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IKEA 365+ Dry food jar with lid, transparent/white,

Price $ 5

How to get it

Remove the lid completely to fill the jar and open half the lid to make it easier to pour from.

Article Number101.340.23

Product details

Designed to give a good grip when you want to stir and pour at the same time.

Transparent; makes it easy to find what you're looking for.

BPA- free.


Håkan Olsson


Length: 17 cm

Width: 8 cm

Height: 18 cm

Volume: 1.3 l


kitchen storageAnitaHave several of these containers and I'm very happy with them. Perfect for cereal etc5
Nuts & AssortmentsJodiGreat for the small things in your pantry5
Pantry StorageJodiGreat for all cooking products5
Perfect Cereal ContainersJodiGreat size for a box of cereal5
It was as good asPatIt was as good as expected.3
great productRikkigood size for pasta etc, they fit well next to each other and makes shelves and/or drawers looking tidy.5
Great containers for oneChrisThese are great especially if you don’t need big containers half empty.5
Ikea 365+SarahSimple and stylish, these canisters are great quality and look fantastic in the pantry. I will be purchasing more of these.5
Too short for noodlesEuniceUnfortunately this is too short for storing my noodles.3
Best purchase everStergianiBest purchase ever5
Very happyElizabethUse it for dog biscuits and it’s perfect5
Storage containersBarbaraGreat easy to handle containers5
Good looking productSoniaUnfortunately this product did not meet our requirements. It was too tall for our space and top heavy1
Great size for our caravanJulieGreat size for our caravan5
Great containerHeatherI bought these containers to put my dogs dry food in. They hold quite a bit and is easy to pour out the required amount.5
2.4l one has enough capacity for 750 grams of muesliFrankNice seal on top. The lid dispatches the muesli without leaving bits behind on the seal so the lid closes without fuss to reseal. I may buy others for another muesli, pasta, rice, sugar etc.5
worth the moneyAnnai used it for cereal and it stays fresh/crispy the whole time4
compact food storageAntheaVery solid food container, and a good size for produce that doesn't come in bulk/large packaging.5
Love the 3 sizes, theyKelleLove the 3 sizes, they are so lightweight.5
They are great, light,small andKelleThey are great, light,small and stack on top5
IKEA 365+ Dry food jar with lid, transparent/white, 1.3 l

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