FÖRVAR Jar with lid, glass/aluminium-colour,


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Biscuits, candy, rice and nuts are happy in this jar with lid. And since it’s made of clear glass, you see when it's time to refill. Perfect to put on the kitchen worktop – with the lid up or down.

Article Number000.302.62

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The contents are easy to reach as the opening is on the front.

The transparent jar makes it easy to find what you are looking for, regardless of where it is placed.

You can reduce your food waste by storing your dry foods in a jar with a tight-fitting lid, because it keeps the food fresh longer.

Wash this product before using it for the first time.


Carl Öjerstam

Article Number000.302.62
  • Jar:



    Polypropylene plastic


  • By creating products that help people minimize waste, we contribute to enabling a more sustainable life at home.


Height: 18 cm

Volume: 1.8 l

    Jar with lidArticle no.000.302.62

    Width: 17 cm

    Height: 13 cm

    Length: 18 cm

    Weight: 0.88 kg

    Package(s): 1


FORVARVerified BuyerBeautiful for tea, coffee and sugar in the kitchen5
good jarVerified Buyergood jar5
PerfectVerified BuyerPerfect5
Good size jar for 2kgVerified BuyerGood size jar for 2kg lentils bags5
JarVerified BuyerIt was what I wanted5
great valueVerified Buyerdoes the job nicely and excellent price5
Good qualitySahida2really great containers, use them to put my spices in.5
Perfect biscuit jarDogsbodySaw this in my local store and bought it as a replacement for my current biscuit jar. The opening is wide to get your hand in but you can also see from the outside what the contents are. Holds just enough biscuits for our use.5
Perfect storage jarJoytobewithLove the shape of the jars, bought 10 for all our spices.5
Nice size storage but problem with the lidHklmThe lid doesn't fit correctly and doesnt closed.1
Cookie jarGrowlandsNice to hold biscuits, sweets, cookies or anything on show. I bought this jar to fill with sweets for the fund raiser ..... guess the ...... amount of whatever in the jar.5
harrietmrLiked the appearance, value for money.5
Fab for storageLolabailey123Using jar to store flour in lasts for a long time5
greatshopper1212versatile jar got pasta in one and biscuits in another, loos great.5
Good storage jarLeanne2019Brought this as there were no kilner style ones available. It does the job and is air tight4
Everyone loves theseRecycling DudetteI bought 5 of these to use in our staff room. They hold tea bags, decaf tea bags, coffee, decaf coffee and sugar. I painted a rectangle of blackboard paint on the top of the glass then labelled with a chalk pen. I also labelled the lids with a permanent marker. I'm really impressed that the lids screw on to exactly the same place each time so the labels are always the right way up when they're closed. They are highly practical as they hold a decent amount-I'm not having to fill them up every day or so like I did with our other containers, and because they are transparent, I can easily see when I need to replenish a pot. They look pretty classy!5
Good storage jarValej55Very handy jar I use it to keeps biscuits in , it keeps them very fresh and it also looks good5
Great and versatile storage jarSJCno1Good size glass jar that can have the lid at the top or side. Perfect for holding pasta or rice etc. Attractive enough to have in the counter.5
PerfectSafrinaEasy to open and close, good quality lid5
Just what I neededCandyisdandyVery good quality product for a very good price4


What is glass?

Glass is mainly made of sand, soda and lime melted at a high temperature. Tempering or various additives gives you extra-strong and impact-resistant glass that in some cases can be taken straight from freezer to oven without cracking. A big benefit is how glass can be recycled over and over without the quality deteriorating. Also, a lot less energy is needed to melt recycled glass compared to new raw materials. Our goal is to eventually use only recycled glass in our range.


Clear as glass

Glass doesn't absorb food flavours, colours or odours. For instance, you can use the same glass jar first for onions then for raspberries, and the raspberries won't taste of onion. As long as you wash the jar between foods. And unlike plastic, glass doesn't stain. Not even from tomato sauce or blueberries. That's what you call a clear advantage.