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Size: Quart | Product Packaging: Standard Packaging
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Ball Regular Mouth Quart (32-ounce) Glass Preserving Jars are ideal for fresh preserving recipes such as salsas, syrups, sauces, fruits, and vegetables. These famous glass jars and closures go beyond fresh preserving to help you with serving, creative décor, and gift giving.
When it comes to canning, there's nothing more important than a quality seal. It ensures that no oxygen gets into the canning jar after processing and that your food will remain preserved just the way you created it.
Ball Brands of Fresh Preserving Canning Lids have been crafted for quality in the U.S. for more than 125 years. Ball Jar's manufacturing facility in Muncie, Indiana, produces each lid with a custom, time-tested sealing compound with an underside coating so that the natural acids in your food will not react with the lid.
You can trust that each jar is every bit as genuine as the creation inside it.
Ball Regular Mouth Glass Preserving Jars
|Size||Capacity||Jar Material||Lid Material||What's in the box?|
|Half Pint||8 ounces||Glass||Tinplate Steel|| |
|Pint||16 ounces||Glass||Tinplate Steel|
|Quart||32 ounces||Glass||Tinplate Steel|
Great product. Arrived fast and quality is what was promised. Highly recommend.Published 1 day ago by Lynn
Overpriced but great jars. My home town was out and I needed them ASAP so I had to buy the on Amazon.Published 2 days ago by Matthew Hons
Ball Jar Mouth Pint Jars with lids - best deal online. Great addition to my kitchen, we use them as drinking glasses. great buy.Published 2 days ago by marleny l fernandez
Perfect size for jellies and jams. and you get a lot for what you payPublished 4 days ago by Joel C. Landis
I have been using these to make yogurt parfaits. The jars keep it fresher longer than plastic storage containers. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Melissa Allen
I don't use these for canning, but they are great to make overnight oatmeal and store small amounts of food. They are going to be a permanent item in my kitchen.Published 7 days ago by Joy3888