Store potatoes and onions seperately.
Store onions in cool, dry, well-ventilated places
but not in refrigerator. Potatoes require similar
storage conditions, but they also need darkness
and should be kept at 50|F or less to avoid sprouting.
Potatoes can be stored in perforated plastic/ paper/ bags
to extend their shelf- life.Onions should not be stored
in plastic bags. Lack of air movement reduces storage life.
Don’t wash potatoes or onions before storing. Dampness
will promote early spoilage. Chopped/sliced onions can be
stored in a sealed container in refrigerator for up to 7 days.