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Storing the big bags?

Any tips on a storage solution for the big bags? I order all four flavors of the Active formula and pick a different flavor for every shake. But four of those big bags take up a lot of space on my kitchen counter. Keeping them in de shipping box on the floor is also pretty inconvenient.

So, i’m wondering: any tips or handy solutions to keeping those big bags at hand without taking up a lot of space?

Same for me !

I did hide my stash behind pans and saucepan…but the wifey is friendly IYNWIM

What is really important, I think, is to keep it in a real dry spot…I did use small piece of duct tape to roll the top and close my bag

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I’ve seen customers use storage containers, they seem to do the trick!

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Oxxo Good Grips containers, the click and seal ones are amazing for this.
I’ve got them for things like flour, sugar, baking powder, baking soda, bread crumbs, rice etc. I use the larger ones for storing protein powder, which makes it super easy to scoop out for shakes, smoothies and all that. They’re really solid and dishwasher safe too.

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appreciate the link, we’re looking into some options for our own webshop. So if you or anybody else has more tips, keep em coming!

So, six months later and i ordered several ‘voertonnen’ from the Welkoop. These are made by https://www.curtec.com/nl/producten/vaten/wijdmondse-vaten/detail/wijdmonds-vat-3-liter-label These are food safe, air tight, water tight and got a big opening which is ideal for scooping. And they cost 12 euro, much cheaper than most other solutions.

Downsides are that the 3,6 liter variant isn’t big enough for a full bag of active formula and the 6 liter one is way to big. A 4 liter variant would be ideal. And these are round, a square one would be more space efficient. The smallest square one Curtec makes is a 40 liter viarant, i don’t think i can fit those in my kitchen cabinet :wink:

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Hm, that looks like a good option Matthijs! Looks kinda cool too, like the ones we used to take with us when we me and my family went canoeing when I was young. Thanks for that, we’ll take it into consideration :smiley:

They are probably the same product. They sell the exact same containers as ‘waterkluizen’ in nautical webshops…

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ah yes, probably the same then. Brings back memories <3