The application process for Walmart’s seventh annual Open Call is open, and the company invites entrepreneurs dreaming of landing their U.S.-manufactured products on Walmart shelves to apply for the opportunity to meet with Walmart buyers on October 1, 2020, via virtual pitch meetings.
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.
Now through April 30, Walmart is accepting applications for its 6th annual Open Call event for products that support American jobs and domestic manufacturing.
Lodge Cast Iron has introduced the Cook-It-All cookware piece, which is named to highlight its cooking versatility and multi-function use.
Marquette Castings, which is based in Royal Oak, MI, is looking to bring U.S.-made cast iron cookware to the market.
Ferrum Technology Corporation will debut its American-made cutlery at the upcoming Housewares Show.
ThermoServ will have an expanded presence at the upcoming International Home + Housewares Show as the company launches new tabletop collections.
ThermoServ has acquired United States Dinnerware Inc.’s commercial melamine tableware brand, Prolon.
Hans-Mill Corp. is opening its new factory and distribution facility on May 18. The facility is located in Jacksonville, FL, and will produce U.S.-made trash cans and storage products.
The fifth annual Martha Stewart American Made Summit will take place October 22 in New York City. The event will highlight the next generation of American artisans, celebrating those who have turned their passions for handcrafted, well-made goods into small businesses, according to the summit.