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    Commercial Canning for Your Home Produce

    Sat May 04, 2013 7:23 pm
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    Canneries, Canning Centers, Community Kitchens, Commercial Kitchens for Rent, Local Canning Resources and Food Business Incubators - Commercial Canning for Your Home Produce...

    Commercial canneries, county canning centers and community (or shared) kitchens are facilities where you can take your fruit or vegetables and use their equipment to quickly and easily process your foods. Make 100 jars of applesauce, salsa, spaghetti sauce, pickles or jam in no time! Now you can keep the mess out of your kitchen and you don't need to buy any canning equipment! Some are designed for beginners to can with some guidance, classes and assistance, others are aimed at those who want to try to sell their home canned products.

    The list in the link below should help you find a canning center near you. These listings are a draft, gathered from phone book listings and government agriculture websites, and still growing rapidly. LDS (Mormon) canneries are all over the country and you don't have to be a member to use them.

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