The art of home food preservation is making a comeback with Victorio

 

Victorio is here to help. Make this year's harvest last even longer with products, tips, tricks, and secrets from our very own home canning experts. Victorio has an array of useful emergency preparedness and kitchen items that make life fun and delicious. Create your own multi-grain breads or tomato sauces. Preserve your garden and never waste your produce again.

The Victorio Brand

 

The Victorio brand name began in 1937 as a single product designed to make Pasta Sauce from homegrown tomatoes for the Home Gardener/Canners; it was soon discovered that it also made smooth Apple Sauce and the Victorio Food Strainer became a must have item for every Home canning enthusiast. Check out the historic newspaper advertisement from 1937 below.

Historic newspaper ad - The Daily Journal (Vineland, New Jersey) Thursday, August 19, 1937 - Page 6

To view the full page this ad came from click here.

The First Victorio Strainer Model 3S  (1937 – 1967)

 

This strainer was sold as early as 1937 and continued until about 1967.

All parts were metal except the wooden pusher and crank handle.

 

 

Victorio Strainer Model 200 (1968 – 1973)

 

This was the first model 200 strainer, the body was changed to cast aluminum, all of the other parts remained the same as the model 3S

Made by Vitantonio Manufacturing in Willoughby, Ohio.

 

 

Victorio Strainer Model 200 (1973 – 1974)

 

The metal hopper was replaced with a plastic hopper and the crank handle was attached using a wing nut.

Made by Vitantonio Manufacturing in Willoughby, Ohio. To see the instruction manual CLICK HERE.

 

 

Victorio Strainer Model 200 (1975 - 1983)

 

Starting in August of 1975 the Spirals were made out of plastic. Then in 1978 the factory moved from Willoughby to Eastlake, Ohio and the aluminum body was updated with a larger clamp and to say EASTLAKE, OH. In place of WILLOUGHBY, O.

In September of 1978 the pusher and crank handle were changed from wood to plastic.

Click Here for the 1978 Manual

Click Here for the 1981 Manual

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Victorio Strainer Model 200 (1983 - 1987)

 

The aluminum tray under the screen was replaced with a plastic squirt guard that fully enclosed the screen.

The color box and instruction manual were also updated.

Click Here for the January 1983 Manual

Click Here for the August 1983 Manual

Click Here for the January 1987 Manual

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Victorio Strainer Model 200 / 210 (1988 - 1990)

 

The Model 210 was a kit that included the Model 200 Strainer, Berry Screen, Pumpkin Screen & Grape Spiral.

Box and manual were updated as seen in the picture but there were no changes to the strainer.

CLICK HERE for the Manual

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Victorio Strainer Model 200 / 210 (1990 – 1991)

 

The aluminum body of the strainer was coated with white enamel.

Color box remained the same but the manual was updated as shown in the picture below.

CLICK HERE for the Manual

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Victorio Strainer Model 200 / 210 (1992 – 1995)

 

The squirt guard was changed to the U-shaped squirt guard.

The box and manual were also updated.

CLICK HERE for the Manual

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Victorio Strainer Model 200 / 210 (1996 – 1998)

 

Updated box with slight changes to the manual, but strainer remained the same.

CLICK HERE for the manual

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Victorio Strainer Model 200 (1999 – 2004)

 

CLICK HERE for the manual