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does anyone have extra pint or quart containers?

Posted by NorthernGirlie MI z4 (My Page) on
Sun, Feb 20, 05 at 10:45

I'm looking for pint and quart containers for our farm market. I don't need the 1000 min that the companies make you order. Does anyone have any that they can spare..or is there somewhere that I can buy smaller amounts?
thanks


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RE: does anyone have extra pint or quart containers?

I don't know about pints, but know that Gurney's (they have a website) sells the wooden quart-size containers in amounts specifically for the home or small market gardener.


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RE: does anyone have extra pint or quart containers?

Try a farm & feed store, or a greenhouse supply place. My farm store carries the green fiber containers (like for strawberries) and the greenhouse place has wooden baskets...Ann


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RE: does anyone have extra pint or quart containers?

I use Monte Packaging. The minimum orders aren't as high as 1000 but some of the sizes do go as high as 600. Others are as low as 250.

Here is a link that might be useful: Containers


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RE: does anyone have extra pint or quart containers?

Get the full case, pulp tills don't rot and you will be amazed at how many you can use in a season. plus cases arer way cheaper than getting into split cases. I have a small operation but still go through 3 cases of 1/2 pints and a case of pints annually.


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RE: does anyone have extra pint or quart containers?

HELLO:

YES I SELL PINT SIZE STRAWBERRY CONTAINERS AT:www.partyfavors4sale.ecrater.com

THESE ARE THE GREEN PLASTIC STRAWBERRY CONTAINERS.
YOU CAN PURCHASE AS MANY AS YOU WANT.

THANKS

Here is a link that might be useful: PARTYFAVORS4SALE


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