Sana Ocean Screw-Top Lid 53-400

Details
The Sana Ocean Screw-Top Lid is a child-resistant 53-400 closure ideal for flower, ointments, creams, and salves. Pairs well with Sana Ocean Jar 4oz and 2oz & 4oz recycled glass jars by Tree Hugger Containers. Our 100% ocean-bound and reclaimed ocean plastic is Oceanworks Guaranteed™ and 100% HDPE (#2 recyclable).
FEATURES
  • Request a free sample
  • Ideal for flower, edibles, creams, & salves
  • 53-400 child-resistant closure
  • Food-grade certified
  • #2 recyclable
  • Comes with pre-inserted Pressure Sensitive Liners
  • Other sealing options available at MOQ 25k units
  • Pairs well with Sana Ocean Jar 4oz
  • Pairs well with 2oz, 3oz & 4oz glass jars by Tree Hugger Containers
  • Custom colors available at MOQ 100k units
$0.36 per unit for 1+ case, $360 per case
$0.35 per unit for 5+ cases, $350 per case
$0.34 per unit for 10+ cases, $340 per case
$0.32 per unit for 25+ cases, $320 per case
$0.30 per unit for 50+ cases, $300 per case
$0.28 per unit for 100+ cases, $280 per case
$0.27 per unit for 200+ cases, $270 per case
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Fully Customizable

Make our cannabis packaging uniquely yours with our custom printing and labeling solutions and add-ons!

Custom printing and labeling solutions for the Sana Ocean Screw-Top Lid include:

  • Digital print
  • Traditional labels
  • Tamper evidence

Add-ons for the Sana Ocean Screw-Top Lid include:

  • Sana Ocean Jar 4oz
  • Air-tight sealing
  • Tree Hugger Containers Glass Jars
  • HempPress Hemp Paperboard Box

    *Custom colors available - MOQ 100k units

High Quality, Custom Dispensary Packaging

 

Made in the USA

It has never been more important than now to invest in local resilience! Sana Packaging is proud to be a Made in the USA cannabis packaging company committed to supporting domestic agriculture and domestic manufacturing.

Ethical Materials

High-quality, compliant, and sustainable packaging solutions that you and your customers will feel great about using! Our packagings are made using plant-based, reclaimed, and recycled materials.