Le Creuset is bringing more housewares products to its deep teal collection. The line is now expanding into enameled cast iron, enamel on steel and stoneware, including cookware, storage and prep, tabletop, bakeware (signature and heritage), kettles, stockpots and cafe products.
Le Creuset is releasing a new non-stick line of cookware, dubbed Toughened Non-stick Pro. According to the company, the new line is more than four times more durable than its original line of non-stick cookware.
Just in time for spring tablescapes and Mother’s Day cooking, Le Creuset is rolling out three new flower cocotte sets. The products are available in a set of three, each with a tray.
Le Creuset is bringing peace and serenity to the table this spring with the debut of its latest line. Dubbed Olive Branch, the new pieces are embossed with an image of an olive branch and were created with the sun-drenched fields of Provence, France, in mind.
As if the tariffs on imported raw materials from China has not impacted the cookware industry enough in the past few years, there is a potential new tariff that could continue to impact the U.S. cookware market.
Le Creuset is bringing Nectar and Artichaut to the table for 2020. The cookware will be showcased at The Inspired Home Show, set to take place from March 14 to 17 at Chicago’s McCormick Place.