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Luigi Bormioli Lock-Eat Handy Jar 67.75 Ounce (2 Liters)

Luigi Bormioli Lock-Eat Handy Jar 67.75 Ounce (2 Liters)

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2 Liter Storage Glass Jar

This 67.75 oz handy jar, measuring 5.7" in diameter and 7.5" in height, comes with an innovative glass lid that is easy to fill, close, and open. The lid features a detachable stainless steel elastic clamp for easy removal and is microwave safe without the clamp. 

The jar also includes a natural rubber gasket, making it food-safe and suitable for canning, airtight storage, and freezer use. Both the glass jar and lid are reusable and recyclable and can be easily washed by hand or in the dishwasher. In addition, these stackable food jars help save on storage space.

Brand: Luigi Bormioli
Color: Clear
Material: Glass
Capacity: 67.75 Fluid Ounces
Number of Sets: 1



Moving from plastic to glass for food storage may seem like a small step. However, plastic containers eventually wear out and when they are no longer useful there is little chance they will be recycled. They will end up in our landfills or waterways. Glass has none of these issues and if treated well can last generations.


  1. Can last 10-13 years if canning and many decades under normal use
  2. Does not leach any chemicals into your food
  3. Is infinitely recyclable with the glass and metal being completely reusable and the natural rubber gasket being completely biodegradable

Noteworthy Product Attributes

  1. Heavy glass construction that is durable
  2. Metal fittings that are infinitely recyclable just like glass
  3. A natural rubber gasket that can be replaced when it is worn out
  4. A brand that has been around for decades and is likely to be around for many more
  5. A fully detachable lid that can be cleaned separately unlike many other top jars



  1. Most plastic food storage containers last 6 to 12 months
  2. Heating plastic containers or putting oily/fatty foods can lead to plastic leaching into your food
  3. Most of these containers can be downcycled at best and the majority just end up in landfill

Overall Sustainability Score - 89 / 100

Score Breakdown

Manufacturing (Score - 8/10) -
The country of origin is Italy. Glass manufacturing is energy-intensive, but glass is infinitely recyclable.

Distribution (Score - 6/10) -
Distribution is traditionally not far from the target market.

Cost (Score - 7/10) - Cost is 5 approximately five times greater than a conventional plastic storage container with a lid.

Packaging (Score - 10/10) -  Packaging uses plastic bubble wrap and could be improved. Some units arrived broken while competitor products wrapped in paper had less damage.

Effectiveness (Score - 10/10) - Very good at food storage and preservation. Increases the length of food stays fresh in the refrigerator.

Lifespan (Score - 10/10) - Has an extraordinary lifespan over the decades. Can last a lifetime. If used for canning the lifespan can be shorter - approximately 10 to 15 years.

Fun (Score - 10/10) - Very elegant design and extremely useful in lengthening the life of produce in the refrigerator and keeping dry goods in the pantry. Has a removable lid with a natural rubber gasket that allows for easy cleaning and years of services with the availability of replacement gaskets.

Relevance (Score - 10/10) -  Good fit for purpose product.

Disposal (Score - 10/10) -  Can be recycled by any municipal curbside recycling service.

Recycling (Score - 10/10) - Infinitely recyclable parts which include glass and steel. The gasket is natural rubber and biodegradable.