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A New Way to Store Spices

Spice packs in an organized container

It’s Time to Rethink Your Spice Cabinet

There’s a reason spice organization is such a popular topic for DIY blogs and home supply stores alike: It’s a major kitchen pain point, especially for homes with limited space. And while there are hundreds of hacks out there, none have realistically made storing spices that much easier. That’s why we started thinking outside the traditional jar, and we think our Flatpack might change the way you store spices.


More Space for More Spices

Our Flatpacks are lighter and more compact, meaning they help you save space. Lying flat, they can neatly tuck into a drawer, or they can stand upright on a shelf. We’ve also created a custom, wooden Flatpack holder, which organizes them in a way that’s easy to store on your counter or take in and out of a cabinet.

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Find What You Need—In Half the Time

Simply put, it’s annoying to pull ten jars out of a cabinet to find the one spice you need. Flipping through a row of Flatpacks is easier, especially since they have large, easy-to-read labels. (Bonus: They are just as beautiful as our jars.) And with the holder, it is easy to store your spices in a way that makes the most sense to you—alphabetically, by cuisine or by how often you use them.


They’re Just as Convenient to Use

When you pop the gusset at the bottom of the Flatpack, it easily stands upright on your counter, and the large opening makes measuring a breeze. When you’re done, it seals up tightly, keeping your spices fresh and flavorful.

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Freshly cracked Tellicherry peppercorns in a small measuring spoon.


And Don’t Forget: Free Shipping!

More compact means easier to ship, so any Flatpack order ships for free, even if you only order one spice. So there’s no need to wait to reach a shipping minimum to reorder the spices you need.




Bobby Phillips on August 8th, 2022

How about giving us the option to purchase a jar label. I often order flatpacks to refill jars I purchased from you previously. I’d really like to update some of these old labels.

AWC on August 8th, 2022

I find advantages to each storage method (pack and jar). I am curious whether the flat packs, owing to the lining, can be recycled? Where I live, we can place anything from #1 to #7 out for recycle. Thanks!

Diane on May 6th, 2022

I, on the other hand would like just the opposite – some empty flatpacks to fill with jar ingredients that I use a lot to keep organized and handy and jars in the pantry. And they would be the perfect size for my own custom blends!

Kristin on April 29th, 2022

Love love love flatpacks. They do especially well in the freezer where I store my spicy blends. I have found the seals to be effective, but there is some loss thst is stuck in the “zipper” if one tries to pour out the last bit rather than snip off the corner to use as a funnel. For refilling jars, that is my preferred method of transferring.

Tracy Moore Rahimi on April 19th, 2022

I agree with other comments that a peel off label on the flat pack to place on your jar would be perfect. I’ve wished this many times. I prefer to use the jars when cooking. But I order flat packs to refill the jars. Some of my jar labels are getting worn looking but I don’t want to throw away the jars. It would be great to replace the label when I refill the jar.

Mary Jo McClure on April 18th, 2022

These seem like great space savers but would question whether the seals are as strong as a jar lid. I’ve had spices in pouches before and the seals are not as solid thus spills. Your thoughts?

CAROL on April 18th, 2022

I’m on social security so I have found that the flat packs are PERFECT to fit into my budget. My teeny cottage’s cabinets can’t hold spices in jars but the flat packs fit perfectly.

Ann on April 18th, 2022

I would love to see peel-off labels on the flat packs for easy transfer to a jar. But it’s not really too difficult to cut them off the pack and tape to a jar. I think it’s easier to use jars than opening and resealing flatpacks while cooking.

Joan on April 18th, 2022

I would love it if I could easily peel the ingredient label off the flatpack and use it on my jars.

Joanie Tucci on April 18th, 2022

I purchase the flatpacks and they are free shipping. I’m NOT so fussy about a labeled jar. I can make my own label to be sure of the content. Who doesn’t have plastic or glass jars?? The flatpacks seal up perfectly., btw.

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