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- Glass container with glass lid; made in the USA
- Durable, crystal clear glass
- Dishwasher safe
- 1-gallon capacity
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America's favorite classic jar. The Heritage Hill series by Anchor Hocking is a timeless piece that is useful in every room of the house or store! Great for storing cookies, sugar, flour and other kitchen staples (but is not completely air-tight). Measures 7-inches in length, 7-inches in width and 9.54-inches in height. Anchor Hocking manufactures and markets a vast array of quality products for the home. Anchor Hocking is best known for their high quality glass tabletop and bakeware products manufactured in the USA since 1905.
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I used these for cereals, rice, etc. Any little bump and the rims will chip glass into your food! You may not notice this until too late!
This happened unnoticed and I made rice one day (stored in one of these) and my family found glass chips in their rice!
It's just not worth it! I've used other ones that actually have a little rubber seal on the rim (These do not) and liked them until I saw another chip...
Now I'm using 100% stainless steel containers, with the stainless steel lids (with rubber seals) that have glass tops (like some cookware has) and never have to worry about my family's safety again.
Holds an entire bag of flour or sugar
Mouth is wide enough to easily scoop with a measuring cup
Glass, not plastic (I don't like storing food in plastic if I can help it)
No gasket; not airtight
I would not have thought it was possible to break these very easily, as they seem to be very thick, but I was removing the lid from one of them, knocked it against the mouth of the canister, and sent tiny shards of glass spraying all over my counter and into my sugar. As it was impossible to tell which were grains of sugar and which were pieces of glass, I had to dump the whole thing. I know this was my mistake and not the fault of the product (it IS glass after all, which I am fully aware of) but just be extra careful not to knock the lid against the jar. I really wish they had plastic or rubber gaskets to make them airtight. I use up my flour and sugar quite quickly, but I can see how it might be an issue for someone who takes more than 2-3 weeks to use a full bag of flour. You could always lay a piece of plastic wrap over the opening before fitting the lid into place to keep things fresh.
This style of jar has been a quintessential fixture in candy stores for what, maybe a hundred years? If they are good enough to hold candy for children for dozens of generations I'm not sure how we can't manage to store a couple of pounds of sugar or flour in here without fear of causing irreparable harm to our families. Then again I never wore a seat belt or a bike helmet as a kid and somehow I'm still here.
Guess I'm living fast and loose with Anchor Hocking.