Housewares and home products will play a key role in Target’s Deal Days promotions that will run over two days beginning July 15. Sale items will be available at Target.com.
The topic of tariffs is one that is dominating conversations across the housewares landscape as retailers and suppliers work to develop solutions to deal with looming price increases that are expected to touch nearly every segment in the industry.
Both decorative and discrete, the Dictionary Metal Safe and Bible Metal Safe from Mark Feldstein & Associates help consumers conceal their valuables.
HEMA, a Dutch producer and retailer primarily of household goods, is expanding into North America, with a Walmart deal central to the initiative.
Consumers are embracing the use of retail technology to improve their shopping experience, according to the latest consumer view survey released by the National Retail Federation.
Ball Fresh Preserving, a brand of Newell, is celebrating 135 years of Ball Jars by bringing back the brand’s vintage aqua blue jars. The company has also launched new recipes and additional new canning products.
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.
World Centric, a manufacturer of plant-based and compostable tableware products, is rolling out its products into 750 Target stores nationwide and on the retailer’s website.
Walmart decided to bring technological experimentation down to the store level as it tests tech in application but also in terms of how consumers respond to an enhanced retail environment.