* Don’t store canned goods in the basement close to a furnace or steam pipes.
* Never place canned goods in the garage or on a porch where the temperatures will be too cold or too hot.
* Fluctuating temperatures negatively affect sthe quality of canned goods, so store them in your house in a pantry and away from the kitchen stove.
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