Chef’n, a brand of Filament Brands, is preparing new and updated kitchenware tools and gadgets in time for summer.
The company has updated the Emulstir, which is designed for making oil based dressings and features a spout angle that is said to eliminate drips down the side of the vessel. It can also be used to store dressing in the refrigerator. Made of glass and plastic, the Emulstir comes in two sizes and will have a suggested retail price range of $14.99 to $19.99.
A new marble mortar and pestle is designed to help consumers create gourmet flavors using a variety of herbs, spices and other ingredients. It has a silicone foot to provide leverage while grinding spices. It has a suggested retail price of $34.99.
For those cooking with garlic, Chef’n will introduce a new version of its GarlicZoom. The kitchen tool is designed to be rolled in order to chop garlic faster. It has a suggested retail price of $12.99 and is top rack dishwasher safe. In addition, the GraterZoom is designed to grate and slice garlic, ginger, chocolate and similar ingredients. It has a suggested retail price of $14.99.
For consumers that enjoy whipping up smoothies, Chef’n will debut the Blender Switchit. The gadget is designed to help eliminate food waste as it can reach deep into the corners of a blender to scoop out ingredients, the company said. It will have a suggested retail price of $9.99.
Chef’n’s new Tipster is designed to tip vegetables such as green beans and carrots, in order to give consumers a better handle on the vegetable while slicing. It has a suggested retail price of $5.99.
All of the new Chef’n kitchen gadgets will be available in July.