Cookware & Bakeware
Le Creuset is bringing peace and serenity to the table this spring with the debut of its latest line. Dubbed Olive Branch, the new pieces are embossed with an image of an olive branch and were created with the sun-drenched fields of Provence, France, in mind.
Tapping into design trends, Epoca is adding to its line of Ecolution cookware with the introduction of speckled cookware.
Lodge is celebrating the 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment— women’s right to vote— with the rollout of its new Rosie The Riveter skillet. It is part of the company’s “Made In America” series.
As if the tariffs on imported raw materials from China has not impacted the cookware industry enough in the past few years, there is a potential new tariff that could continue to impact the U.S. cookware market.
Frieling is rolling out cotton brotform liners for its collection of round, oval and rectangular shaped brotforms in order to make baking bread a bit easier.
Emile Henry is showcasing its slim tart dish as home bakers are looking for products that create solutions in the kitchen. The slim tart dish, which has a 1.4-quart capacity, has a wavy edge to allow for a distinctive final baked result, the company said.
The last year saw the cookware industry plagued by the growing instability surrounding the tariffs implemented by the Trump Administration. However, there is belief among some vendors that 2020 will be the year manufacturers are able to move forward and the industry will right-side itself.