Bodum, in conjunction with the Consumer Product Safety Commission, is recalling the two-slice and four-slice versions of its Bistro toaster.
Vitamix has launched a new rewards program that is designed to offer owners of the high-end blender various resources and content that company officials said will “enhance their blending experience.”
iRobot has added Eva Manolis to its board of directors. Manolis brings more than 30 years of product development and global e-commerce experience within the consumer technology space to iRobot as the company focuses on growing digital capabilities for its ecosystem of home robots.
Lodge Cast Iron is releasing a new triple-seasoned line of lightweight cast iron cookware, dubbed the Blacklock Collection. The line is named after the company’s original foundry and touts a triple seasoned coating for a natural, non-stick surface.
Harold Import Company (HIC) is debuting several new baking tools. The products made their debut at the Atlanta Market, and will also be on hand for the summer edition of the Las Vegas Market.
Uniek Living has introduced the Zuperzozial line of biodegradeable kitchenware in the U.S. The Danish line includes durable products that are made of biodegradeable bamboo and corn, and reinforced with melamine resin.
Tamara Childs has entered into a licensing partnership with the F. Scott Fitzgerald estate for the company’s latest glassware collection. The collection will debut at the upcoming Las Vegas Market, scheduled to be held July 28 to August 1.
Picnic Time has introduced the Toscana Lazy Susan serving tray, which features a chalkboard rim.
Portmeirion Group has acquired Nambé LLC.
Twin Star Home is making a push in the furniture market with its recently developed CoolGlow and PanoGlow collections of electric fireplaces and coordinating media mantels.
Ikea is launching Ombyte, a limited edition collection of furnishings and related products that double as moving and storage aids.
Bush Industries is planning for a busy Summer Las Vegas Market, entering three new product categories— bathroom, entryway and storage— expanding its recently introduced bedroom furniture and office seating lineups, and adding new Kathy Ireland merchandise.
Casabella, a division of Bradshaw Home, has recently developed its new Infuse cleaning system as it looks to benefit the environment with eco-friendly products. The system also renews on schedule by subscription and it’s using Kickstarter as a launch vehicle.
CapaBunga has introduced the Tote+able Market Tote. CapaBunga and Tote+able merged their brands in the fall of 2018.
A collaboration between vendor iDesign and partner The Home Edit has rolled out at The Container Store as a curated collection of organizational products developed to help streamline life’s everyday necessities, according to the company.
International Market Centers (IMC) said that exhibitors reported steady sales at the recent summer 2019 Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Market.
International Market Centers (IMC) has launched Atlanta Next, which constitutes a multi-stage capital and strategic investment plan to transform the AmericasMart Atlanta business through enrichment of all product categories and improvements to all buildings across its 7.2 million square foot campus.
The Las Vegas Market has extended its affiliation with industry organizations to include two new partners– Fair Trade Federation (FTF) and the Independent College Bookstore Association (ICBA)– for the summer 2019 edition, running from July 28 to August 1.
In the second quarter ended June 30, eBay continued reviewing its operations portfolio even as it beat a Wall Street earnings estimate.
Kohl’s has increased the size of its board of directors to 11 members and elected Michael Bender to fill the new board seat effective immediately.
Wayfair is partnering with Homes For Our Troops (HFOT), a nonprofit organization that builds and donates specially adapted custom homes nationwide for severely injured post-9/11 veterans.