I love my pantry shelves, natural wood rubbed with beeswax.
My baking supplies: oats, flours, natural sweeteners, extracts, raisins, dried coconut, etc.
Dried beans, lentils, grains, seeds, and nuts.
I empty any packaged foods (cereal, dried pasta) into jars. It helps to keep the pantry looking tidy and keeps food fresher.
Oils and vinegars.
Herbs, teas and spices.
My Indian spice box, a gift from a friend.
I cook everything I can from scratch, I don't like to spend lots of time in stores and since we live in a remote area (there are not that many stores on our island), I like to keep a well stocked pantry. I shop once a week and order lots of our food in bulk. Buying in bulk is also more economical and a good way to reduce packaging. I keep the jars of food in our pantry filled and store the rest (bags of dried goods) in bins hidden under my pantry counter. I keep big bags of nuts in the freezer. I have never had a problem with moths.
I also have a cupboard where I keep all of our canned goods. As you can see, this time of the year it is rather empty, waiting to be filled with summer goodness.