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NY Now Names Best New Product Award Winners

Typhoon Homewares’ Typhoon Skandi Cast Iron Casserole has earned the “Best of Market” honor in the NY Now Tabletop + Gourmet Housewares Best New Product Awards.

Winners were recognized in four categories for housewares— cooking, dining, gourmet accessories and kitchen preparation. All five honorees from the award qualify to compete for NY Now’s Best of Home Award, to be determined by online balloting running from August 15 to 18.

“The slate of winners and finalists for the Tabletop + Gourmet Housewares Best New Product Awards represents exciting new advances in design and utility,” said Marc Delman, NY Now’s Tabletop + Gourmet Housewares sales manager. “This suite of exceptional products points to the incredible diversity in form and function showcased by NY Now exhibitors.”

Judges for the Tabletop + Gourmet Housewares Best New Product Awards were: Lisa Cowley and Stacey Goldberg of HomeWorld Business and Gourmet Insider; Sharon Franke of Good Housekeeping; Laurie O’Halloran of Home Style; Alison Zisko of HFN; Amy Stavis of Tableware Today; and Anna Wolfe of The Gourmet Retailer.

NY Now’s winners and finalists for the summer 2015 Tabletop + Gourmet Housewares Best New Product Awards are:

Best of Market: Typhoon Homewares for its Typhoon Skandi Cast Iron Casserole, a pre-seasoned cast iron casserole with porcelain lid.

Cookware: Zojirushi America Corporation for its Fresh Brew Plus thermal carafe coffee maker, model EC-YSC100. Finalists: Arbiter for its La Gabbianella chicken roaster; and Gien for its Sologne rectangular large baker.

Dining: Ippinka for its Grab Opener. Finalists: Picnic at Ascot for its Diamond picnic cooler for 4-wheeled; and Mepra S.p.A for its Due flatware rainbow finish.

Gourmet Accessories: AvoSeedo LLC for its AvoSeedo. Finalists: ADK Packworks for its floral market basket; and Rolser for its COM MF 8 shopping cart.

Kitchen Preparation: Coltellerie Berti for Match for its Nocciola knife. Finalists: Lifetime Brands for its Reo standing basting brush; and Ippinka for its Abeego food sheets.


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