Ball® Mason Jars and Family of Brands
As a leader in home food preservation, Newell Brands is the maker of Ball® products,
as well as these trusted brands, Kerr®, Bernardin®/MD, FoodSaver®
The production of the first Ball® branded glass jar in 1884 by the Ball Brothers Glass Manufacturing Company in Buffalo, New York marked the beginning of a fascinating history. By the early 1900s, there were hundreds of brands of canning jars (also known as Mason jars), but only a few stood the test of time. Over a century later, Ball® Fresh Preserving has grown to be a world-wide brand that many know and love. Because it's one of the more iconic products of all time, many people are fascinated to know the history behind the ageless invention.
History of Ball Mason Jars
There are few everyday objects more iconic than the Ball Mason jar. Perhaps it's the timeless logo, the inexplicably comfortable weight of the vessel, or the effortless balance between elegance and utility that has secured Ball's success for the last century. Ironically, while the Ball Mason jar is one of the more iconic products of all time, few people know the history behind the ageless invention.
Sweet Refrigerator Pickles
• 1 tablespoon salt
• 3 cucumbers, sliced thin
• 1 onion, sliced thin
• 1 1/2 cups sugar
• 1 cup white vinegar
• 1 teaspoon celery seeds
Mason Jars History Ebook
Why do Mason jars stand the test of time? One reason is that they perfectly characterize good design: innovative, useful, aesthetic, easy to understand, unobtrusive, honest, long-lasting, thorough, environmentally friendly, and involves as little design as possible. But to me, it goes much further. Mason jars are a symbol for the American how-to spirit and heart of the home.
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