Keep Your Cool
The food inside your fridge needs to be at cold temperatures to prevent the growth of bacteria and other microbes that make food spoil—and can make you sick.
The doors are the warmest part of the fridge and should be reserved for foods that are most resistant to spoiling.
The upper shelves of the fridge have the most consistent temperatures, while the lower shelves are usually the coldest.
This center zone in your fridge is colder than the top and will help keep these delicate food items from spoilage.
The purpose of crisper drawer zone is to maintain humid conditions that will help preserve fruits and vegetables.