Zara McDermott shares her Amazon hack for a ridiculously organised fridge

Here's exactly what she swears by for storing all your cold bits...

Zara McDermott fridge

by Aimee Jakes |

It's a new year, which ultimately means actually attempting to go for a walk at lunchtime, drinking less wine (sob) and trying to be a little bit more organised.

Here at Closer, as much as we enjoy having a peek into celebrity's fridges (hey, it's our bread and butter) we also like the idea of it being ridiculously categorised, too.

Cue: excitement, when Zara McDermott finally shared her fridge hack for an insanely organised fridge and you can even get it on Amazon.

We are talking clear and sturdy fridge organisers, the easiest way to keep your fruit yoghurt pouches looking like they belong on in a #ad.

During a Q&A on Instagram, Zara was asked, "Where are the fridge organisers from?" after she showed off her brand-new love for organisation. Stacey Solomon, who, tbh?

Zara McDermott fridge organisers

Zara replied, "From Amazon" and showed an image of the exact fridge organiser she uses in the home she shares with her boyfriend, Sam Thompson.

Zara's favourites will set you back £53 for four organisers. We have no doubt this highly-rated set will revolutionise your cold items, but you can also bag some dupes for a fraction of the price.

We love this four-pack of fridge organisers from Amazon, which will cost you only £19.99. Or you can buy a six-pack from the same Amazon brand for just £24.99.

One reviewer added how they also make the perfect storage solution for cupboards and they explained how they used the fridge organisers to store baby food pouches.

Whichever you choose, let 2022 be the year of the ridiculously organised fridge.

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Top tips for an organised fridge:

Bottom shelf: this is the coldest part of the fridge so should be where you store raw meat and fish (but make sure it's wrapped). The bottom shelf also means there is a less likely chance of cross-contamination.

Middle shelf: the perfect spot for dairy, cheeses and yoghurt.

Top shelf: store anything that doesn't need cooking, such as drinks, treats and leftovers.

Drawers: vegetables, fruits and herbs.

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