Remove the lid completely to fill the jar and open half the lid to make it easier to pour from.
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.
Wash this product before using it for the first time.
Possible to separate for recycling or energy recovery if available in your community.
Dishwasher-safe in upper basket.
Withstands temperatures up to 158°F.
By creating products that help people minimize waste, we contribute to enabling a more sustainable life at home.
No BPA (Bisphenol A) added.
Length: 7 "
Width: 3 "
Height: 7 "
Volume: 44 oz
IKEA 365+Dry food jar with lidArticle Number800.667.23
Width: 6 ¾ "
Height: 3 ¼ "
Length: 7 "
Weight: 8 oz
Simple to useElaine C.I like the way the top opens and closes. Very easy and quick. Keeps food fresh.5
The size and shape isVIVANAThe size and shape is perfect. I would love it to be made out of glass bit I really love this product. I have 6 already4
Affordable and breakableMadhurinaI’ve been using these containers to store lentil, rice and other dry goods long before it was organization trendy. They’re attractive and affordable. But I have seen them crack when dropped on the floor. Fortunately they’re easy to replace. IKEA, never stop making them.4
Great value and designed forLYNNEGreat value and designed for efficient storage!5
Nice little cannisterCarlIt is great for my dry cat food. Keeps it fresh.4
Used battery receptacleYVETTE M.I don't put food in plastic containers if I can help it, but this is a handy container, and chose it to store used batteries. It works really well for this purpose, since it's sealed and also clear, so you can see what's going on with the batteries. Plus, I like that you can just flip up the lid and drop in the battery.
It seems so well designed that I will consider it for storing other items as well. I highly recommend!5
Clear Storage ContainerMICHAELPerfect for my coffee and my nut assortment5
These are great to keepKarenThese are great to keep smaller amounts of rice in my cabinet, and the larger bags someplace else.5
Kitchen organizersAnkeBought them for my kitchen and are perfect size and beautiful5
Exceeds expectationsPatriciaSmall but very useful in storing cereal or similar food.5
Great for GranolaDavidWe use this for granola storage. Unlike leaving the granola in the box, it keeps out moisture and lets us see exactly how much is left. The container is a little bit too tall for some of our cabinets but works great in the pantry.5
UsefulYolandaEasy to clean ,strong
Elegant , useful for different things to put in .5
Perfect sizeCaseyThese are the perfect size for macaroni storage and sooo many other small boxed/bag items5
ConvenientMaxineGreat for spaghetti or cereal.5
A little unsteady. My chipsTeresaA little unsteady. My chips became stale . 😢3
Cereal keeperTINAHolds entire medium size box of cereal keeps it fresh because my kids never close the bag tight enough if left in original package also keeps insects out4
The opening is too smallDoloresThe opening is too small for the use I had for this container. Lid does not as tightly as I would like.3
Nice, but a little expensiveDeniseI like the shape of this container, and the lid works well but it seems a bit pricey.4
Slim and attractive.SaidaSlim and attractive.5
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