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Shelves of canned foods in the 1942 home will take on a different appearance from previous years. Not only will they be unusually well supplied with produce from home gardens but the canned foods from the grocer will show a transition from tin cans to glass jars, or from tin containers to paper bags or boxes. Sizes of cans, too, are changed; most canning is now being done in large can sizes, so the consumer will be making adjustments in her buying and menu-planning habits.
"Tin Must S-t-r-e-t-c-h,"
The Iowa Homemaker: Vol. 22
, Article 14.
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