Although “canning” (the American term for home preserving) decreased in popularity in the mid-1900’s, we are seeing a 21 century resurgence due to economics and desire for better food choices.
You will often find old jars famously embossed with “Mason's Patent Nov 30th 1858" even after the expiration of his patent.
Around the same time as Mason, other countries around the world had their versions, such as Kilner and Norway.
In the 1800's there were hundreds of different brands throughout the world selling essentially what we have come to call Mason jars. The most common North American brands are Ball, Kerr, Golden Harvest and Bernardin, all are made in the US & Canada by Jarden.
Other brands such as Orchard Road and generic Mason jars are mostly made in Asia.
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I need guys that are articulate and that can teach me something,” Rose said.