This kitchen zone contains typical consumer goods such as canned goods, rice and pasta as well as refrigerated and frozen foodstuffs. In simple terms most grocery shopping is stored in this zone.
Although the “Consumables” kitchen zone plays an important role in the kitchen, it often doesn’t get the attention that it deserves during planning. Studies show that many kitchen buyers wished, in retrospect, that they had more space for storing provisions. Here the true storage wonder of the larder unit can make all the difference.
WHAT KIND OF PROVISIONS?
The “Consumables” zone is used to store so-called consumer goods (provisions). These are items that are used for cooking and baking which then must be replenished. These include both chilled and unchilled foodstuffs. That’s why both the refrigerator and freezer cabinets are a fixed part of this zone.
- Coffee, tea, cocoa
- Cereals and Musli
- Tinned goods
- Pasta, rice, and condiments
- Pre-prepared foodstuffs
- Chilled or frozen foodstuffs (for location in fridge/freezer)
- Snacks (crisps, chocolate, biscuits, etc)