50ml glass jar

Made in the EU

Carbon emissions from transport are kept as low as possible, since your packaging is made locally in the EU.

Description

This jar size will work great with supplements, cosmetics and small food products. Get brown or clear glass with a matte black or plain white screw-on lid. The jar walls are thick which prevents the container from easily shattering.
Absolutely! Glass jars and bottles are entirely safe for storing edible substances such as liquids, solid foods, and supplement capsules & gummies. Simply secure the lid tightly, and you'll get a waterproof seal that also provides excellent protection against air exposure. But keep in mind to handle glass containers with care and never sell products in jars or bottles that have cracks on the inside or outside. Even if the container does not break, cracked glass can cut the user's hands or release tiny glass shards into the product. Prioritising the integrity of the glass packaging ensures the utmost safety for both your customers and the products themselves.
It is indeed a fully recyclable material. What's more, it can be recycled indefinitely without compromising its original quality. Now, there’s an important question regarding glass bottles and jars with attached labels. Do these labels need to be removed before recycling? The answer is that most recycling centres accept glass containers with labels intact. However, it's still a good practice to remove the labels, just to be on the safe side.
Yes, because glass is a non-toxic material, regardless of its decomposition time. In contrast, non-recycled plastic has the potential to release harmful substances into the environment. On that note, it’s an interesting fact that plastic takes approximately 450-1000 years to break down, while glass can take up to 1 million years for complete decomposition.

Description

This jar size will work great with supplements, cosmetics and small food products. Get brown or clear glass with a matte black or plain white screw-on lid. The jar walls are thick which prevents the container from easily shattering.

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Absolutely! Glass jars and bottles are entirely safe for storing edible substances such as liquids, solid foods, and supplement capsules & gummies. Simply secure the lid tightly, and you'll get a waterproof seal that also provides excellent protection against air exposure. But keep in mind to handle glass containers with care and never sell products in jars or bottles that have cracks on the inside or outside. Even if the container does not break, cracked glass can cut the user's hands or release tiny glass shards into the product. Prioritising the integrity of the glass packaging ensures the utmost safety for both your customers and the products themselves.
It is indeed a fully recyclable material. What's more, it can be recycled indefinitely without compromising its original quality. Now, there’s an important question regarding glass bottles and jars with attached labels. Do these labels need to be removed before recycling? The answer is that most recycling centres accept glass containers with labels intact. However, it's still a good practice to remove the labels, just to be on the safe side.
Yes, because glass is a non-toxic material, regardless of its decomposition time. In contrast, non-recycled plastic has the potential to release harmful substances into the environment. On that note, it’s an interesting fact that plastic takes approximately 450-1000 years to break down, while glass can take up to 1 million years for complete decomposition.

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