Love that jar asks you not to just buy the contents, but conciously buy the jar too.
We ask you to consider the packaging outside, not just your sweeties inside. Eat and enjoy the sweets, but afterwards reuse the jar too.
This packaging has been sourced deliberately to encourage you to repurpose and keep it! Or why not refill your jar with something else and gift it on. Maybe a friend collects buttons, your cousin has bottle tops or a music fan has badges, this would be the ideal way to pass it on reducing not only your own CO2 emission presence, but theirs too, with Zero Waste.
These bag jars are a perfect protector for your sweets. Air tight, resealable, reusable. Their non-breakable nature makes them perfect to send through the post.
When putting them into reuse; wash through, they are dishwasher friendly. Then they are great for fresh products, liquids and solids with an airtight, zip lock seal. Will stand up in a fridge door, or just pop in the freezer.
They are PE, BPA free, non toxic, durable and reusable.
BPA-free helps preserve food for longer.
The smaller of these bags is suitable for small sized sweets – millions, pips…
A typical “Sweetie Jar” filled to the brim it looks great on a shelf or a great gift.
In various sizes these jar are often the ones fond repurposed on a desk or bedside. Reuse for more sweets, buttons, paper clips, all those bits.
Whats in yours – I have drawing pins and elastic bands in one on the shop desk.
Glass jars – a thing of beauty, the ideal packaging to repurpose and keep for life. #Jarforlife
Although you could recycle these jars easily with think they would be ideal for standing proud on a kitchen shelf, in a lounge or bedroom.
Washed and dried how about holding hair bands and cotton wool on a dressing table?