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Buy glass bottles wholesale at Saia Wholesale Containers. Family-owned and -operated, we pride ourselves on providing high-end products without the high price tags found in retail stores. Keep reading for answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about glass and why it’s becoming an increasingly popular alternative to plastic storage.
Yes, we sell to individuals, companies, coops, or churches. Anyone can buy from our wholesale facility.
The minimum order is 1 case, usually containing 12 jars or bottles. Product descriptions offer suggestions for optimal quantities for shipping.
Yes, our jars are suitable for pressure canning. You must use our high heat lids for a water bath > 15 minutes for pressure canning.
There are two principal methods of sealing your canning jars. With the boiling water bath option, users need a deep pot, canning jars, and lids. However, this method is only safe with foods that have a high acid content, such as fruits and pickled vegetables.
If you’re canning meats, soups, and unpickled veggies, it’s best to use a pressure canner. This method helps ensure the food is preserved safely so it can be eaten at a later date. Shop our selection of glass jars with lids today.
As society becomes increasingly eco-conscious, glass is making a serious comeback. Because 90 percent of the plastic we use doesn’t actually get recycled, much of it winds up in the ocean, where it can harm the water, air, and wildlife. Consumers are turning to glass in an effort to preserve the natural world.
Additionally, today’s glass is stronger than it was decades ago and about 40 percent lighter. It’s a great all-purpose solution for food storage and other long-term storage.
According to the Food and Drug Administration, glass is free of the health concerns plaguing plastic. As a bonus, glass can be put in the microwave and cleaned in a dishwasher under high heat without degrading. Glass is also more environmentally friendly than plastic and can be reused over and over again instead of thrown away.
We try to offer the best rates when it comes to freight shipping by looking at all the options we have available (UPS, USPS, FedEx).
We do partial ship pallets, and we try to find the best rates for you and the order you make, whether it's a full pallet or a half pallet.