We have been avid canners for quite some time. We recognized the values of growing and preserving our own food many years ago. Besides growing a substantial garden each year, we go fishing, crabbing and dig shellfish fresh from the ocean. By harvesting and preserving our own food, we know where it came from, how it has been handled and what chemicals were and were not applied to the garden. Caning save us money and gives us a a sense of personal satisfaction that you just can't get from shopping at the grocery store.
Despite all of the positive aspects of the home canning experience, it didn’t take long for us to realize that something needed to be fixed. We encountered that something when we were tired from a long day and wanted to fix an easy dinner using our own canned goods. I'm sure if you do any amount of canning, you will be able to relate to our frustration when we spend more time searching for a particular food than it took us to make dinner once the desired canned foods were found. Labeling and organizing the boxes of caned goods in the pantry was a nearly impossible task. Finding what we wanted, quickly and effortlessly seemed like an impossible dream.
As most home canners probably know, the boxes that the jars come in are flimsy at best. Sure, they are fine for the empty jars but they just don't stand up to being filled with full jars. So what do you do with the jars? If you are like us, you use shelves (not an efficient use of space) or you find other boxes. It’s easy to end up with boxes and boxes of different products and have to go on a treasure hunt every time you want to make dinner. The time came where we had finally had enough! Enough hunting through boxes, enough of flimsy boxes. Enough of the jars being dusty from storage! Enough! This is where PiB comes in. PiB is designed to last. PiB has reusable labels so you know what is in each one. PiB is stackable and strong enough to handle the full jars.
We are sure that you will find our product a first rate solution for storing your canning jars.
Eric and Jada Fritz