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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, natural wood 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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Wooden Flatpack holder. Easy wooden organizer for fresh spices.

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 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.



Pat Bohl on March 30th, 2020

So happy to see this. We use way, way too much packaging. I need to do an inventory or my spices and see what else we need. My first order from Spice House was wonderful.

Robin Johnson on March 30th, 2020

I love this idea. You guys are brilliant.
What are the dimensions of the flatpacks?

Spice House on March 24th, 2020

Hi Alison,

Good question, not necessarily.

Dried herbs and spices should always be kept in a dry place, away from heat and light. A cupboard away from your stove an oven is often the best place in your kitchen or pantry.

Spices do not spoil like food does, but they do lose their flavor over time—especially ground spices. Ground spices should be purchased in small amounts and used within 6 months.

Freezing them might slow the evaporation of essential oils in the spices, but this would only matter if you had bought several pounds of whole allspice berries for example and you wanted to keep it for years. One problem with storing spices in the fridge or freezer is that when you pull them out they will trap humidity.

Alison Knapp on March 24th, 2020

Is it true that premium spices should be stored in the refrigerator ?

Spice House on February 4th, 2020

Hi Katherine,

Our double-wide Flatpack boxes are back in stock, and our single-wide boxes should be back in stock within 2-3 weeks. For return inquires, please email us at

Katherine on February 4th, 2020

Will you be getting more flat pack spice boxes in? I would love to switch out my jars and start going with your flat pack spices. I just bought a large spice rack but would love to return it and get your flat boxes and flat spices. Great space saver!

Bill Flodin on January 20th, 2020


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