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#269921 14-Apr-2020 22:31
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I'm looking at purchasing some containers for food storage. I'm really hoping someone has an idea where I could potentially get a kit (~24 piece depending on price) of varying sizes.

 

Briscoes sells them per container for around 16-30 PER container. Insane. I'm hoping there's like a starter kit to get a bit better pricing.

 

 

 

Any ideas? I saw stuff come on u-buy (thanks google) but immediately threw that idea in the bin. 






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  #2461605 15-Apr-2020 08:38
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Have a look for Pyrex kits. We bought one from the US and was much cheaper than sourcing it locally

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  #2461646 15-Apr-2020 09:37
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We bought glass containers in various sizes from the $2 shop. No kits like what you are wanting, but cheaper than briscoes.

 

Seems to do the trick.  I am assuming you are wanting for general storage of dry goods and not for pickling.

 

The ones with the metal clasp to close and seal the lid may be a little flimsy.  Look for ones that have a silicon seal around the lip

 

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  #2461658 15-Apr-2020 10:05
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I was going to suggest Arthur Holmes in Wellington. My go-to for glass containers. But their website has been shut down as they have been overwhelmed with orders and limited stock.

 

https://www.arthurholmes.co.nz/


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  #2461690 15-Apr-2020 10:35
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Mitre10 have a selection of glass storage containers

 

Not sure about the quality however. You may need to mix and match. Most kits I've seen are 8 to 12 only. 

 

Also, have a look at Spotlight as well. They have a decent selection from time to time.

 

 

 

 






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