Bradshaw Home has expanded its category of kitchenware products with the new GoodCook Veggie Chopper and Hand-Held Spiralizer.
According to the company, the new GoodCook Veggie Chopper features a non-slip base, snap-on lid, cushioned press points and allows the consumer to easily clean food scraps while chopping. The reinforced stainless steel blades are spaced to suit most recipes, and the 4-cup vessel captures food and has an easy-pour opening to release the food. The GoodCook Veggie Chopper will be available for a SRP of $16.99 this fall.
The new GoodCook Hand-Held Spiralizer features three interchangeable blades—thin spiral, ribbon cut and thick spiral that are color-coded and interlock for convenient storage, explained the company. The transparent base allows the user to see and direct spiraling food into a bowl, while the spiked head helps to push the last bit of produce through the Spiralizer, leaving no waste behind. The Spiralizer also features a soft-touch grip and an hour glass body shape accommodating different sized hands to hold the product more securely when in use. The GoodCook Hand-Held Spiralizer will be available for a SRP of $14.99 this fall.
“Consumers continue to be interested in products that not only simplify cooking, but also make their prepared meals look as good as they taste,” said Tom Barber, senior vp, product development, Bradshaw Home. “Our new Veggie Chopper, for example, is safer and easier to use than a knife, and, in a single press, it chops foods in equal sized pieces making it ideal for chopped salads, soups or one-pot dishes. For safety and comfort, both the chopper and the spiralizer were designed with proprietary soft-touch handles, grips and press-points.”