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

Price £ 3

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 Number800.667.23

Product details

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

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.

Suitable for storing dry foodstuffs.


Håkan Olsson

  • Wash this product before using it for the first time.

    Possible to separate for recycling or energy recovery if available in your community.

  • Material
    Polystyrene-acrylic plastic
    Polypropylene plastic
    Synthetic rubber

    Dishwasher-safe in upper basket.

    Withstands temperatures up to 70°C.


Length: 17 cm

Width: 8 cm

Height: 18 cm

Volume: 1.3 l

  • IKEA 365+Article Number800.667.23

    Width: 17 cm

    Height: 8 cm

    Length: 18 cm

    Weight: 0.23 kg

    Package(s): 1


Great!Verified ReviewerGreat!5
Keeping coming back to buy moreVerified ReviewerReally useful storage container5
I love these containersVerified ReviewerI was looking for them always but these were out of stock for a long time. Really good product. best thing these containers can hold a good quantity and still are space saving.5
Great to see these backVerified ReviewerNeeded another one of these tall containers they've been unavailable for ages welcome back.5
Very good product and valueVerified ReviewerVery good product and value for money.5
PerfectVerified ReviewerFor my porridge5
Just what we neededVerified ReviewerGreat for cereal or porridge oats5
Jackie MVerified ReviewerI am absolutely delighted to see these back in store after about 3 years of being unable to get them! They are good looking storage containers so can be used on open shelves without looking messy, are strong and keep there sharp appearance. Only drawback is if dropped onto a hard surface, they may shatter, so look after them.5
Satisfied customerVerified ReviewerLove these canisters bought some years ago when we lived in Spain so more than happy how long they have lasted do bought more5
OK.Verified ReviewerIt holds a small box of cereal. But don't come out so quick.5
Could be just a little bit biggerVerified ReviewerOn the whole they are good for the money but there are a few problems; 1) they're slightly smaller than a standard 1kg bag of flour, so you end up having to keep the flour bag as well as this container and it ends up taking up twice as much room 2) if you keep flour or sugar in them then the flip-up lid gets bunged up very easily and won't close properly 3) they don't stack 4) they're very top-heavy when empty so you always knock them over and they crack very easily if dropped, even from small heights.2
Space-saving and stylishVerified ReviewerWe’ve started buying dried goods like beans and rice loose to avoid unnecessary packaging, and these storage containers are perfect. The slim design means they take up little cupboard space, and the flip-up lid makes it easy to pour. The tall version is perfect for breakfast cereal but it’s been out of stock for months.5
Good quality for Cereal.Verified ReviewerGood quality for Cereal.5
Very handy.Verified ReviewerVery handy.5
JUST LOVE IT!!!!Verified ReviewerI'm pleased that this lovely containers came back in stock! They are my absolute favorite since forever!!! Very very happy with my purchase!!!!5
It was very good noVerified ReviewerIt was very good no spills4
Great. Use mine for pasta,Verified ReviewerGreat. Use mine for pasta, flour, cereal and washed strawberries5
PerfectVerified ReviewerGreat product5
Sturdy product, Lids not niceVerified ReviewerThis was a cheap good storage option but the lid is off white and collects dust. I've painted it now and now it's perfect. Nice and sturdy but not airtight.3
👌Verified Reviewer👌5

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IKEA 365+ Dry food jar with lid, transparent/white, 1.3 l

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