I buy a lot of raw nuts and dried fruit in bulk at the grocery store. That means I bring them home in plastic bags, with a twist tie on them. We tend to throw them into the pantry (all on the same shelf, at least) in a jumbled heap. We always have almonds, walnuts, raisins, dates and dried cranberries. We frequently have pecans, cashews, dried apricots, prunes and apple rings. I'm finding that we have some waste, especially of the ones we keep in stock, because we buy new bags when we're running low, and then people start eating out of the new bags, and the old ones get buried in the back.
We need containers. We don't have a large budget. I'm thinking of something hopefully stackable (just two high), with a capacity of...probably around two cups. Our pantry shelves are about a foot high.
I find most sets of containers are all different sizes. I could probably use a few that are a bit bigger (for some of my baking supplies and my quinoa), but mostly I want all one size.
Does anyone have any good advice on where to find some good, inexpensive, containers? I'd like to avoid plastic, but don't see it as terribly realistic...