These picks from organizing pros will keep your goods neatly sealed, stacked, and in sight.

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Use these for pasta, cereal, and other dry foods. “They stack well and have a tighter clasp than most other brands,” says Julie Morgenstern. To buy: $30 for a 16-piece set, amazon.com.
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Sistema Klip It Containers

Use these for pasta, cereal, and other dry foods. “They stack well and have a tighter clasp than most other brands,” says Julie Morgenstern.

To buy: $30 for a 16-piece set, amazon.com.

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SimpleHuman Grocery Bag Dispenser

Get that snarl of bags off the floor with this dispenser mounted on a pantry wall and you’ll actually be able to find one when you need it, says Meryl Starr.

To buy: $10, amazon.com.

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Lipper International Bamboo 2-tier Turntable

“Pantries often have hard-to-reach corners or deep shelves; a lazy Susan makes the most of the space. This is my go-to because it has two levels for twice the storage room,” says Barbara Reich.

To buy: $25, amazon.com.

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Dreamfarm Gripet

Not the type to store stuff digitally? Put this note holder on the back of a pantry door to keep grocery lists, coupons, and recipes in order, says Starr.

To buy: $25, amazon.com.

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Deluxe Canned Food Storage Rack

“This is my solution for shelves that are extra-deep or widely spaced. It helps you utilize all of the space and makes canned goods so easy to find and reach,” says Reich.

To buy: $29, theorganizingstore.com.