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Global Ceramic Cookware Market | Competitive Analysis, Industry Dynamics, Growth Factors & Opportunities by 2025

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This Ceramic Cookware research helps to understand the competitive outlook of Ceramic Cookware market’s key players and leading brands. The Ceramic Cookware report provides the cost-effective data in the form charts, tables, graphs, and figures which helps to analyze the Ceramic Cookware market growth rate, Ceramic Cookware market share and trends. Furthermore, the Ceramic Cookware study provides the forecast of the Ceramic Cookware market for the next five years which assist Ceramic Cookware industry analyst in building and developing Ceramic Cookware business strategies. The report includes Ceramic Cookware market key vendors discussion based on the companies overview, Profiles, financial analysis, Ceramic Cookware market revenue, and Ceramic Cookware market opportunities by top geological regions.

Report Covers Ceramic Cookware Market Segment By Top Manufacturers are:

GreenLife Cookware, Staub, OneidaLimited, Bialetti, T-fal, Conair Corporation, Healthy Ledgend Cookware, SIRONI, Calphalon and Le Creuset

Ceramic Cookware Market Segmentation based on the Product Types are:

Pots, Pans, Other

Ceramic Cookware Market Segmentation based on the User Applications are:

Residential, Commercial

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North America: United States, Canada, and Mexico.
Central South America: Brazil and Argentina.
Middle East Africa: Saudi Arabia, and Turkey.
Europe: Germany, France, UK, Italy, Spain, and Russia.
Asia-Pacific: China, India, Japan, South Korea, Australia, Indonesia, and Singapore.

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TOC of Report Contains 15 Chapters which Explains Global Ceramic Cookware Market Briefly are:

Chapter 1. Industry Synopsis of Global Ceramic Cookware Market.
Chapter 2. Ceramic Cookware Market Size by Type and Application.
Chapter 3. Ceramic Cookware Market Company Manufacturers Overview and Profiles.
Chapter 4. Global Ceramic Cookware Market 2018 Analysis by key traders.
Chapter 5. Development Status and Outlook of Ceramic Cookware Market in the United States.
Chapter 6. Europe Ceramic Cookware Industry Report Development Status and Outlook.
Chapter 7. Japan Ceramic Cookware Industry Report Development Status and Outlook.
Chapter 8. China Ceramic Cookware Market Report Development Status and Outlook.
Chapter 9. India Ceramic Cookware Market Development Status and Outlook.
Chapter 10. Southeast Asia Ceramic Cookware Market Development Status and Outlook.
Chapter 11. Ceramic Cookware Market Forecast by Regions, Applications, and Types (2018-2023)
Chapter 12. Ceramic Cookware Market Dynamics.
Chapter 13. Ceramic Cookware Market Factors Analysis
Chapter 14. Research Findings and Conclusions of Ceramic Cookware Market.
Chapter 15. Appendix.

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Aldi’s new cast iron cookware is a budget-friendly Le Creuset dupe …

(Picture: Aldi)

You don’t have to be a cooking connoisseur to appreciate aesthetically pleasing cookware.

Fine kitchen equipment might cost a pretty penny but budget supermarket Aldi is giving the fanciest a run for their money.

Aldi’s new cast iron set rivals French manufacturer Le Creuset, so call around your friends for a dinner party and cook up a storm.

After all, you have something to celebrate – you’re saving around £600 (which is what you’d spend for a Le Creuset set) with the Aldi dupe.

Sometimes nice looking dishes make you want to cook (Picture: Aldi)

The kitchen savvier among us might know that cast iron is the creme de la creme of cookware.

Like Le Creuset pots, each item in the Aldi range is crafted from cast iron and suitable for use with all kinds of heat sources including gas, electric, induction hobs and even solid fuel cookers.

You can even put them in the oven with temperatures of 200 degrees Celsius.

Because of its durability and heat retention properties, which makes it popular among professionals, cast iron can be expensive.

This could be yours for £19.99(Picture: Aldi)

While Le Creuset offers one casserole pot for up to £199, the cheapest of which is £85, you could opt for budget-friendly alternatives.

Aldi’s latest range aims to offer budding chefs the chance to cook with the non-stick equipment. You can buy skillets, grill trays, frying pans, tagines, roasters, and a casserole dish which is available for £12.99.

The most you’ll have to fork out for the dupes – which includes a tagine pot – is £25.

The range is available to pre-order online from 16 September then in stores from 20 September.

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Best deals for Sept. 14: Save on Apple iPad, Fitbit, KitchenAid gear, Amazon Fire TV Cube, and Nintendo 2DS XL

With the weekend here (thank goodness), we rounded up the best deals from across the internet on computers and kitchenware. We also gathered amazing discounts on Amazon devices, Udemy online classes, and sales only found at Target.

Walmart has the Apple iPad Air 2 discounted to $379.99, which is nearly $250 off its list price. You can also save up to $50 on select Fitbit items, while you can save $200 on Dell’s 17.3-inch FHD gaming laptop, which is going for $699.00.

In the kitchen, there are a number of deals on KitchenAid gear, like KitchenAid Artisan Series Tilt-Head Stand Mixer, which is on sale for $209.99. This is $290 off its retail price. If you need accessories, KitchenAid’s Mixer Attachment Pack is going for $99.99, while KitchenAid’s Pizza Wheel is discounted for only $8.46.

Meanwhile, Amazon has deals on their own video streaming and home security devices. You can save $80 on Echo Look, while you can also save $50 on a Echo Show and Amazon Cloud Cam bundle. Prime members can save $40 on the Fire TV Cube, while members can also save $15 on the Fire TV Stick.

There are deals on great online classes from Udemy, such as Complete Python Bootcamp: Go from zero to hero in Python 3, which is priced at $11.99, along with Master Jenkins CI For DevOps and Developers, which is discounted to the same price. In addition, you can save on The Ultimate Guide to Game Development with Unity package, which is going for $11.99.

Over at Target, you can save $20 on the Nintendo 2DS XL, as well as save $10 on Skullcandy Uproar headphones. You can save up to 50% on over 1,000 clearance items from Target.

Here are the best deals from Amazon, Walmart, Udemy, and Target for Friday, Sept. 14:

Computers and accessories

Save $50 on select FitBit devices.

Image: fitbit

Kitchen gear

Deep discounts on KitchenAid gear.

Image: kitchenaid

Amazon devices on sale

Save $80 on the Echo Look.

Image: Amazon

Online classes on sale from Udemy

Learn to master the web.

Image: pexels

Deals from Target

Save on the new Nintendo 2DS XL.

Image: Nintendo


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SOLIDteknics USA Cooks with Crowdfunders, Raising more than $85000, for its new 12-inch, Lighter Iron Skillet on …

CHICAGO, Sept. 14, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — The new 12″ US-ION™ wrought iron skillet for SOLIDteknics USA, crafted from one solid piece of USA iron, has raised more than four-times its campaign goal on Kickstarter – with crowdfunders investing more than $85,000 so far as the campaign enters its final 10 days.

“Our mission is to replace synthetic and disposable cookware with a healthy, multi-century-durable, locally made, innovative new world-first breed of patented seamless cookware, and we’re excited chefs and cooks are so receptive to our new cookware on Kickstarter,” said SOLIDteknics Founder Mark Henry.

SOLIDteknics wrought cookware is the first to come with a multi-century warranty, since the tough wrought iron will never crack like cast iron – and there are no rivets or joints to fail over time. The revolutionary cookware is created with a wrought process that involves working a flat sheet of iron into a complete pan in a proprietary new three-stage process – eliminating all rivets, welds and screws typically used in traditional pans with joined handles.

US-ION™ skillets are not only half the weight of regular cast skillets, being wrought iron means the skillets also feature all the same healthy seasoning and cooking benefits as cast iron – and without the arm strain.

SOLIDteknics’ wrought iron skillets offer many benefits over other pans when cooking:

  • Stainless steel is light, but too sticky for most types of frying.
  • Enamel cast iron really sticks when it’s worn, and it’s heavy.
  • Popular bare cast iron skillets cook great, and the natural seasoned nonstick you build yourself is non-toxic, but the pans are still heavy. Recent machined lighter cast iron pans are still relatively heavy, and susceptible to cracking.
  • French carbon steel pans are lighter, but come with rivets, and rivets mean gunk and eventually wobbly handles.
  • Ceramic coatings last about a year, then it’s another pan in the landfill.

Also, any skillets with screws get jiggly – and cheap, carbon-steel woks inevitably fall apart.

To eliminate that problem, Henry and the SOLIDteknics team developed a three-step method of forming a wrought pan from a single iron sheet, patented the method and started manufacturing AUS-ION skillets in Australia three years ago. The cookware quickly became popular with top chefs and home cooks and, with so much interest from American cooks, the company found a way to make the same pans in Chicago – using the same specification of iron used in Australia with the same patented method.

“We’ve all seen the big movement away from synthetic nonstick pans in recent years, due to health concerns and disposability of their coatings, but the alternatives have always meant some compromise…until we introduced SOLIDteknics,” he said.

The current campaign for a larger US-ION Skillet follows SOLIDteknics previous successful Kickstarter campaigns for its 7.5″ and 10″ US-ION™ skillets, which raised more than $311,000 from crowdfunders.

For more information and to pre-order the skillet at an early-bird discount during crowdfunding, visit the 12-inch SOLIDteknics US-ION Campaign Page on Kickstarter. Limited ‘First Edition’ engraved US-ION™ 12″ Skillets are still available for $89 and ‘Try Me’ 7.5″ Skillets are $59 – significantly less than the recommended retail prices.

 

SOURCE SOLIDteknics

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This is the cookware Marks and Spencer says we should all be choosing

Who doesn’t love cast iron cookware? Cast iron dishes, along with copper pans, have dominated kitchen departments in all major retailers for years. But now, Marks Spencer says we should try an alternative, and recommends we switch to its new Chef Colour collection of cast aluminium cookware.

For cast iron fans: New in – the Aldi cast iron cookware range that’s set to rival Le Creuset

‘We’ve replaced the cast iron with cast aluminium, which is very light.’ explains Lee Harper, Technologist for MS Chef. ‘Our cast aluminium dishes are completely ovenproof and you still get good heat retention. They have basting nodules so the steam drops back into the food. And they have the classic look of the casserole dish that people love.’

The chic new high-performing casserole dishes are sure to be a key ingredient for any keen cook as we enter casserole season!

New MS cast aluminium cookware

The MS Chef range is designed and developed using the knowledge and skilled expertise of in-house chefs and technologists. The hero cast aluminium casserole dish and roasters are available in a small, medium and large, to cater for all your cooking needs.

 

These stylish dishes are ideal for serving directly from the oven, straight to the table top. Available in an array of delicious colours including Red, Orange, Ivory and Pistachio – choosing a colour might prove tricky?!

Buy now: Cast Aluminium Casserole Dishes, £45 each, Marks Spencer

Explaining the cons of cast iron, Lee says, ‘a lot of casserole dishes are cast iron, which is one of the heaviest materials in the kitchen. That’s even before you fill it with hot liquids! They can be hard to clean as well, so not always practical for today’s cook.’

What else is new? Serve in style! Introducing gorgeous new Morrisons cookware and tableware

Will you continue cooking with cast iron, or opt for alternative aluminium for your kitchen?

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Aldi’s new cast iron cookware is a budget-friendly Le Creuset dupe

(Picture: Aldi)

You don’t have to be a cooking connoisseur to appreciate aesthetically pleasing cookware.

Fine kitchen equipment might cost a pretty penny but budget supermarket Aldi is giving the fanciest a run for their money.

Aldi’s new cast iron set rivals French manufacturer Le Creuset, so call around your friends for a dinner party and cook up a storm.

After all, you have something to celebrate – you’re saving around £600 (which is what you’d spend for a Le Creuset set) with the Aldi dupe.

Sometimes nice looking dishes make you want to cook (Picture: Aldi)

The kitchen savvier among us might know that cast iron is the creme de la creme of cookware.

Like Le Creuset pots, each item in the Aldi range is crafted from cast iron and suitable for use with all kinds of heat sources including gas, electric, induction hobs and even solid fuel cookers.

You can even put them in the oven with temperatures of 200 degrees Celsius.

Because of its durability and heat retention properties, which makes it popular among professionals, cast iron can be expensive.

This could be yours for £19.99(Picture: Aldi)

While Le Creuset offers one casserole pot for up to £199, the cheapest of which is £85, you could opt for budget-friendly alternatives.

Aldi’s latest range aims to offer budding chefs the chance to cook with the non-stick equipment. You can buy skillets, grill trays, frying pans, tagines, roasters, and a casserole dish which is available for £12.99.

The most you’ll have to fork out for the dupes – which includes a tagine pot – is £25.

The range is available to pre-order online from 16 September then in stores from 20 September.

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‘Watts for Dinner’: Lely Skillets lives up to established brand

I love breakfast at any time of the day. And on this day, I had it for lunch.

Visiting Skillets at the Stock Plaza in Lely, I went straight for the good stuff: two eggs scrambled with cheese, an order of bacon and two wheat cakes.

When it comes to scrambled eggs, they only come three ways: over cooked, under cooked or just right. When you add cheese to the mix, it narrows it to two options: overcooked or just right – as it’s hard to tell the under-cooked egg from the cheese. These eggs looked just right and had an amazing taste; just what you’d hope for.

But the bacon stole the show. You see, I don’t like it crunchy crisp. I also don’t like it squealing – fatty and under cooked. Amazingly, the bacon was also just right. Both slices! An amazing achievement. It was lean, large and evenly cooked; well done, but still nice and soft. Skillets: I heart your bacon.

Waffles are great! Pancakes are amazing. But wheat cakes, oh my! They not only sound healthier, but the added flavor is a tremendous benefit. Just like an omelet, you can add ingredients: the most popular being the combination of bananas and pecans.

I regret not choosing those two additions. Instead, I went with blueberries and almonds. Don’t get me wrong, the blueberries were incredible and added a whole new level. The almonds were a texture issue for me, unavoidable by the chefs and acceptable to most. For me, they just interrupted an otherwise perfect dish.      

My partner in dine had the pecan encrusted French toast, two scramble eggs, and sausage and bacon. He prefers sausage patties, but links are acceptable. We’ve covered the eggs and bacon already, so on to the French toast. It was a thing of beauty to behold and a massive amount of food that he was unable to finish.

Skillets has many locations throughout Collier County. Below is the contact information for the one we visited.

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If you go

  • Skillets
  • Stock Plaza, 7711 Collier Boulevard, Naples
  • www.skilletsrestaurants.com (for other locations) 
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