Mason jars are the go-to containers for preserving vegetables and fruits at home, but their commercial uses span a wide variety of products and contents. A generous mix of capacities, colors, and lid styles make these Ball® clear glass mason jars, and other models, a significant choice for packaging everything from soups to candles. Find the right models for your products at Berlin Packaging.
Mason Jars With Lids Come in Many Styles
When considering packaging in glass jars, note that Mason jars immediately resonate with buyers. Ball Mason jars carry the distinct Ball name on the glass, calling to mind shelves of preserves. Inexpensive Legacy Mason jars also carry the classic embossed script across two sides of the jars. Wide-mouth Kerr® Mason jars offer a substantial increase in the mouth openings. All of these styles come with at least one model that includes a cap, and additional cap styles are available.
What Kind of Food Products Are Right for Mason Jars?
Because the glass is FDA approved, the jars can handle a broad spectrum of food. Along with traditional vegetables and fruits, package your line of spaghetti, pizza, and tomato sauces, and display the rich color of the contents. Consider small capacity jars for gift food items like jellies and jams. Add gold metal pourer caps to jars of honey, syrup, or barbecue sauces.
What Other Products Can Be Packaged in Mason Jars With Lids?
Any products that can go in jars can benefit from the appeal of Mason jars. Consider them for candles, liquor, lamp oil, condiments, and bath salts. Skin care products like creams and toners match up nicely with wide mouth jars. Toothpicks, straws, and incense and spice sticks are effectively showcased.
Do These Jars Have Tight Seals?
Yes. When considering Mason jar lids and bands, look for disc lids and rings that offer vacuum seals. Additionally, these lids have an underside coating that protects the lids.