The Oneida Group has named Frank Biller as national sales manager for its Anchor Hocking food service business. The move comes as the company reintroduces and seeks to grow its glass-focused food service business following the divestiture of the Oneida food service lines earlier this year.
Chicago Metallic, a subsidiary of Lifetime Brands, is tapping into the consumer’s increased focus on versatile bakeware. The company is combining the increased use of bakeware for savory and healthy meal solutions as well as the consumer preference for durability and quality.
Robinson Home Products is rolling out Studio Cuisine, a new multi-category line of better-quality kitchenware that offers upscale products at reasonable prices, said the company. The new collection includes bakeware, cookware, cutlery, kitchen tools and gadgets and flatware.
Demdaco is set to debut its 2019 collection of decorative holiday tableware and home decor at the upcoming winter markets.
Peugeot has expanded into the bakeware segment with the Appolia ceramic bakeware line, an oven-glazed offering that is made in France with traditional methods and materials.
Lifetime Brands has entered into a licensing agreement with Instant Brands, Inc., the makers of Instant Pot. Company officials said it will create and distribute official Instant Pot branded accessories, including bakeware, prep accessories and cutting boards.
Gibson Overseas recently added to its Crock-Pot Artisan Collection with the introduction of new ceramic bakeware.
Clipper Corp., which carries the Viking license for housewares, is tapping into the consumer desire for the “Viking lifestyle.” The company will debut new cookware and bakeware in the line and will expand the brand into complementary kitchenware and housewares products.
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