Recently added to the cookware team at Macy’s, Cindy Koller Villari is continuing to raise the profile of the department store retailer’s cookware offerings going into the next year.
Lodge Cast Iron is releasing a new triple-seasoned line of lightweight cast iron cookware, dubbed the Blacklock Collection. The line is named after the company’s original foundry and touts a triple seasoned coating for a natural, non-stick surface.
Harold Import Company (HIC) is debuting several new baking tools. The products made their debut at the Atlanta Market, and will also be on hand for the summer edition of the Las Vegas Market.
This summer, T-fal, a divison of Groupe SEB, wants to help both new and established couples “Heat Up the Kitchen” with cooking tips and pop-up classes designed to help home cooks.
Tramontina has teamed up with Walmart to allow consumers the ability to purchase cookware pieces they need, without having to invest in a set.
Robinson Home Products has added chef Akhtar Nawab of Brooklyn’s Alta Calidad restaurant to its Celebrated Chefs of CraftKitchen program.
Meyer Corp. U.S. has named Christopher Banning managing director of the company, as of June 1. Banning, said company officials, will be responsible for all sales, marketing, and operational departments for the U.S. and all Latin American countries. He will report to Stanley Cheng, the company’s chairman and chief executive officer.
Le Creuset’s Matte Marseille colored cookware collection, which features the company’s fresh take on the blue hue, is rolling out exclusively at Williams Sonoma.