It’s the beginning of November and that means that it’s time to dedicate a blog post to the sponsors who help make this site possible. Please do take a moment to read this post and if they offer something that clicks for you, I know they would so appreciate your business.
First up is jar accessory maker Cuppow! They are the creator 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.
Next up is Spice Ratchet. They make the blossom trivet that I use as a canning rack, and just recently, they released a line of silicone Blossom uCaps for mason jars. They are available as a storage cap, a sipping cap, and a flower frog.
Our friends at Fillmore Container are back as well. 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. Make sure to check out all the fun programming they’ve lined up for their booth in the Pennsylvania Farm Show in January.
Mrs. Wages is also back for another month of canning goodness! 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.
Blue Kitchen Canning is up next. They’re an online shop that sells all manner of canning gear. If you’re in the market for a new canning pot or you want to invest in a pressure canner, make sure to check them out!
Our friends at MightyNest are back for November as well. They are an amazing resource for non-toxic, natural, and organic products for homes and families and recently added my beloved 4th Burner Pot to their stock.
New to the sponsorship list is Fermentools. They make a brilliant fermentation starter kit that involves a heavy-duty glass pickling weight, an airlock, a lid with a reusable rubber seal, and mineral-rich salt. I’ll have a giveaway from them later in the month, so stay tuned!
Last on the list is The Vintage Pearl. They make beautiful, hand stamped jewelry and are offering all Food in Jars readers $15 off a purchase of $75. Just use the code “FIJ15.”
Wow, is that your pantry?
No way there is any store around here with an aisle that looks like that. There are a few boxes of Sure-Jell and all the jars are usually stacked on top because they’re seasonal. It’s really hard to find canning stuff even during the summer.
I’m lucky I have a local organic nursery that stocks canning supplies like jars and lids year round.
I stocked up on pectin so I’m good for a while.
But I really envy you a store that has an aisle like that.
I appreciate this post that has all of the links in one spot.
That’s a picture from Winco, a grocery store in Portland, OR. They have the best canning section.
Dangit, I was really, really hoping that was from somewhere here in Philly.
Marissa, I took one look at that photo and was sure it was from Winco! There’s no mistaking their shelving labels, apparently. 🙂 I’ve been super happy, Winco expanded down here to Texas in the last year and now I don’t have to wait for trips back to OR to stock up on certain items. Side, non-jam-note – one of my favorite treats is sold in Winco (and very few other places) – Nazook, an Armenian pastry. Yum!