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JCPenney Serves Up First-Ever Product Line From Epicurious
JCPenney has launched its first-ever product line from Epicurious, debuting the cookware through 600 of its more than 1,000 stores this month. Through a unique collaboration with Condé Nast, this new line of Epicurious cookware is now also exclusively available on jcpenney.com.“We are thrilled that Epicurious chose JCPenney to launch its first-ever product line,” said Jan Hodges, senior vice president for home at JCPenney. “Home is an important part of our growth strategy, and partnering with Epicurious gives us the opportunity to connect our home store with millions of users who trust the experts at Epicurious.com for professionally tested recipes ...
NPD: Housewares and Appliances Sales Rise for Second Consecutive Year
Consumers spent more than $47 billion on small appliances, non-electric housewares products and home fashions in 2014, according to market research company The NPD Group.This nearly half-a-billion-dollar increase in spending, a 1 percent increase over 2013 home-product sales, continued the growth trajectory begun in 2013, when the industry grew by 4 percent. Sales of small kitchen appliances, bed, bath and home fashions products buoyed the industry in 2014, while most non-electric housewares continued to struggle.“Inspiration, innovation and simplification influenced consumers and product performance throughout the home in 2014,” said Debra Mednick, executive director and home industry analyst for NPD. “Following ...
Honey-Can-Do International Acquires Zevro
Honey-Can-Do International, provider of home storage and organization products, has acquired Zevro, a Skokie, Ill.-based provider of kitchenware products. Founded in 2003, Zevro’s line of products includes food dispensers, barware and vacuum-seal food storage containers. Many of its products include a portion control feature to promote health and weight management. “The entire Honey-Can-Do team is excited by this acquisition,” said Steve Greenspon, CEO of Honey-Can-Do. “Zevro has great product designs, and we will utilize their expertise in kitchen storage and dispensing. We look forward to continuing to grow and develop the product line.” Zevro products will be sold under the Zevro by Honey-Can-Do ...
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