Buy 4 Oz Mason Jars In Bulk
The smooth sides of these small Mason jars make them easy to label and a great alternative to the traditional quilted canning jars. The perfect size for jams, jellies, sauces, and even candles, the 4-ounce jar is part of the official Mason Jar Meal Starter Kit and is also great for storing leftovers. Each twelve pack comes ready to reship with a convenient divider. With a 70-450 finish, use these in conjunction with the standard plastisol or two-piece lids for hot fill. If you're using a water bath, pair with our Hi-Heat or two-piece 70-450 (G70 or 70G) lids.
buy 4 oz mason jars in bulk
This jar fits any of the closures under the Accessories tab. Explore our selection of jars used for canning, crafts, gifts, and more. Jars are sold by the case, pallet, or truckload. Buy in bulk and save even more! Lids are sold separately.
Not sure what jar to use for your homemade jam. Maybe need one for that jelly everyone seems to love on their PB & J's. Our wholesale mason jar glasses are an excellent option for that as well as much more. The smaller 8 oz mason jars are perfect for those jams, jellies, chutneys, candles and the larger sizes 16 oz and 25 oz are good for pasta sauces and pickled vegetables. DIY enthusiasts love these canning jars for special projects such as wedding and party favors, table decor, crafts, cocktail drinks and food storage. The wide mouth of these popular glass jars make it easy to scoop, dip, pour or grab its contents. The glass Mason jars are the go to jar with their wide variety of use and the capability to take a 70/450 closure. Meaning that you get the easy to use continuous thread cap and the safety button to put your customer's mind at ease.
These crystal clear glass spice jars feature a unique square, space-saving shape that will make your product stand out on the shelf. Available with multiple cap styles, this container is perfect for storing your dry herbs, spices, rubs, and more. Cap included.
4oz jelly jars are so versatile on their own, but when you add the protection and insulation of a silicone sleeve, the list goes on and on! They're perfect for taking dressing on the go, dips, sauces, herbs and spices. Many use them for homemade baby food as well.
If you're looking to remove plastic from the kitchen for babies and toddlers, we recommend adding the sleeves to make it safer for your little ones to use glass. Use as homemade baby food jars, or even add a nipple to the top to replace your plastic baby bottles. For toddlers, we recommend our mason jar sippy cup complete with lid and jar.
We manufacturer a wide selection of round and oblong plastic spice bottles and jars, in an assortment of sizes, ranging from 2 oz. jars up to 160 oz. bulk containers. Our plastic spice containers and shakers come in an assortment of colors and materials; Clear Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET), Clear Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC), K-Resin, Polypropylene (PP), and High Density Polyethylene (HDPE). As a plastic manufacturer we are able to work with you to create custom packaging solutions. We can help you develop a mold to create a custom plastic bottle or jar. From small spice bottles to larger gallon containers we can develop a bottle that is unique for your product. Available by the Each, Case or Pallet. Wholesale & Bulk!
These containers are ideal storage for the bulk sale of nuts, salsa, candy, and nuts and bolts. This jar is perfect for virtually any product that would benefit from a high-clarity, lightweight, and fully-recyclable container. They are a high-quality and high-clarity PET, and you will love how your product looks in these jars.
With different shapes and sizes, these jars feature decorative and sturdy bases, and each comes with its own uniquely designed and perfectly fitted lid. The crystal clear nature of these glass jars allows for perfect viewing of any objects placed inside. Display and spice up your collection of kitchen storage containers and home decor accents with this set of 4 apothecary jars. Made of clear glass, these jars are perfect for holding a variety of items, from candy and cookies in your kitchen to seashells and potpourri in your living room.
These stackable glass storage jars are perfect for storing dried foods such as beans, pasta, cookies, rice, sugar, spice, snacks, candy, seeds, cereals, nuts, etc. You can put them on your kitchen counter or in a storage cabinet.
Featuring distinctive metallic copper-tone lids, these jars complement a variety of decors and bring tidiness to any room. Allows maximum visibility inside and a delicate small size is perfect for storage on your table, countertop surface, or shelves. Different models of classic glass jar designs are suitable for various household use to display candles, fancy candies, cookies, cotton swabs, and cotton balls. An ideal choice for parties or weddings, events, gifts for birthdays, and holiday arrangements to bring contemporary elegance to your decor.
This glass jar set includes 3 different size food jars (20oz/40oz/60oz), which are perfect for storing items like coffee, cookies, flour, sugar, herbs, snacks, coffee, pasta, spices, tea, and so much more. And the opening of these glass jars is wide enough to fit your hand easily for taking food or cleaning.
With bees producing a surplus of wildflower honey, Hoekstra decided to donate a portion to the UB Blue Table food pantry. Honey in 4-ounce jars will be gifted to the food pantry and Campus Dining and Shops, and 16-ounce jars will be sold to the community to help fund UB Bees.
About 20 students showed up to the event in 145A Student Union to help transfer honey into 4-ounce jars. The process ended an hour earlier than anticipated because of the efficiency of the operation.
At one table, students filled glass jars with honey from large plastic dispensers. At a second, a handful of participants wrote notes on UB Bees-branded gift tags to attach to each jar. The notes added a personal touch and helped advertise UB Bees.
On the far left side of the last table, two students measured and cut twine. Moving up the line, three students tied the string and handwritten notes to the jars of honey before passing them to peers at the very end of the table, who attached honey dippers to all of the jars.
Two types of studies were conducted; (1) monthly measurements of field respiration, temperature, moisture, laboratory respiration, soil organic matter by combustion to 550 C, labile carbon by combustion to 280 C, and dissolved organic carbon and (2) an extended measurements of other variables in addition to those normally measured during monthly studies. These were conducted at every other site along transects during the month of July 1992 and 1993. In July 1992, we measured mineralizable nitrogen, extractable ammonium, litter concentrations, litter respiration (separate from the normal total soil respirations taken monthly), and both nitrous oxide and methane consumption rates using gas concentrations approximately 10X ambient. In July 1993, we made the following changes from the 1992 protocol; bulk density was also measured as was denitrification potentials and methane production rates. The nitrous oxide and methane consumption experiments were dropped.
1. Field studies; monthly: There are 10 plots within each of the twenty sites. These consist of locations along a 50 meter transect 5 meters apart where the gas flux chambers are placed and soil samples taken. Soil respiration was measured using indicating soda lime with a mesh of 6/12 (Fisher #S201-3). The increase in weight is directly proportional to the amount of CO2 adsorbed during the incubation period. Thirty grams of soda lime was added to 8 oz glass jars fitted with gastight metal lids. They were heated uncovered for 8 hr at 100C to remove moisture. At time 0 the jars were placed on metal mesh stands within a incubation chamber (3 gal plastic ice cream tubs with a 23.5 cm opening), the lids were removed and the chambers sealed into the soils. Twenty four hours later, the lids were placed back on the jars and returned to the laboratory where they were again dried (with lid off) at 100C for 8 hr.
At each of the ten plots along the transect, 4.7 x 10 cm mineral soil cores were taken in the top 10 cm of mineral soil to measure bulk density. Another set of cores was used to estimate litter concentrations. 041b061a72