About this item
- 12-Pack 4oz glass baby food storage jars with lids
- Thick, durable glass made with premium food safe materials
- BPA, Lead, Phthalate, and PVC FREE
- Freezer, dishwasher, and microwave safe
- Leakproof and Airtight twist-off lids
- Accurate measurement marks for easy portion control
- Multipurpose glass food storage jars that can be used for baby food, baby-led weaning, snack containers, Breast Milk storage containers, formula storage, and more
- Baby food jars parents love for home, daycare, and on-the-go
Q: is each jar 12oz or 2oz?
A: Hello! We're so sorry for the delay in response. Each jar has a 4oz capacity. The measurements are marked up to 2oz for portion reference only, it's not a max fill line. The machines that decorate the jars can't go past the lip of the jar, that's why they are marked to 2oz and not all the way up to 4oz.submitted bySage Spoonfuls Team - 4 years ago
A: 2 oz. They are tiny.submitted byRenee - 6 years ago
A: I have these. They are actually 4oz jars. They are marked up to 2oz as a measurement reference, not as a capacity reference.submitted bykatherine - 6 years ago
Q: Is it safe to freeze and then reheat the jars?
A: yes. I microwaved it plenty after freezing, never a problem. for thawing food in toaster oven, i first wash the closed jar with warm water, remove lid, place in COLD oven. then set temperature to 375F and bake for around 10 mins. the pre-heating time also helps it acclimitize. No cracked glass yet. there are bottle warmers you could use for thawing frozen food too. haven't tried.submitted bydsg - 7 years ago
A: Hello! So sorry for the delay in responding. Yes, it is safe to freeze and then reheat the jars. Our glass jars are made of very strong and thick glass. However, all glass has the potential to break if exposed to extreme temperature changes. We recommend using care when you are transitioning the glass between hot and cold or cold to hot. -Let food cool before storing in the fridge or freezer -Leave room for expansion when filling the jars -Do not go directly from the freezer to very hot water -Do not microwave frozen or very cold jars except on a low setting with the lid removedsubmitted bySage Spoonfuls Team - 4 years ago
A: I'm not sure what the manufacturer recommends, but I have stored breastmilk in the freezer in the jars. I usually thaw the milk in the fridge first, and transfer to a bottle for heating. Occasionally I do the initial thaw while the milk is still in the jar if in I'm in hurry. I just make sure to start the jar in cold water and heat up slowly, and I haven't had any of them break.submitted byColleen - 7 years ago
Q: Are the lids BPA and phthalates-free?
A: According to the Sage Spoonfuls website, yessubmitted byBabyFever - 6 years ago
A: Hello! Sorry for the delayed response! Yes, the lids and all Sage Spoonfuls products are BPA, Phthalate, PVC, and Lead free.submitted bySage Spoonfuls Team - 4 years ago
Q: how many oz does a single jar hold.
A: These glass jars hold a total of 4oz.submitted bykatherine - 6 years ago
A: Hello! Thank you for your question. So sorry for the delayed response! These jars have a 4oz capacity. Thank you!submitted bySage Spoonfuls Team - 4 years ago
Q: Does this include the hand blender too or is it just the jars?
A: Hello! So sorry for the incredibly delayed answer. Our Sage Baby Puree & Blend is sold separately. Thank you!submitted bySage Spoonfuls Team - 4 years ago
A: No, this item does not include the hand blender.submitted byMamaMayhem - 7 years ago
Q: How many ounces does each glass container holds?
A: They hold 4oz at capacitysubmitted bykatherine - 6 years ago
A: Hello! So sorry for our incredibly delayed response! These jars have a 4oz capacity.submitted bySage Spoonfuls Team - 4 years ago
Q: Has the paint on the jars been tested for lead and confirmed to be lead-free?
A: Hi Rebecca! Yes, all of our products are tested for lead and the jars are lead-free.submitted bySage Spoonfuls Team - 8 months ago
Q: Can these be used to freeze breast milk?
A: Hi There - yes, these glass jars can be used to freeze liquids including breast milk. We recommend filling up to 3oz in the jar before freezing to allow room for expansion.submitted bySage Spoonfuls Team - 2 years ago
Q: Are the glass jars, jar paint, and plastic lids safe in dishwasher sani/rinse cycle? The temperature is around 155 F or 68 C.
A: Hi There - yes, the jars, lids, and painted surfaces are safe in the dishwasher on the sani/rinse cycle. When cleaning the jars in the dishwasher, please remove the lids and place the jars themselves upside down on the top rack.submitted bySage Spoonfuls Team - 2 years ago
Q: What are the dimensions of the lid and container?
A: Hi KMA - the dimensions for the jar are as follows: Jar Base: Height - 2 inches Diameter (external) - 2.75 inches Diameter (internal) -2.5 inches Lid: Height - 0.75 inches Diameter (external) - 2.875 inches Diameter (internal) - 2.625 inches Combined: Height - 2 inches Diameter (external) - 2.875 inchessubmitted bySage Spoonfuls Team - 3 years ago