Jar Sealer Food Saver Regular Mouth: seal Ball jars using a vacuum sealer

  • $25.00

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  • Brand: Imported
  • Product Code: JSR
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The FoodSaver Regular Mouth Lid Jar Sealer fits on your own Ball and Kerr Mason jars and works with FoodSaver and similar vacuum sealer systems to keep goods fresh longer.  Note that it MUST be used with the standard 2 piece lids which come standard with Ball / Kerr jars and will not work for one piece lids or twist top lids.

Great for liquids, fragile foods and dry goods like dehydrated fruit and vegetables brown sugar, spices, dried fruit and coconut.

FoodSaver Jar Sealers create a vacuum seal that locks out air, the enemy of freshness.

Popular uses include using it to save dry goods such as rice, beans and nuts.  It also helps prolong the freshness of food stored in the fridge rather than using plastic containers.  For example, make a salad in a jar for lunch or vacuum seal your own homemade soup and then transport it as is in the jar!

Not to be used for canning.

Note that whilst the packet states that it can only be used with Food Saver vacuum sealers, you can buy the accessory hose and use it to adapt most vacuum sealers that have a hose port.  The EziVac vacuum sealer which we stock is easily adapted for this purpose!

Hose not included.

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