Revolution Cooking has developed a talking video retail display for its High-Speed 2-Slice Smart Toaster, which debuted exclusively at Williams-Sonoma this past holiday season and is now available for general retail distribution.
DeLonghi America is introducing new coffee and espresso offerings to its fall product lineup with brewers that aim to elevate the at-home coffee experience.
Affirm, a payment alternative provider, has partnered with NutriBullet so that eligible shoppers can invest in kitchen appliances such as blenders and juicers while paying over time.
Anova, a subsidiary of Electrolux, has appointed Scott Heimendinger as chief marketing officer. Heimendinger will lead all product, consumer and content marketing, as well as advise on the direction and development of future products. He will report directly to Anova’s CEO and co-founder, Stephen Svajian.
Cuisinart has introduced the CompleteChef, an all-in-one food processor cooker designed to enhance the multifunctional, home cooking experience.
Uncanny Brands is adding new products to its licensed appliance line, featuring the Star Wars fan favorite the Child, from the hit Disney+ series, “The Mandalorian.”
Taking a new design approach, Keurig has launched its new platform, Brew the Love Collaborations, which celebrates some of the brand’s biggest fans through partnerships to design their own Keurig collection. For its first-ever collaboration, Keurig partnered with designer Jonathan Adler, on a limited edition, boldly designed K-Mini Brewer with matching mug and K-Cup pod canister.
Capresso has launched an online Iced Tea Sip & Save feature that shows how much consumers can save by conveniently brewing custom iced tea at home with its Iced Tea Maker versus buying it ready-made or at a café.
Electrolux has appointed Carsten Franke as its new evp/chief operations officer. Heading the group’s global operations function, he will be responsible for pursuing efficiencies of scale and digitalization throughout the value chain.
StoreBound, makers of the Dash kitchen electrics brand, has named Claybourne Elder as the brand’s new director of content and brand community.
Made by Gather has teamed its Crux kitchen electrics brand with Ghetto Gastro, a Bronx, NY-born culinary collective, to launch with Williams Sonoma an exclusive collaboration of boldly designed, premium small appliances positioned along a theme of advancing social justice through food.
Newell Brands has elected Jay Johnson, evp/chief financial officer and treasurer of Lamar Advertising Company, to the company’s board of directors, effective September 8. He will serve as a member of the audit committee.
Kalorik is celebrating 90 years of business and innovation this year. In honor of the milestone, Kalorik is releasing a limited edition, artist-designed air fryer which is now available for purchase.
Capital Brands, the company behind the NutriBullet and Magic Bullet brands, has launched the Magic Bullet Kitchen Express, an all-in-one mini food processor and blender. The new release extends the Magic Bullet brand into the food preparation segment.
In honor of Hunger Action Month, Newell Brands’ Crockpot has made a donation to Feeding America to help provide as many as 250,000 meals to those who need it most.