Most cooks wrestle with trying to organize a spice collection made up of a mish-mash of different sized bottles, jars, and baggies.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) December 15, 2011
The joy of being organized is a gift any cook would love. SpiceCare spice storage is an elegantly simple, superbly functional spice storage solution designed to keep one of the most challenging areas of any kitchen perfectly organized. “Most cooks wrestle with trying to organize a spice collection made up of a mish-mash of different sized bottles, jars, and baggies,” says Carol Peterman, owner of TableFare. “In addition, most cooks have limited space for spice storage, so spices get piled on top of each other and often lost among the larger items in a cupboard.”
SpiceCare's interlocking design allows the vertical space in a cupboard to be effectively utilized. The unique interlocking feature also allows spices to be grouped by category so spices that are often used together can be stored as a single unit. Peterman points out, “Disorganization is not only frustrating, but it leads to waste. Many people have multiple containers of the same spice because they simply can’t find what they need, so they buy another jar. Spices lost in the back of a cupboard lose their flavor over time and then need to be tossed out.”
SpiceCare containers feature an airtight seal, a wide opening to accommodate a measuring spoon, a built-in spoon leveler for accurate measurements, and transferable labels. The containers are available in three sizes to accommodate different volumes of spice. The different sizes are sold individually or can be purchased as a 20-piece System or 6-piece Starter Kit. For a limited time TableFare is offering a free Starter Kit with every purchase of a SpiceCare System. Through the end of the year shipping is free on orders over $19.95.
TableFare LLC is a Seattle-based company formed by Carol and David Peterman. TableFare offers unique kitchen products that combine the best of form and function to create superior usability and beauty. The company's first product is SpiceCare, ingenious new spice storage containers. SpiceCare received the 2010 Good Design Award from the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design and the European Center for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies.