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At the beginning of the last century, the J. WECK Company was founded in Oflingen Germany. At this time they developed and introduced the home-canning method for glass jars. Since then, WECK has made this method popular not only in Germany and Europe, but worldwide.
WECK is continually working in the field of home canning research. Specializing in all problems and questions concerning home canning, WECK has continuously developed and improved home-canning methods with the aid of its long experience as well as the constant ideas and innovations of the canning experts at WECK
PRODUCTION & DESIGN
All-glass jars have been around since the 1800s, but in the early days there was no way to tell if the jar was properly sealed until you opened it months later and found the contents rancid, or not. The design of these jars made it much easier to tell, and that much closer to making canning a more fool-proof, less disappointing endeavour.
Designer Johann Weck first released his jars on January 1, 1900. A vegetarian and teetotaler, Weck was adamant about devising a reliable, healthy and natural way of preserving anything from asparagus to blackberries.