From the many forms of packaging, jars and bottles are considered to be the most common and widely used. You better believe there are a number of reasons for such an immense popularity of jar packaging in almost every industry we have today.
Perhaps you’ve noticed that this kind of packaging is used in a number of industries—from cosmetics to foods. So, how exactly did jar packaging gather so much popularity? Also, what are the main benefits and uses of jar packaging? Today, we’ll try to explain these questions and more.
Easiest To Use
Jar packaging is widely used in cosmetics where creams, lotions, and serums, along with other products are smartly packaged in jars. There are several benefits to packaging these products in jars for the manufacturers, as well as, buyers.
It’s easy to remove the contents with the use of cotton pads, a spatula, or even your fingers. In other words, this is a completely hassle-free receptacle. Moreover, manufacturers can be confident that the product will always be delivered to customers in good condition.
Beauty Like No Other
Consumers have to love anything that looks good and jars consistently look stylish and attractive. Think how many times you’ve picked up a product just because of packaging? Remember that particular jar shape that caught your fancy and you just needed to have it at home?
On The Go
When cosmetics or specially designed food jars are small in size and can be easily carried in handbags, we expect portability. Since not much space is occupied and fitting well into handbags is a snap, these kinds of containers are the preferred choice to carry cosmetics. Medicines might also be conveniently carried in this effortless style.
Jar packaging allows for complete usage of the contained product. Many products used in tubes, for example, often are not fully exhausted before being thrown out. Jars, on the other hand, can be easily emptied: by using your fingers or spatula to scoop out the entire product you can be assured you have gotten everything, saving you money and guilt.
Glass jars are a highly popular form of food storage and a popular choice for entrepreneurs, especially for all types of high moisture foods. It is always simpler to use small glass jars over any other type of jar or container when packaging foods. When holding condiments, jams, jellies and other foods, glass is perfect thanks to its opposition to all types of acidic foods. In case there is a need to pasteurize the product by using hot fills or water bath immersion, glass works best thanks to its strength against changes in temperature. Glass jars are then secured by a vacuum seal, which ensures the safety and complete stability of the packaged product.
The best part of glass jars is the wildly ranging suitability for many industries. They can make excellent solutions for storing creams, serums, beauty packs, medicines, balms, food products along with many more applications. Plus, available in a number of sizes, shapes and designs, this is often the obvious choice for versatility. Whereas plastic jars are usually cheap and lightweight, glass is durable and well worth the money spent. Glass jars offer an aesthetic appeal and are suitable for seemingly unlimited options.
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