Arlington Heights, Illinois (PressExposure) April 21, 2007 -- Home cooks can locate and retrieve spices quickly and easily, while saving valuable countertop space, with the new SpiceStack (tm) space organizer.
The SpiceStack--a compact unit that fits virtually any kitchen cabinet--provides a cool, dark place for storage of spices, away from light and heat that can rob spices of their color and aroma.
"Storing and organizing spices is a major problem in most kitchens. Research shows consumer dissatisfaction with traditional spice storage units, such as the spinner and stair step racks," says Lauren Greenwood, vice president of sales and marketing for SpiceStack, Inc. "Traditional spice racks take up too much space on the counter, are difficult to organize, and don't hold enough spices within easy reach. The SpiceStack solves all of these problems and is an attractive addition to any kitchen."
Three pullout, drop-down drawers make spices easy to reach. Spice bottles are stored horizontally in the drawers with the labels clearly visible. The cook simply slides the drawer out until it is fully extended, then lowers it to its resting place, where the spices can be easily located and retrieved.
The SpiceStack comes fully assembled. Four non-skid pads on the bottom of the unit hold it securely in place. The attractively designed unit, which measures 11 inches wide, 10 Â¾ inches deep and 8 inches tall, comes in white to complement any kitchen decor. It holds up to 27 full-size spice bottles or 54 half-size, or any combination of the two sizes of bottles. Spices can be stored in the drawers alphabetically, by frequency of use, or by type of cooking.
The SpiceStack is manufactured in the United States. Cost is $34.95. Shipping and handling are free. To see a photograph of the SpiceStack and order, visit http://www.spicestack.com>
Contact: Cynthia Greenwood