From clear, golden amber honey to buckwheat honey in rich, warm brown, honey jars display the beauty and preserve the taste of this nectar from nature. Create a buzz with plastic and glass honey containers in engaging shapes like the nostalgic honey bear, traditional skep jars, hexagon glass jars, square, bulb, round jars, and more from Berlin Packaging.

Quality Honey Jars Extend Shelf Life

Honey can have a surprising shelf life, but can lose its aroma and flavor quickly if not stored properly, Honey is naturally bacteria-resistant, but easily absorbs moisture and odors if exposed to them. Honey jars with lids or corks preserve the product's flavor and maintain low moisture levels so honey stays sweet until the last drop. For nature's natural sweetener, glass honey jars ensure better shelf stability than plastic food jars when stored long-term. However, some customers prefer plastic for portability and to avoid breakage. If consumed regularly, the choice between glass and plastic is a matter of aesthetic, cost, and branding.

Honey Jar Shapes and Styles to Appeal to Different Consumers

Square honey jars come in regular or Victorian style, or with beveled edges. For distinct and elegant shapes, check out multi-sided dodecagon, hexagon, and hexagon-oval jars. The classic glass honey pot, bulb jars, and round honey jars provide simple, smooth lines. Taller, general-purpose honey jars provide space for larger labels. Gold lug caps come with plastisol liners so no honey contacts metal. Capacities on honey jars range from 1 ounce to 1 gallon. Both cork and lug caps are available. Larger capacity jars, gourmet jars, and additional glass food jars are also available.

Why Work with Berlin Packaging?

Clients can sweeten their success with free support services like supply chain management consultation at Berlin Packaging, a full-service industry leader. When you buy wholesale honey jars or any other jars or bottles from us, let us be your one-stop source beyond containers – with services like label design, warehousing, and logistics.

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