February Sponsors: Cuppow, Fillmore Container, EcoJarz, MightyNest, and Mason Jar Lifestyle

Happy February, dear readers! It’s time to thank the businesses that help make this site possible. Please do give them a little love if you feel so moved!

In the top spot are our friends at Cuppow. They are the creators of the original mason jar travel mug topper and the BNTO, a small plastic cup that transforms a canning jar into a snack or lunch box. Parents and kids love their EIO set, with its grippy silicone sleeve and a lid that makes for easy sipping. And make sure to check out their Cup Club, to see if using a mason jar and cuppow can earn you free coffee at a shop near you!

Lancaster, PA-based and family-owned Fillmore Container are next! They sell all manner of canning jars, lids, and other preservation gear. As always, their blog is an amazing resource for all things jar-related. They just recently posted a recipe for Grapefruit Rosemary Jam that looks absolutely delicious.

Our friends over at EcoJarz are back again this month. They make an array of products designed to fit on top of mason jars, including cheese graters, coffee brewers, and stainless steel storage lids. Just in time for Valentine’s Day, they’ve got a number of jar and accessory sets on sale!

MightyNest is an amazing resource for non-toxic, natural, and organic products for homes and families. I’m a big fan of the MightyFix, their monthly product subscription program. Right now, you can get a year’s subscription to the MightyFix for just $99 (it regularly costs $10 a month, so that’s a great deal). Best of all, if you’re a new subscriber, you can get the first month for just $1.

Mason Jar Lifestyle is a one-stop shopping site for all the jar lovers out there. They sell all manner of mason jar accessories and adaptors. If you’re in the market for lids, straws, and cozies to transform your mason jars into travel mugs, make sure to check them out!

If your company or small business is interested in becoming a sponsor, you can find more details here. I offer discounts for multiple month purchases and am always happy to work with your budget. Leave a comment on this post or drop me a note to learn more!

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5 Responses to February Sponsors: Cuppow, Fillmore Container, EcoJarz, MightyNest, and Mason Jar Lifestyle

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    Elle Martens says:

    Your site is such a great find and in the vast sea of mediocre recipes with gorgeous photography, I love being able to just exhale and say, “Relax-its a recipe from Food in Jars, it’ll be great.” Good ingredients are expensive and good information and instruction are priceless and I appreciate you having done all the hard work for me so I can simply get to it. The grapefruit-rosemary jam you linked sounds fantastic and I will be making it as soon as I am finished with the batch of your Meyer Lemon Curd I have on the stove. Its 3am here and apparently, I have turned into a vampire. Sadly, not the beautifully coiffed jet setting type but the thick blue rubber band from the celery stalk as a ponytail holder dipping shortbread cookies into a coffee cup full of crazy addictive Meyer Lemon Curd while watching Murder, She Wrote kind. A pretty picture it is not but boy howdy, the snack sure rocks. Second batch in less than 36 hours because its just That good!

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      Marisa says:

      Elle! Thank you for the kind words. I’m so glad to hear that my recipes inspire such confidence!

      • elle martens says:

        All true and they absolutely do! Oh – If I may solicit some extra free advice, do you happen to have a trick for getting rid of the weird brown rusty schmutzy stuff that can sometimes discolor the very last rim on the 1 piece Quattro Stagioni lids? I try not to mess with them too much after processing other than a light wipe out of the canner once they”ve sealed but it still seems to happen sporadically. I know it doesn’t affect the preserve but it looks a bit icky and I am hoping you have a solution?

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