Retailing your confectionery to the mass market? Or simply looking for high quality jars to display your sweet treats in your shop window or shelves? Here at Ideon, our range of sweet jars are available in a variety of shapes and sizes so that you can pick the jar that most suits your needs and style of your brand. All of our jars come with a lid of your choice to keep your confectionery fresh and the seal airtight, whether it’s a screw top cap or hinged lid.
If you want a large jar, we have our 450ml Sweet Jar that has a distinctive sphere shape but a flat bottom to keep it stable when standing. The large twist lid is angled perfectly for you to reach in and grab cookies or sweets, so why not get a few of these jars and create an appealing shelf display Alternatively, our 710ml Octagonal Plastic Jar has an eight-sided design that is made from PET, a fully recyclable plastic that has a clear finish so that you can see exactly what is in your jar as if it were made from glass. Choose between a number of lid colours including red, white and brown.
Fancy making your own sweets?
If you’re not a confectionery retailer but simply want to have a go at making your own chocolate and gummy sweets at home, we’ve found some easy recipes for you to follow. Our jars are more than suitable for home use, looking right at home in cupboards and on shelves to store your dry food such as sweets, biscuits and even things such as coffee, rice and pasta!
If your kids are crazy about candy, but you want to try and limit their sugar intake, then these healthier gummies are for you. They contain no refined sugar and the sweetness comes from the natural sugars in fruit and vegetable juice, as well as raw honey. This doesn’t mean that you can eat as many as you want though – they still contain some sugar and should be enjoyed in moderation, but are a great way of getting more vitamins into your kid’s diet in a way that they like!
Find the recipe at Creative Healthy Family.
Truffles are seen the ultimate indulgent chocolate treat, but they are actually really easy to make at home yourself for not much money at all! All you need is 70% (or over) dark chocolate, double cream and unsalted butter.
Find the recipe at BBC Good Food.
Fudge is not just for buying when you’re on holiday, it’s also really easy to make and enjoy at home. All you need is sugar, butter, milk, evaporated milk, vanilla extract and vegetable oil to create this creamy fudge that would make a great gift, as well as something to scoff on a weekend!
Find the recipe at Good To Know.