2. Keep eggs with dairy products
It’s also very common for people to store eggs in the doors of fridges, especially as some come with built-in egg holders.
But just like milk, you shouldn’t be exposing eggs to constant temperature changes.
Eggs and dairy products are fine on the middle shelf of the fridge.
3. Store meats where the fridge is coldest
Things like fish and meat should be kept in the coldest part of the fridge.
The coldest part of the fridge varies depending on the one you have – it could be at the back of the bottom shelf or on the very top shelf.
The best way to figure this out is to use a thermometer.