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Seal your wide-mouth jars filled with green beans, peas, beets, peaches and other foods fresh from the garden with this Kerr® Set of 12 Wide Mouth Jar Lids. This set of lids is designed for use with Kerr bands, and they form a tight seal on your jars, so that the food inside stays just as fresh as the day you put it away. These jar lids are crafted from premium tin-plated steel that will keep your food preserved safely inside the jar without allowing in any oxygen. Designed for use in pressure canning, water bath canning, hot fill canning and even freezing, these lids fit most standard wide-mouth canning jars and replace old lids from last year's jars. The lids are specially coated underneath to keep them from reacting with acid-based or tomato-based foods, such as sauerkraut, tomato juice or whole tomatoes or pickles, so you can use them when canning nearly any food. Because the jars are made by Kerr, a leader in the home canning market, you can be assured of quality that will last all season long on your pantry shelf.
Crafted from tin-plated steel for durability and longevity
Includes 12 lids for sealing wide-mouth jars
Lids are specially coated to resist reactivity with tomato- and acid-based foods