Like I mentioned on Tuesday in my introduction to the new design, there’s now space on Food in Jars for individual companies, Etsy sellers, bloggers, authors and other folks with a jar-friendly message to advertise. These sponsors make it possible for me to spend more time on this site and continue to bring you interesting recipes, canning tips, and giveaways.
I relaunched on Monday with two sponsoring companies who have long been friends of the site. The first is Fillmore Container. They are a jar and container distributor based in Lancaster, PA.
Fillmore sells the complete line of Ball jars, as well as smooth sided pints, half pints, and quarter pints. If you want to give your preserves a more professional look, you can also pick up an array of cute jam jars, just like the ones used by commercial folks. They were also my source for some of the tall jars featured recently in this post about asparagus jars.
The second sponsor is Cuppow. They produce lids that convert canning jars into travel mugs and I couldn’t love their product any more. I particularly like teaming up one of the wide mouth lids with Straw-Tek with a Pint & Half jar for meeting my iced coffee and tea needs during the summertime.
Make sure to check back to blog on Tuesday, because Cuppow is announcing a new product and I’ll have some details to share!
If you’re interested in becoming a Food in Jars sponsor, please check out all the details on the sponsorship page. Feel free to leave a comment or shoot me a note if you have any questions about this new feature.
I’d like to send you an email about sponsorship/advertising my canning classes. Do you have a specific email address to send my question to?
Wow! Leave town for a few days, and when I get back, everything looks all different! 😉 It looks great – well done!
I found Fillmore Container through your website and they had the perfect jars and lids for my hot sauce project (5 oz woozy with plastisol lids). I was a bit wary about trying these lids since there is little to no information about these small lids, but I took a chance and was glad I did.
Thank you for the lead on the jars!