Emile Henry has marked its 25th anniversary of bringing its housewares to the U.S. market.
Meyer U.S. has formed a new collaboration with Ayesha Curry, cookbook author and star of “Ayesha’s Homemade” on The Food Network. The new Ayesha Curry brand will be part of Meyer’s celebrity division, bringing an added dimension to their existing celebrity roster, which includes Rachael Ray, Paula Deen and The Cake Boss.
MacKenzie-Childs has launched its spring/summer 2017 products and patterns. Among the additions is the new Flower Market pattern featured on its line of cookware.
Silpat has debuted new holiday-themed non-stick baking mats at the winter markets.
Hammer Stahl is introducing the Entertaining Series and is marking the launch with a special January promotion designed to drive consumers to specialty gourmet retailers, the company said.
Epoca International has named Ivan Guarin as director of sales for the midwest region of the U.S.
Pyrex has debuted its Watercolor line of products. The new baking collection is said to evoke the motion of the surging sea by using liquid-in-liquid colorant injection technology to infuse color into clear molten glass, noted World Kitchen.
GMM Nonstick Coatings has been acquired by Showa Denko, KK, a Japanese chemicals conglomerate with more than $7 billion in sales, the company said. The deal became official on November 18 and financial terms were not disclosed.
Calphalon has introduced its new Signature non-stick bakeware to the market.
For the holiday season, Le Creuset has released new tartan print cookware and bakeware at Williams-Sonoma stores.