I'm an organizing pro – my fridge hack means you'll have LOADS more space & it only costs $20

STOCKING the fridge with fresh fruit is a great way to encourage healthy eating – but storing bins and bags of produce can leave no room for other staples.

One foodie's expert trick saved him so much room, made his fruits easier to access, and even helped to keep his produce fresh.


Kevin Curry is a food and fitness expert who always keeps his kitchen stocked with fresh fruits and healthy snacks.

That means shelf space is prime real estate in his fridge, and his brilliant hack makes the most of it.

"Tonight, I was getting my Martha Stewart on, organizing my fridge," Curry said on TikTok.

"I hated seeing this corner of fruit take up half the shelf so I organized it."

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The healthy-eating pro walked viewers through the clever organizing tactic.

"I grabbed a spinning canned goods bin I got from The Container Store because it saves space, but it's just not made for fruit," he explained.

The product is available online and in-store: called the iDesign Linus Divided Lazy Susans, the organizers start at $19.99 and come with three or five compartments.

Next, Curry lined the organizer to absorb moisture and keep the fruit clean and fresh.

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"You can use a paper towel, but I have tons of this shelf liner I got off Amazon that extends the life of your veggies," he explained.

After tracing a stencil of the bin and its compartments, Curry cut out shapes from the shelf liner.

"I washed it first then let it dry completely before adding the shapes along with the fruit," he demonstrated.

Once the grapes and berries were in the spinning organizer, Curry was able to rearrange other items in his fridge, completely opening up the top shelf.

"Not only does it look appetizing, but it's quick access to grab a medley of fruits," he said, panning across the fridge and displaying the extra room.

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Best of all, Curry's smart organization hack gave him plenty of room for the truly valuable items in his fridge.

"Yes, Coke Zero is my guilty pleasure, and I do not want help with it," he joked as he gestured to his stash of the tasty beverage.




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