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to prepare (food) for storage and future use

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There are two types of canners available, pressure canners and water bath canners.
The company began in 1973 as a grower and canner of fruit and veg on its 120-acre farm in County Antrim before specialising in Bramley apple processing.
Once you remove the hot jars from the canner (either a pressure canner or a boiling-bath), tighten the rings immediately.
Philippine canners report a normal crop but expect prices to rise in line with Thai levels, because of an increase in world demand for fresh fruit.
Boiling water bath canners aren't able to fully sterilize meats and low-acid foods safely, making pressure canners the method of choice.
I think last year was the first year that the canner was not used for canning.
In connection with the agreement, Constar acquired PET manufacturing equipment from a subsidiary of Carolina Canners and entered into a lease for factory and warehouse space in Cheraw, South Carolina.
For those who aren't familiar with Conservo canners, in a nutshell they look like small refrigerators with shelves.
A favourable exchange rate will alleviate some of the increase, but canners will press for higher prices to cover fuel costs (up 100%) and the inevitable tin plate increases.
AMEX:FIZ) today announced it has received final regulatory approvals to purchase the carbonated beverage operations and certain assets of Beverage Canners International, Inc.
After a ten-day delay, Italian tomato canners started production this week.
AMEX:FIZ) today announced it has agreed to purchase the carbonated beverage operations and certain assets of Beverage Canners, Inc.
This time last year, Greek fruit farmers and canners were at loggerheads over prices, resulting in factory blockades and even threats of violence.
Another frequent error among home canners is leaving the ring on after the jars are cooled and ready for storage.
Intentia International announced today that Carolina Canners, Inc.