Make a great first impression by showcasing your products in beautiful blue jars. Blue packaging provides extra protection from ultraviolet radiation, making it a smart choice for companies that manufacture light-sensitive products. Blue jars can be used to package a wide variety of items such as food, liquids, creams, or pharmaceuticals. Size, shape, and closure can be customized to better suit your product. Choose from options like straight sided jars for easy label application, or jars with wide mouths for quick filling.

What Materials are Used?

The two main materials used to make wholesale blue jars are plastic and glass. While both are water resistant, the nonporous nature of glass jars makes them impermeable, giving your product extra protection from outside contaminants. Glass resists chemical reactions, and is a durable option that maintains its rigidity over time, making it easy to stack during storage or shipping. Blue plastic jars have their own advantage as they are lightweight, resulting in easy and cost-effective transportation. Since plastic jars are shatter-resistant, it's harder for them to incur damage when shipped. Blue plastic is made by mixing pigments with polymers, while blue glass is created using cobalt oxide. Both plastic and glass are recyclable.

What Closures are Available?

When using blue jars with lids, two popular closure options are continuous thread caps and disk and ring lids. Threaded caps usually come in metal or plastic, and can be used to protect contents from contamination or damage. They come in many sizes and can, therefore, be fitted with most jar mouths. Due to their ability to create a vacuum seal, disk and ring lids are often used for consumable products that need to be carefully preserved and protected from air. 

Benefits of Choosing Berlin Packaging

From warehousing to supply chain management, Berlin Packaging provides many extra services. They even have a team of designers to help you define your brand and create customized labels for packaging.

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