Cans get you cooking: a look inside America's cantry [Infographic]
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Did you know that 98 percent of Americans currently have canned foods in their kitchens? In fact, the average pantry is stocked with a whopping 24 cans. A new survey commissioned by Cans Get You Cooking, a program of the Can Manufacturers Institute (CMI), reveals that for a majority of Americans, a home-cooked meal means turning to their pantry - or Cantry. This portrait of America’s Cantry reveals how Americans shop and put homemade meals on their family tables every day.

 

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