Suggested examples of items for dry pack canning include:
Nonfat Dry Milk
Degermed Corn Meal
This is a short list of the shelf stable, dry food items that can be safely canned for longer-term food storage.
CAUTION: Botulism poisoning may result if moist products are stored in unprocessed sealed cans. Dry pack canning products must be low in moisture content (about 10% or less).
The price of a canner (includes a new motor) is $1,295.00 plus freight, which ranges anywhere from $25.00 to $55.00 depending upon the area in which you live. All machines are sent FedEx Ground unless you are in Alaska or Hawaii. Residents of Canada or any other foreign country must pay all exporting/importing fees. Idaho residents must pay sales tax.
Our preferred payment is by check. We can invoice wards and stakes at the time of shipment. The ward or stake then has 30 days to pay. If you are an individual or group purchasing a canner, we suggest you either prepay or place a credit card on file and then be invoiced and pay within 90 days otherwise the invoice will be applied to the credit card with the 3% processing fee.
One full year under normal usage. This does not cover abuse, misuse or accidents.
Each machine is manufactured with a high-quality gear motor. Our machine can also be manufactured with different power requirements for other countries. This option will cost extra.
The torque arm is now standard on all machines. A torque arm tells you the pounds of pressure you are applying while sealing a can.
Our machines contain an interlocking roll to chuck design which assures quality seams. This machine uses a simple one arm operation with a push button switch to assure safety while using the system. The seal rolls are commercial canning rolls. Our unit is also portable and easy to carry.
The video is ONLY for public domain and non-profit use.
To view the downloaded video:
Go to the directory where the file was downloaded
Locate the file 'dry_pack_canner.exe' and double-click it
The best link for information on dry pack canning is on The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Provident Living website.
If you are looking for cans, lids and oxygen absorber packets, we suggest you look at food processing plants in your area. If you are unable to purchase from them and are willing to buy large lots, you should search online for the best price.