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How do you find Mormon cannery locations?

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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints has a list of cannery locations on its website. The church calls the canneries Home Storage Centers and has 101 locations across the United States and Canada as of 2015. The website divides the list by locations in Utah, the western United States, eastern United States and Canada, and it displays the address and phone number for each location.

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Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints members use Home Storage Centers to build basic food storage supplies. They purchase food items at home storage center locations or through the church's website. The church recommends that buyers download the price list in PDF format from the website and take hard copies with them to the Home Storage Center when making purchases. New products as of 2015 include black beans, refried beans, white beans, carrots and onions.

Twelve Home Storage Center locations allow buyers to can products themselves. Buyers can choose this option at seven locations in Utah as well as in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada; Mesa, Arizona; Idaho Falls, Idaho; Boise, Idaho; and Carrollton, Texas. Buyers purchase bulk food items and use Home Storage Center equipment to package it in #10 cans. The Home Storage Centers pre-package beans, rice and wheat to extend the storage lives of the products.

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