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You're 5 steps away from a circular kitchen

Finding just the right vegetables and herbs is like a treasure hunt. The fun is in the finding. But when you get them home, do they just end up straight in the fridge? Time for a rethink. Creating a circular, sustainable kitchen is simple. With a few easy updates, you can store and recycle your food so you get the best flavours while wasting as little as possible of all that goodness.

A kitchen wall with a KUNGSFORS wall grid with shelf, hooks and containers, all in stainless steel, holding jars and herbs.
A kitchen wall with a KUNGSFORS wall grid with shelf, hooks and containers, all in stainless steel, holding jars and herbs.

1. A bamboo kitchen base

This FRÖJERED kitchen cabinet front is made from natural bamboo – a fast-growing and renewable material that is durable and looks and feels great. It's the perfect base for a sustainable kitchen in which nothing gets wasted.

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2. Fresh from the farm

Keeping certain fruit and vegetables in cotton mesh bags hung on hooks in your kitchen will actually get you a fuller flavour. It allows them to ripen properly, while giving you a visual treat in the meantime.

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3. Let your best buys breathe

Smart open wall storage with rails and hooks allows you to keep hardy veggies like onion and garlic, plus herbs and other condiments in a place where they keep well, look good and don’t clutter your worktop.

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4. Food prep made simple

Making the most of the food you buy sometimes comes down to having the right tools. A washing-up basin and colander fitted to your sink make preparing your fresh vegetables easy.

5. Make sure nothing is wasted

A waste sorting system below the sink allows you to recycle leftovers and off-cuts into compost – so that even the waste from your favourite foods isn’t wasted.

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