Glass Canister

Glass Canister


Our exclusive EquiLife Glass Canisters are the perfect way to keep your Daily Nutritional Support or Daily Fruit & Vegetable Blends powders at the peak of freshness. With a beautiful etched logo and an airtight bamboo top, keeping this high-quality canister on your counter is the most convenient (and stylish) way to grab your powder for your daily greens juice or smoothie, especially for mornings on-the-go.

  • 28 oz canister holds a full size bottle or bag of DNS
  • 24 oz canister holds a full size bottle or bag of DFVB
  • Keep on your counter for convenient access
  • Refillable, high-quality glass canister
  • Airtight bamboo lid to seal in freshness

Customer Reviews

Based on 19 reviews
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Darrensgirl (Sapulpa, OK, US)
Storage canisters!

I thought this would be great to put the powders in! I got the large one, but need to get a few more! Makes it easy when making your shakes! Love the way it looks on my counter!

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S.H. (Detroit, MI, US)
Awesome!!

The canisters are great!! I purchased two of the larger ones and they work for me. I stuffed both of them with the DFVB crisp apple packets and the DNS shake travel packets. Also, a nice addition to all my EquiLife products on my counter.

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Lisa A. (Danville, KY, US)
Too small

I was really disappointed in the size of this container. The DNS will not fit in it and even if we use it for the Gut Support, the scoop would have to have the handle cut off. I wish the description would’ve included how small it is. It looked like a great option for the DNS powder that is now packaged in pouches. It’s put away because I haven’t found a use for it yet.

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Julie A. (Boyne City, MI, US)
Very stylish glass canister!

I put my DFVB in this glass canister and leave it on my countertop. My husband now reaches for a scoop of this before he gets his coffee!

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mirella v. (Elkins Park, PA, US)
Love the glass canister

This is a great canister. The only thing is that it’s smaller than the plastic canister and when it’s full there’s not enough room for the scoop.
I ended up cutting part of the scoop handle off.