stale cereal here. 😳

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    I found my solution!
    The limited edition tins that occasionally come out with the oats in them work a treat and easy for dd1 to open and close.
    I bought 6 tins of oats (the oat boxes inside remain unopened lol).
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    Default How do you store your cereal?

    Quote Originally Posted by Little Miss Sunshine View Post
    Ours is always going stale.
    I was just wondering how long it was taking for the cereal to go stale? We can have our large box for a month or so, in the cupboard, without it going stale.

    I like your solution with the tins!!!

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    I use Tupperware except for the Wheetbix. That stays in its box folded down as between the kids and husband, a big box only lasts 5-6 days so doesn't have time to go stale! I have homemade mueslie and my oats are in Tupperware too. It's not cheap, but I love my Tupperware. I've had pantry moths, but they never got into the containers so I was lucky. I've stopped buying black and gold flour as had a bad run with bugs/weevils and haven't had a problem since.


 

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