Cooking should be fun - not an endless search for ingredients. Traditional spice racks take up too much space, are difficult to organize and don't hold enough spices. We invented the SpiceStack to solve all of these problems
Arlington Heights, Ill. (PRWEB) September 4, 2008
Consider a gift that's practical, unique and affordable for the cooks in your life, and delight them with the immediate satisfaction of having an organized spice cabinet this holiday season. The new and improved SpiceStack™ spice organizer helps them locate and retrieve spices quickly and easily, while saving valuable space in the kitchen.
"Cooking should be fun - not an endless search for ingredients. Traditional spice racks take up too much space, are difficult to organize and don't hold enough spices. We invented the SpiceStack to solve all of these problems," said Lauren Greenwood, president of SpiceStack, Inc.
The compact SpiceStack -- which fits in almost any kitchen cabinet or pantry -- allows storage of store-bought spices in a cool, dark place, away from the stovetop. Light and heat can rob spices of their color and aroma. SpiceStack's patented drop-down drawers make spices easy to find and reach from any height. The space-saving design stores spice bottles horizontally in the drawers with the labels clearly visible. To use, simply slide a drawer out until it's fully extended, then lower the drawer to resting position, where it's easy to find, retrieve and replace spices while cooking.
The sleek and sturdy unit, which measures 8 inches wide, 10.75 inches deep and 8.5 inches tall, comes in white to complement any kitchen décor. It holds up to 18 full-size or 36 half-size spice bottles, and units can be stacked side by side or on top of each other. SpiceStack also comes with a sheet of 48 pre-printed and 48 blank labels for placement on the outside of each drawer to identify inside contents. Spices can be stored alphabetically, by frequency of use or by type of cooking. Four non-skid pads on the bottom of the unit hold it securely in place inside the kitchen cabinet. SpiceStack requires no assembly and is made of durable plastic.
SpiceStack is proudly designed and manufactured in the United States. The new 18-bottle unit will be available for sale November 1, 2008 (press samples available 10/01/08). Cost is $24.95 with FREE shipping and handling (S&H charges apply to Alaska, Hawaii and Canada). Additional units are just $19.95 (limit of three). To order online, visit http://www.SpiceStack.com. Or send a check for $24.95 per unit to SpiceStack Inc., 524 S. Patton Ave., Arlington Heights, IL 60005.