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  • Great for flour storage
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    Very good quality! Fits a 1lb bag of flour perfectly for clean and neat fridge storage. The jars look shorter and wider than the picture, but I love them and the square shape is a space saver when lined up together in the fridge door shelf. They come with a separate rubber seal and so far seem high quality for my use.

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    nicviar November 7, 2014
  • Clamp-lid jars
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    They are Italian-made jars for sealing pickled vegetables, homemade sauerkraut, or just seal in dry goods. Easy to seal and open. Stylish jars. Love them!

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    susique77 August 27, 2014
  • Love these jars!
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    These jars are wonderful for storing food products, especially in areas that have humidity. We have a home right on the ocean, so I store crackers, cereal, etc. in these jars and they last far longer than they do in their original packaging. I also prefer storing items in glass rather than plastic. These have been perfect - very nice quality, secure lids, and they keep everything so neat looking.

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    shopn4 April 2, 2013
  • 1-liter jar
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    I love these bottles. I ordered the 1-liter this time. Have received and love my 3/4 liter, 3 liter, 2 liter, and 5 liter jars I store all by shelved foods and refrigerated foods. I love the fact that I can see what I have in them and am sure that everything will be kept fresh. I have not preserved anything yet, but will use these jars when I do.

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    azinnel February 1, 2011
  • They're Jars
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    They're jars... not much to say there. Packaging was a little fishy (and technically an illegal use of USPS boxes) but no damage resulted.

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    wto605 August 20, 2010
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