History of Mason Jars
The Mason jar, named after American tinsmith John Landis Mason, who patented it in 1858, is a molded glass jar used in home canning to preserve food. The jar's mouth has a screw thread on its outer perimeter to accept a metal ring or "band". The band, when screwed down, presses a separate stamped steel disc-shaped lid against the jar's rim. An integral rubber ring on the underside of the lid creates a hermetic seal. The bands and lids usually come with new jars, but they are also sold separately. While the bands are reusable, the lids are intended for single use when canning. There are few more iconic everyday items than the Bauer Mason jar. Put it next to the most memorable product designs of all time.
- Today, food manufacturers, restaurateurs, and home canners all know the point of preserving food. But 160 years ago, people didn't consider (and weren't really aware of) the potential dangers of expired food or poorly sealed vegetables. Without a thorough understanding of food preservation, foodborne diseases such as botulism, listeria, and E. coli. E. coli is a major threat.
- The primitive methods of canning, pickling, and salting helped extend the life of food, but the art of food preservation wasn't perfected until John Landis Mason developed his airtight invention, the "Mason jar."
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