Sage Spoonfuls, Glass Baby Food Storage Jars, 6 Pack, 4 oz Each
- Date First Available: November 11 2021
Shipping Weight:1.47 kgSwitch to Imperial unitsShipping WeightThe Shipping Weight includes the product, protective packaging material and the actual shipping box. In addition, the Shipping Weight may be adjusted for the Dimensional Weight (e.g. length, width & height) of a package. It is important to note that certain types of products (e.g. glass containers, liquids, fragile, refrigerated or ice packed) will often require protective packaging material. As such, these products will reflect a higher Shipping Weight compared to the unprotected product.
- Product code: SSP-00324
- UPC Code: 857992003249
- Package Quantity: 6 Count
23.4 x 16.3 x 12.2 cm , 0.88 kgSwitch to Imperial units
Frequently purchased together
- BPA, Lead, PVC and Phthalate Free
- Leak Proof, Dishwasher-Safe (Top Rack) and Freezer Safe
Jars have a full 4oz capacity and are marked to 2 oz for portion reference. Glass Snack Jars have an 8 oz capacity.
The glass baby food storage set by Sage Spoonfuls comes with 6 reusable 4oz glass jars – 24oz of food storage! These glass jars are perfect for storing, serving, warming, and taking your homemade baby food and healthy snacks on the go.
The glass storage jars are leak-proof and have easy to screw-on lids. The reusable glass baby food jars are safe in the fridge, freezer, microwave (lid removed), and top rack of the dishwasher.
The set of 6 jars is ideal for storing homemade baby food in bulk, finger foods, snacks, yogurt, breast milk, powdered formula, and much more! The convenient 4 oz capacity with measurement markings up to 2 oz makes measuring portions easy. Made with glass that is free of BPA, lead, phthalate, PVC, and cadmium.
Always check the temperature of baby's food to be sure it is neither too cool nor too warm.
Never leave babies unattended when they are eating.
These jars are made of thick, durable glass. However, all glass has the potential to break or crack if exposed to sudden, extreme temperature changes.
Don't go from freezer to hot water immediately. Place the jar under warm running water for 10-15 seconds first. Then, remove the lid before placing jar in hot water.
Don't place jars in a pot of water on a stove top over an open flame or on a hot electric stove top.
Don't microwave frozen jars. Thaw food first, then microwave cold jars at 50% power for 15-30 seconds. Always remove lid before placing jar in microwave
Don't fill jar to maximum capacity when freezing-food expands when frozen.
Don't use jars in a pressure cooker or Instapot.
Let hot food cool for 5-10 minutes before storing in the fridge or freezer.
Thaw frozen jars in the fridge, a bowl of warm water or under warm running water.
Note: If warming food in bottle warmer, use low heat setting only and remove jar lid. Jars are not suitable for steam bottle warmers.
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