Yes, our canning lids are manufactured in Sugarcreek, Ohio, a small town in the heart of Ohio’s largest Amish community.
An effective seal is essential to preventing food spoilage and contamination, so it is recommended that you don’t reuse canning lids. However, other components, such as the glass jar and the screw bands, can be reused as long as they are in good condition.
Sterilizing lids helps eliminate harmful bacteria and microorganisms that could ruin your results.
Before sterilization, wash the lids and bands in hot, soapy water to remove any dirt or debris.
Bring a pot of water to a gentle boil. Make sure there is enough water in the pot to cover the lids completely. Place the lids into the boiling water using a pair of tongs or a jar lifter. Let them boil for about 5 minutes.
After boiling, carefully remove the lids from the water and place them on a clean, dry towel. Avoid touching the inside of the lids to maintain their sterility.
Once the lids are sterilized and dried, you can proceed with assembling your canning jars and processing the food following the specific canning recipe for the type of food you're preserving.
Here’s a simple method to ensure you tighten your canning lids properly. Set your jar on the counter or smooth surface. Gently begin tightening the ring without touching the jar. When the jar begins to twist along with the ring, your lid is tight enough.
Our canning lid seals are made from proprietary polymer that is food-safe, FDA-approved, and BPA-free.
The popping sound you hear is an essential indicator that the lids have properly sealed. If the lids don't pop, it generally means that the jars have not achieved a proper seal, and the contents may be at risk of spoiling.
Superb canning lids are manufactured by Superb Industries in Ohio Amish Country. Founded by a family of 5th generation canners, our company began producing lids to meet the needs of our local community. Today, we are focused on providing the most reliable canning lid on the market to home canners across the nation.