About this item
- 128oz glass jar with metal lid makes a practical kitchen or pantry essential
- See-through design offers easy visibility of stored content
- Ideal for storing a variety of food items and dry ingredients
- Can be hand washed for easy cleaning
Q: Hello there, Does the jar have an airtight seal with the lid? I wanna make pickles with it. Thank you.
A: Hi BBQribs - That's a great question! This glass jar is perfect for making pickles, as it's designed with an airtight lid to keep the contents fresh inside. Thanks for reaching out! - Patriciasubmitted byPatricia - 3 years agoTarget staff support
A: I wouldn't use it for the type of pickles that require canning. Refrigerator pickles should be safe, and perhaps the type of pickles that are fermented on countertop. Either way, there are protocolssubmitted byPriscalla Tar - 10 months ago
Q: How is this jar made air tight? Is there a silicone or rubber gasket/seal on the inside of the lid? I would like to use it to store flour and want to make sure it is truly air tight to avoid pantry moths, etc. Thanks
A: Hello pantryorganizing – Thanks for asking about this kitchen counter accessories! This glass jar will be easy to identify what is being stored. It has a threaded seal. Thanks for dropping by. - Anitasubmitted byAnita - 3 years agoTarget staff support
Q: would it fit a 5 lb bag flour?
A: Hi Mom to S and K - We're glad you asked! This fun storage jar can hold up to 128 ounces, which equates to 8lbs. You can definitely fit a 5lb bag of flour in this. Happy cooking! - Kristinsubmitted byKristin - 3 years agoTarget staff support
A: Mom to S and K, flour takes up 1.5 - 2x as much space per ounce as does liquid -- a one-cup-capacity measuring cup, which holds 8 oz of water, will hold only 4.5 - 5.5 oz of flour -- so you should assume that a128-oz-capacity jar will hold at most 88 oz (5.5 lb) of flour and possibly less. Useful tip: Next time you shop for groceries, hold a one-gallon jug of water next to a 5-lb bag of flour and eyeball them to see whether that much flour would fit into that size jug.submitted byJay - 2 years ago
Q: How many MM wide is the lid ?
A: Well, it took me 4 days to count them but it's roughly 3,490. I think I ate a couple, though. You're welcome!submitted byJason - 26 days ago
Q: Was this jar made by Anchor Hocking?
A: Hi BJ - Thanks for checking in. All of our own brand merchandise vendors are proprietary so we cannot disclose that information. Rest assured that procurement of vendors to carry our own brand names are held to very high standards! We hope that helps with your decision! - LeAnnsubmitted byLeAnn - 2 years agoTarget staff support
Q: Can I freeze liquid in this jar without it breaking?
A: Cherulk, pls read the questions before asking a duplicate. These jars are *not* recommended for use in the freezer -- the glass isn't tempered.submitted byJay - 2 years ago
Q: Where is this item made? is the jar USA & the top Imported or the otherway around & where is it imported from
A: Hello - Thanks for your inquiry. The glass is made the USA and the lid is imported from China. We know you'll find it a great addition to your pantry or kitchen storage. - LeAnnsubmitted byLeAnn - 2 years agoTarget staff support
Q: where is it made and how many pounds of rice can be stored inside?
A: Per a Target employee, "The glass is made the USA and the lid is imported from China." (submitted byLeAnn — 2 months ago) ................. With regard to capacity, a good rule of thumb is that one ounce of a solid takes up 1.5-2x as much space as one ounce of a liquid -- so a jar that can hold 128 oz of liquid will hold no more than 90 oz (abt 5.5 lb) of a solid and possibly as little as 64 oz (4 lb). Useful tip: the next time you shop for groceries, hold a one-gallon jug of water next to a one-lb bag of rice and eyeball both to figure out how much rice would fit in that container.submitted byJay - 2 years ago
Q: Can this jar be used to make sun tea?
A: Hi Puppy Love - This glass jar makes a must-have pantry or kitchen essential! It's ideal for storing a variety of food items and dry ingredients. Enjoy! - Patriciasubmitted byPatricia - 2 years agoTarget staff support
Q: Is the glass tempered? Can it take 100C hot water?
A: Hi Jessica - Store your items with this sleek designed glass jar with metal lid! The glass is is not tempered. While this jar is not designed to be heated, it is perfect for dry storage of goods. Thanks for checking out our Threshold™ selection. - MJsubmitted byMJ - 2 years agoTarget staff support