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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. I’ll have a terrific giveaway from them later this month!
Next up is Felix Doolittle (you may remember them from the giveaway post I hosted back in July). They make whimsical labels for canning jars, cookbooks, and other food gifts. As you prep jars for holiday giving, consider getting some custom labels printed to make your gifts pop.
Back for again 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. I’ve been using
Back for a second month is Orchard Road. They are new-to-market makers of mason jars, lids, and rings for home canners. Their online store is now open for business, so you can now order them straight from the source.
Next is 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. I’ll be paying them a visit on October 11 for a day of canning workshops. Click here for details.
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.
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Catching up on old posts…you use that blossom trivet as a canning rack? As in, within the boiling water? Genius! I already have one, but didn’t think to use it like that.
I do use the blossom trivet as a canning rack, fully submerged in the boiling water. It works great.