Hey guys, how are you today?! We really hope you’re doing great because in this article we’re going to answer the million-dollar question – why you shouldn’t store milk and other dairy products on the fridge door.
The experts warn that you shouldn’t store milk or other dairy products on the fridge door! The reason?! Well, we can answer that question for you. Just take a look at the article below and find out more about this.
And, here comes the answer to the million-dollar question: when it comes to quality and freshness, milk and other dairy products are vulnerable to changes in temperature. Well, that’s the problem with storing them on the fridge door: temperatures there are warmer and tend to fluctuate more than other areas of the refrigerator, especially when the door is opened.
Here’s what you need to do: keep milk and other dairy products in the main compartment of the refrigerator, where temperatures are colder and more stable.
Milk that has been continuously refrigerated in the main compartment of the fridge will usually remain drinkable for about one week after the “sell by” date on the package.