32 oz. of Versatility.
This 32 oz. (REGULAR or WIDE MOUTH) glass jar works especially great for pantry storage due to its larger size. It also works well for liquid soap or cleaning sprays when 16 oz doesn't cut it. And if you like a larger reusable drink container, this is your jar. It comes with a traditional metal band and top, however, we think you'll find our accessory lids more useful:
NOTE: We're not really in the business of selling mason jars for canning because we know you can buy cases at your local big box store. HOWEVER, sometimes you only want to buy one or two, especially when you're gifting one of our lid tops or straws to someone special.
WHAT DOES IT REPLACE?
Single-use plastic cups, styrofoam coffee cups, plastic water bottles, plastic spray bottles, plastic film bags that many pantry items come in.
BORING (BUT USEFUL) STUFF
7" H, 3.5" W
Glass & Metal
Made in Atlanta, GA USA.
ABOUT THE COMPANY
At Ball Corporation, we believe in our people, our culture and our ability to deliver value to our stakeholders. Like uncompromising integrity and customer focus, being sustainable is part of our Drive for 10 vision, which leverages Ball’s strengths to achieve continued long-term success.
Our triple bottom-line approach to sustainability has evolved since it was formalized in 2006 and, today, is supported by several global policies, position statements, and tools for performance monitoring, continuous improvement and best-practice sharing. We also have embedded sustainability into our strategic planning and build sustainability goals from the bottom up. Individual plants are ultimately accountable for their sustainability performance, which is tied to each plant manager’s performance appraisal. We strive to put the right people, processes and partners in place to help us create long-term shared value and achieve our sustainability vision.
This jar was delivered quickly, came intact and was packed without plastic. Can’t wait to start using it!
Thank you! We appreciate your reply and that the jar landed whole... we always worry 'our babies' will break in transport. :)