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Wean Green Wean Cubes Review

Only top-rated glass food storage system we found made of safe materials that's leak-proof
Wean Green Wean Cubes
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Price:   $20 List | $4.50 each (in 4-pack) at Amazon
Pros:  Highly functional, durable, safe, adorable
Cons:  Best for toddlers while larger sizes better for older children
Manufacturer:   Wean Green
By Juliet Spurrier, MD ⋅ Mom-in-Chief  ⋅  Jan 17, 2013
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Our Analysis

These colorful glass containers (free of BPA, PVC, and phthalates) are a healthy and safe choice for storing baby food. Sold in a variety of pack sizes, they are durable tempered, scratch-resistant glass. They can withstand extreme temperatures, which makes them suitable for freezer storage. The polypropylene watertight lid and airtight integrated silicone seal keep perishables fresh and help to avoid leaking. The four clips that lock the top onto the containers are straightforward to use and make traveling with baby food worry-free.

Wean Green containers can be used for more than just baby food.
We like that Wean Green Cubes come in a variety of shapes and sizes.

They are microwave safe (without the lid), freezer, and dishwasher safe, too, however, we do recommend washing the covers and silicone gaskets by hand. Overall, you really can't go wrong with this great-looking system.


The most commonly cited likes for this product are:

  • Very easy to use
  • Durable, leak-free and safe
  • Bright colors are adorable and great for identifying different foods
  • Perfect storage size for little one's growing appetite

The Wean Green was among our top contenders for baby food storage.
The Wean Green was among our top contenders for baby food storage.
Credit: Abriah Wofford


User reviews frequently note these disadvantages:

  • Older children may require larger size containers
  • A bit pricey, but well worth the cost

Juliet Spurrier, MD