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FUN and EASY DIY PROJECT: Jars for Bulk Items and Snack Foods




Repurpose attractive and functional glass jars:

• Collect and clean the jars you have chosen

• Remove labels by soaking the jars in hot soapy water overnight

• If you cannot fully remove the residue from a label,

scrape the remaining portion of the label with a dull knife or use Goo Gone. There are also other methods of removal you can find on the internet.

• Dry thoroughly and fill with snacks, nuts, seeds, grains and beans


Many of these food items are available in bulk at local health food stores such as:


Lassens

710 South LaBrea Avenue

Los Angeles, CA 90036

323-648-7980


Sprouts

915 North La Brea Avenue

Los Angeles, CA 90038

323-217-1642


Whole Foods

6350 West Third Street

Los Angeles, CA 90036

323-964-6800


Co+opportunity

8770 Washington Boulevard

Culver City, CA 90232

323-746-2899


Note: In addition to bulk food items, Co+opportunity also offers bulk body care, soaps and some cleaning products.


In addition to using your jars for bulk items, use them for packaged food as well. The jars keep snacks fresher longer and create a neater and more functional pantry.




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