May Sponsors: Cuppow, Fillmore Container, Mrs. Wages, and Preserving Now

Did I mention that the Food in Jars stickers are in? They are free with every book purchase!

May has arrived (my birthday month)! It’s time to welcome local strawberries and say thanks to the companies that help make it possible for me to do what I do. Please shower them with your love (and business)!

First up is perennial Food in Jars favorite, jar accessory maker Cuppow! They are the creator of the original mason jar travel mug topper and, more recently, of the BNTO, a cup that fits into a wide mouth mason jar and transforms it into a lunch box.

Next comes our friends at Fillmore Container. They sell all manner of canning jars and lids, as well as a handful of books and jar accessories. They’re a family-owned business based in Lancaster, PA and they happily work with home canners and commercial producers alike. Visit their blog for lots of good canning tricks and tips.

New to the sponsorship rolls is Mrs. Wages. I’ve written for them for the last three summers and this year, we’re teaming up for an official partnership. They make all sorts of pectins and canning mixes. Make sure to sign up for their newsletter for monthly installments of canning goodness.

Last, but certainly not least is Preserving Now! Operated by Lyn Deardorff, Preserving Now is both a website and school dedicated to helping people expand their canning and preserving skills. If you’re in the Atlanta area, make sure to check out her schedule of upcoming classes and events! Lyn helped set up all my Atlanta book tour events and she is just the best ever!

If you’d like to be a sponsor, there are lots of spots available, starting at just $75 a month.
Please visit my sponsorship page for more details! 

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One Response to May Sponsors: Cuppow, Fillmore Container, Mrs. Wages, and Preserving Now

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    Zubayda M says:

    Happy Birthday Marisa! May is also my birthday month. Looking forward to making your strawberry rhubarb jam. Few more weeks for the rhubarb;its a little late this year because of the long winter here in Minnesota.

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