Granite Ware Enamel on Steel Water Bath Canner with lid & Jar Rack, Speckled Black
About this item
- RIGHT EQUIPMENT: Perfect for preserving fruits, pickles, relishes, jams, jellies, marmalades and salsa.
- EASY TO HANDLE JAR RACK: Includes rust-proof chromed steel rack that holds 9 pint jars or 12 one-half pint jars; jars not included.
- EVENLY DISTRIBUTES HEAT: Porcelain surface with durable steel core provides excellent heat distribution, reducing heat up time and saving energy.
- USE & CARE: Water-Bath Canner diswasher safe, rack hand wash, NOT recommended for glass cooktops.
- Made in Mexico
Granite Ware Covered Preserving Canner with Rack, 12-Quart
Home canning is an economical way to preserve fresh foods while retaining their vitamins and nutrients. The right equipment is essential to ensure a quality product and Granite Ware offers all the basics for blanching produce for the freezer or for cold pack canning . A porcelain surface with durable steel core provides great heat distribution, saving time and energy. The wire rack makes lifting jars easy, and is collapsible for quick storage. Granite Ware water-bath canners have been the standard for over 100 years. The stepped design produces even heat by allowing more boiling water to contact the tops of the jars, raising food temps. above 212°F, killing bacteria found in high acid foods. Water-bath canners create a vacuum seal when the jars cool, sealing out air and bacteria. This allows you to safely store preserves, jellies, pickles, relishes, salsas, chilies and more, without refrigeration. Canning is also a great way to create unique, personalized gifts for family and friends.
Granite Ware by Columbian Home Products
Specialty Cookware for every season, region and origin from the oldest cookware manufacturer in the U.S.A.
Originally founded in 1871, Columbian Home Products is the oldest cookware manufacturer in the U. S., famous for producing Porcelain on Steel cookware. The Columbian Home Products name was taken from the Columbian Exposition World Fair in Chicago in 1893 where we won the cookware innovation award for our naturally non-stick enameling process. We have been producing Granite Ware cookware in our Terre Haute, in facility since 1901.