Canning

In 1810 an Englishman named Peter Durand, received a patent from then King George III for a tin-plated iron can as a food container.

The tin can has continued to evolve over the years and has retained its popularity. It cannot be beat when it comes to food products sustainability, and has been used worldwide for many years for many food products. When properly sealed, cans offer a superior UV light and air barrier, protecting the food from degradation. There is also additional solid space for screen printing and label text!

Steel is America’s most recycled material and with its magnetic tinplating, the most easily reclaimed metal from landfills. Eighty-two percent of all steel products already contain recycled steel, so canning makes perfect sense to the environmentally conscious.

  • Soup Bases- Pastes and Powders
  • Sauces
  • Powders
  • Spices
  • Rices
  • Grains
  • Barley
  • Powdered Milk
  • Powdered Drink Mixes