Where are your products made?
All of our products are manufactured in our factory in La Mirada, CA.
Located 8 miles from Disneyland (The happiest place on Earth!).
We don't import any of our jars or caps, and don't sell any products made by other manufacturers.
How do I buy your products? Where's the shopping cart?
We don't sell on our website. Our products are sold mainly through our network of packaging distributors. They can provide you with local support, local stock, as well as get you access to other packaging that we don't manufacture. If you call or email us, we will point you to the best distributor to serve your needs.
Do you offer lined caps?
Yes! We can line with virtually any liner, and keep many lined caps in stock. Our most popular liners are PE Foam (F217), Pressure-Sensitive, FS5-9/S70 Universal Clean-Peel, and HS035/20F Universal Weld-Seal. Contact us with your requirements.
Can you do custom colors for your jars and caps?
Yes! We can run in any color you need. Custom runs are subject to a minimum order quantity; typically 25,000 pieces, but it varies by product, so contact us for details. And don't worry, no maximum order quantity!
Does Omega do any printing or labeling?
Yes! We currently offer the following services:
- Labeling of Jars
Application of pressure-sensitive labels to our jars. (Labels supplied by the customer)
- Silk-Screening of Jars
1-color only for now.
- Digital Printing on Jars
CMYK Digital Printing on the side of our jars:
More details to come
- Printing on Caps
CMYK Digital Printing on the top of our closures:
- Low minimums.
- No screens or plates or other tooling required.
- Changing artwork or colors is quick and easy.
- 1-color print costs the same as 1,000-color print, so you might as well get creative.
- Can print very small text, barcodes, and even variable data.
- Can print photographic images.
- Short leadtimes.
- Click to see sample images -->
What is special about Omega's Sealing Discs?
Our discs are made of polypropylene (PP). The same as our jars and caps. This means the whole package can be recycled as Type #5 plastic. Also, for companies looking to get away from materials like PVC, this is the ideal choice.
Unlike cheaper thermoformed alternatives, our sealing discs are significantly thicker. This means they feel more substantial. And are much less likely to get pushed down into the product.
- Lifting Tab
Who wants to struggle with trying to pry off a disc from the top of a jar with your fingernails? The lifting tab molded into all of our discs makes your package more consumer-friendly.
Why should I use Omega's Frosted Double-Wall Jar? Give me 3 reasons.
- A greener alternative !
The inner, outer, and cap are all polypropylene (PP), so now the whole package can be recycled as Type #5 plastic. Typical frosted double wall jars with a PS outer are Mixed Type #7 "Other" plastic.
- Less cracking !
Polypropylene (PP) is more shatter-resistant and chemical-resistant than polystyrene (PS).
- Money !
Our PP Frosted double-wall jar offers cost savings of over 30% vs. the traditional jars with PS outers.
- It's a great-looking jar !
Ok, you only asked for 3 reasons, but they really do look great.
Why is your website so plain and simple, bordering on ugly?
Why do you use goldfish in your product photos? Just to be silly?
Yes, sometimes we're a little silly, and it makes for a nice snack after
photo shoots. But there's also a practical purpose. Using a product that everyone
is familiar with makes it easy for people to visualize the relative size of the
package. This is also the reason we place the package in a setting with other
And it turns out Oreos or popcorn are too big for our smaller jars.
Peanuts, Froot Loops, and coffee beans are inconsistent in size.
M&M's and Skittles disappear before we finish taking the photos.
DISCLAIMER: No actual goldfish were harmed or put in danger at any time.