Mason Bottle is Made in the USA!


Mason Bottle Made in America
This picture perfectly sums up how we feel about making Mason Bottle in the USA! Here are the top 5 reasons why being US made just fills us with child-like joy:
1. Living Our Values
We felt passionate about making a product that supports our local economy, but we also really wanted to make a product that’s affordable to all families. When it came time to manufacture, it seemed like we couldn’t do both. But we kept working until…
2. Never Giving Up
We found an innovative partner who manufactures top quality products at competitive prices. It took over a year to find this unicorn of a factory. Most others had sky high prices or didn’t even want to work with startups, but we knew if we kept looking, we could make the impossible possible!
3. Providing Better Quality
Being made in the US means that we have 100% certainty that our factory is using the safest, best quality materials available. We know that all our products are being made in a clean environment that meets the highest standards around.
4. Creating Local Jobs
We are proud to support US manufacturing. We love knowing that our products are made by highly trained people making a fair wage!
5. Decreasing Our Footprint
Making things close to home means less transport and a smaller impact on the environment. Factories in the US also adhere to higher standards that make a big difference too.

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@faustisland just bought a pack of Mason Bottle Silicone Nipples, and then combined one with a classic blue mason jar she had at home. Extra adorable!

@valeryphalon.photography uses Mason Bottle Silicone Sleeves to make toddler training cups for her big girls.

@headygrimm gets a Mason Bottle + Silicone Sleeve ready for her little one. She got the whole bottle including the jar as part of the Essential Mason Bottle Gift Set, but you can also make your own with jars from home using the Mason Bottle DIY Kit.

@loveandcovenant uses the 8 oz DIY Kit in combination with their mason jars from home.

@eyecreate_ gave her little lade The Original Mason Bottle. The width of mason jars makes them easy to hold for little hands.

@headygrimm got the Essential Mason Bottle Gift Set for her little one. It comes with both size bottles, both sleeves, and set of extra set of Medium Flow Nipples.

Paola used Mason Bottle with her son Max from the day they brought him home from the NICU. Though he didn't take to the preemie nipples in the hospital, he latched onto his Mason Bottle immediately!

@sriesland stocked up on mason jars for pumping at work, then she got a Mason Bottle DIY Kit to turn those jars into baby bottles.

@MasonBottle we like to use our 4 oz. sleeves with baby food portions.





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Made in the USA

"I wish I knew about these before I had my shower, and avoiding all the plastic bottles I ended up with. They will also make great glasses after bottle use is over. Also happy to see the Made in the USA mark on the product as well." -Cathryn

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Easy to Clean

"The next best thing to breastfeeding and the world's best shower gift! I love that I will never again have to buy a baby bottle because I already have tons of mason jars and they are so easy to clean. Our little guy loves his bottle!" -Susan

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Breast Like Shape

"The nipples are very wide, like on an actual breast, and our daughter really liked them. Early on, she would suck really hard on the other nipples and make a very strange noise. As soon as we changed over to these her feeding became effortless." -Denielle




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