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to prepare (food) for storage and future use

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In this early phase, the canners were as much a player in policing themselves as were external regulators.
Soon, however, the consolidation of canneries created tensions both with independent canners and with local growers.
She had seen people gathering cans and bottles and, after meeting Eugene Gadsden and other canners, she knew she'd found her niche.
Charles Ingram, chairman of the South Atlantic Canners Board of Directors, said: "The addition to our warehouse is important to our business and I am excited to begin this expansion."
The tuna canners relied on a 1993-draft MADL from California's Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA), based on animal studies.
Berman urged the canners to maintain the integrity of the dolphin-safe monitoring program by avoiding brokers that purchased tuna from these Mexican companies.
From the viewpoint of the can maker, canner and end manufacturer, searching for ways to reduce manufacturing costs and improving production quality have always been high-priority goals.
He warns that food preserved at home by inexperienced canners may be the more potent threat.
Peter began his career at Canners in 1972 as a sales representative for Design News.
Some people are buying products like Presto's pressure-cooker canners that allow them to store food for a long time.
His duties included seeing that a committee was formed to keep a complete record of all Tin Canners coming to and leaving the Sarasota tent city, instructing members on the by-laws, and stressing proper decorum and sanitary conditions in the camp.
Clearly, canners preferred older workers when they were available, but the "small children" referred to as wasteful and undesirable were less than ten years old and probably less than eight or nine.
Home canners rely on pectins, plant-derived gelling agents, to set their jams and jellies.
Only the most experienced canners should attempt home canning the following vegetables: cabbage (except sauerkraut), lettuce, celery, cauliflower, broccoli, onions, parsnips, turnips, or other vegetable mixtures.
After sliding by more than 2% in 1984, canned fruit sales in supermarkets picked up by about 2.6% last year, giving the canners something to cheer about in their struggle to keep consumer pantries well-stocked with their products.