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

Price $ 7.99

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.

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

BPA free.


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
    Synthetic rubber

    Dishwasher-safe in upper basket.

    Withstands temperatures up to 158°F.

    California AB 1200 Information

    This product contains: Methyl methacrylate, Styrene

    Authoritative lists: CA TACs; IRIS Neurotoxicants; ATSDR Neurotoxicants; CA MCLs; CDC 4th National Exposure Report; CWA 303(d); IARC Carcinogens - 2A; NTP 13th RoC - reasonable; OEHHA RELs; Prop 65

    For more information visit DTSC-CalSAFER


Length: 7 "

Width: 3 "

Height: 7 "

Volume: 44 oz

  • IKEA 365+Article Number800.667.23

    Width: 6 ¾ "

    Height: 3 ¼ "

    Length: 7 "

    Weight: 8 oz

    Package(s): 1


Size fits in a compact spaceVEENA S.Durable, transparent container and price is reasonable.5
Storage containerAimee F.Perfect size for cereal or pasta. Easy to grip and a great price.5
Perfect SizeRobin K.This container is the perfect size to hold my rice. It keeps my cupboard organized and easy to find.5
Great Small StorageLori W.Great for 1# storage items for small kitchens5
Cracked before first useCharles H.Cracked before first use1
StorageThomas C.Great for quick and easy storage of snacks or ceraeal. Easy to take on trips5
Simple and functional.REYES J.This is a nice size container. I used it to put my oxyclean that I buy from Costco and I don’t have to use the huge blue box and instead I use this fine slim container.5
Narrow Cereal StorageBarbara O.This container is narrow and holds a standard size box of cereal without taking up too much room in the cupboard.5
Nice product, too tall for my cupboardsLaurel B.I was super excited to find these containers. I bought 4 and unfortunately, they are too tall for any spaces in my kitchen cupboards. They would be great on a pantry shelf.3
Tight seal containerkathleen R.Slim, closes well5
TippySara R.While this canister makes good use of space in a very tall cabinet, it is so tall compared with its width that it presents a tipping hazard or maybe I’m a klutz. It is nice that the lid fits the smaller canisters too but a wider base would be more stable.4
Dry storageSUSAN H.Nice container for popped popcorn, Frito’s, or smaller bags of dry food. Easy to handle, lid fits securely.4
The price has doubled, yikes!JanellePaid $2.99 for BBB this a couple years ago, today it was $7.99… I found it randomly in the store near the plants so I had no idea of the price increase. Same great quality, but would not pay more than $5 for this item in the future.3
I wanted to love theseLinda S.I find my cereal goes stale in these faster than it would in the box. Also, they crack easily if you drop them. I really really really wanted them to work. The tall narrow shape works well on my shelf.3
Works well, keeps food freshshevonneWorks well, keeps food fresh5
🤎I W.🤎5
Too narrow and tall.HelenI put this water dispenser on the refrigerator door. of being too narrow and tall, it dropped on the floor when I opened the refrigerator. It cracked and spilled water all over the kitchen floor. The size and shape are not very practical.3
Great StoragePaulaTight seal and easy to view make these a great storage devise.5
Very useful and attractive.JANETThis tall slender container makes good use of my tall shelf space5

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IKEA 365+ Dry food jar with lid, clear/white, 44 oz

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