Dreamfarm has served up new kitchen tools, which are designed to make serving and preserving food and spices a little easier.
The Knibble features a barbed blade that is designed to create air pockets to stop cheese from sticking, the company said. The stainless steel forks are geared for serving and don’t extend beyond the profile of the blade for safety. The rounded top edge of the blade spreads without tearing up bread and scrapes up ingredients from plastic containers without scratching them, the company said. The Knibble and Knibble lite are scheduled to be available this month and have a suggested retail price of $17.95 and $9.95, respectively.
Dreamfarm’s Orlid, another recent launch, is a stackable spice jar with a double lid that opens to shake or scoop with the press of a button. The Orlid has a wide mouth and will flip open to a fully adjustable shaker dial or fully open for pouring with just one hand. It also nests in stacks, taking up less space in the cupboard. It is compatible with the brand’s Ortwo and Ortwo Lite spice mills and has a suggested retail price of $11.95.