Gadget & Kitchen Tools
True Brands has served up a variety of new wine and cocktail accessories for entertaining at home.
Several housewares vendors have shifted their production strategy amid the call for personal protective equipment (PPE) during the outbreak of COVID-19.
Ginsu has entered into a licensing agreement with Brand Partners Group to develop a line of kitchen gadgets under the Ginsu brand. The company said the products will be marketed under the Ginsu Kiso line of cutlery.
Scanpan USA has been named the exclusive U.S. distributor of Sumikama Cutlery, a manufacturer of steel kitchen knives, located in Seki City, Japan.
Bialetti, distributed in the U.S. by Bradshaw Home, has introduced its Ceramic 6-cup Pour Over Coffee Carafe in a classic blue color. The color is inspired by the Pantone color of the year, dubbed Classic Blue.
In an effort to bring more awareness to the growing crisis around single-use plastic, Stasher, a manufacturer of reusable silicone storage bags, has launched a new marketing campaign titled “Save What Matters.”
Despite growth in its core U.S. business, Lifetime Brands reported a slight decrease in net sales for the fourth quarter of 2019. Rob Kay, company CEO, stated that operational challenges from its reorganized U.K. operations had an impact on shipments, offsetting the company’s overall results.
Taylor Brands, a division of Lifetime Brands, has put a focus on power sources, readability and ultra-fine measurements for its latest lineup of kitchen measurement tools and gadgets. The expanded lineup includes new thermometers and food scales.