The COVID-19 pandemic drove increased interest in the storage category as consumers focused activities and meals in the home, increasing the need for products that could help consumers keep their various pursuits organized and food fresh.
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The Spruce, a Dotdash media brand, has rolled out a new organization product line, The Spruce Organization Collection. Developed by The Spruce editorial team and iDesign in partnership with Lowe’s, the line of containers and bins was created for those looking for uncomplicated organization solutions to maximize use of space at home.
Trolley Bags has expanded its organization lineup with the Style Series of shopping cart organizers, featuring Trolley Bags Midi, a new size for the company.
As sales of soap, hand sanitizers and other personal disinfectants continues due to the coronavirus pandemic, iTouchless has launched a new hands-free soap dispenser ahead of schedule.
Joseph Joseph is casting a spotlight on its latest solutions to help consumers keep the kitchen clean and organized.
Neat Method, a home organizing company owned by Whitmor, is capitalizing on the success of its lifestyle service by introducing a retail line of home organizing products.
The new Hy-Genie No Touch Hand Tool from Mark Feldstein & Associates allows users to keep their hands safe from coming into direct contact with pathogens found on surfaces including those on store checkouts, ATMs, touch screens and gas pumps.
Casabella, a division of Bradshaw Home, is launching its new Infuse concentrated cleaning system.
Sterilite was thinking big as it prepared new storage and organization options, with the introduction of a range of larger-sized plastic storage sizes.
CleverMade has teamed with Drew Brees, the New Orleans Saints Quarterback and NFL’s all-time passing touchdown leader, to help put an end to the porch pirate epidemic with the new Parcel LockBox to provide reassurance that packages will arrive safely.
Honey-Can-Do International has named Amber VanDyke vp/business development.
The London Business School held its annual dinner and awards ceremony, The Real Innovation Awards, and Scrub Daddy received the Judge’s Choice for the Alexander Fleming Serendipity Award.