LG Electronics USA is releasing its next-generation vacuum model, the LG CordZero cordless stick vacuum featuring Kompressor technology.
Travel restrictions haven’t stopped Breville from hosting entertaining special events. The company is hosting a virtual “meet the makers pizza tour” featuring local celebrity chefs sharing tips on how to master pizza at home using the Breville Smart Oven Pizzaiolo.
Capital Brands, the company behind the NutriBullet and Magic Bullet nutrient extractor brands, is launching its NutriBullet Superfood Essentials and NutriBullet Superboosts, a new line of exclusively blended, plant-powered supplements.
Fresh ingredients are getting a hand in the kitchen from the latest kitchen tools and gadgets from Chef’n, a division of Lifetime Brands.
GreenPan, a division of The Cookware Company, is showcasing Venice Pro, its stainless steel ceramic non-stick cookware line. The collection is made with the company’s metal-utensil-safe Thermolon Minerals non-stick coating and also comes with GreenPan’s Evershine technology, which is designed to help prevent discoloration.
Harold Import Co. (HIC) is adding to its Mrs. Anderson’s line of bakeware with a new baking mini brownie pan. The pan is designed to make bite-sized treats.
The Fiskars design team, led by Petteri Masalin, has won the 2020 Red Dot: Design Team of the Year award. Fiskars Corporation is the parent company to the Fiskars Living portfolio of tableware brands that includes Waterford, Wedgwood, Royal Doulton, Royal Albert and Rogaška.
As consumers continue to be conscious of making more sustainable choices, Zojirushi has introduced a selection of new portable stainless steel tumblers and mugs.
Clipper Corp., which holds the license for the Viking brand of housewares, is debuting two new beverage/serving bowls for home entertaining.
To support homebound students in need during the COVID-19 global pandemic, Twin Star Home has donated 500 desks to Chicago-area Bolingbrook High School and the Secondary Transition Experience Program, both part of the Valley View School District.
Keter North America, a global manufacturer of outdoor furniture and a range of leisure and storage products, has recently begun production of high-quality, reusable face shields at its plants in Anderson, Indiana, and Milton, Ontario, Canada. Both facilities have the capacity to produce about 50,000 face shields a week.
Dorel Business, a supplier of office, lobby and hospitality furniture, is relaunching Bridgeport, as a brand centered on function, quality and design in commercial products.
Petal, a high-tech consumer goods company, is launching its namesake waste disposal bin. The Petal trash bin is said to be the first zero-odor, germ-freezing waste bin.
The new Hy-Genie No Touch Hand Tool from Mark Feldstein & Associates allows users to keep their hands safe from coming into direct contact with pathogens found on surfaces including those on store checkouts, ATMs, touch screens and gas pumps.
Casabella, a division of Bradshaw Home, is launching its new Infuse concentrated cleaning system.
A survey of the gift, home furnishings and apparel industries commissioned by International Market Centers has determined that, although the COVID-19 crisis has affected all retail sales across the U.S., store owners and operators are looking toward reopening and recovery, and expressing a near-term need for new products.
In its second week, High Point Virtual Market gave the furniture industry access to programming, product discovery and a sense of community as they have dealt with the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to host International Market Centers.
In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the High Point Market Authority is expanding fall market dates to spread out attendance and account for expected reduced capacity requirements for showrooms and buildings.
Despite the disruption of the coronavirus pandemic, Ollie’s Bargain Outlet maintained its momentum in the first quarter, as stores remained open to serve customers.
Buybuy Baby is launching Design Squad, a one-stop shop for nursery design and inspiration, in partnership with its sister brand Decorist, an online interior design company. Both companies are subsidiaries of Bed Bath & Beyond.
Aldi is expanding its curbside grocery pickup to offer more options to customers. After a successful pilot in select markets, the service will be available in nearly 600 Aldi stores across the country by the end of July.