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Global Stainless Steel Cookware Market Research Report 2018

Summary

The Global Stainless Steel Cookware Industry 2018 Market Research Report is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the Stainless Steel Cookware industry.

Firstly, the report provides a basic overview of the industry including definitions, classifications, applications and industry chain structure. The Stainless Steel Cookware market analysis is provided for the international market including development history, competitive landscape analysis, and major regions’ development status.s

Secondly, development policies and plans are discussed as well as manufacturing processes and cost structures. This report also states import/export, supply and consumption figures as well as cost, price, revenue and gross margin by regions (United States, EU, China and Japan), and other regions can be added.

Then, the report focuses on global major leading industry players with information such as company profiles, product picture and specification, capacity, production, price, cost, revenue and contact information. Upstream raw materials, equipment and downstream consumers analysis is also carried out. What’s more, the Stainless Steel Cookware industry development trends and marketing channels are analyzed.

Finally, the feasibility of new investment projects is assessed, and overall research conclusions are offered.

This report studies the global Stainless Steel Cookware market status and forecast, categorizes the global Stainless Steel Cookware market size (value volume) by key players, type, application, and region. This report focuses on the top players in North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, South America, and Middle East Africa.

 

Stainless steel cookware is the stainless steel defined, stainless steel bar stamping cookware. Stainless steel cookware products such as: stainless steel pot, stainless steel high-speed energy-saving kitchen pots and miscellaneous stainless steel products.

Depending on high performance and affordable price, stainless steel cookware is wildly used in diary life. Leaning on abundant raw material resource and cheap labor cost, China is a leading production region. Also, it is an important OEM region globally.

Stainless steel cookware consumption region is related to people’s eating habits. Regionally, it is mainly consumed in Europe, North America and Asia. In 2017, Europe consumed about 61658 K Units, with a consumption share of 34.91%. Asia consumed 41.82% of global total consumption.

In the future, global consumption will continue to increase. By 2024, global consumption will be 264 Million Units, while sales revenue will be 9.725 billion USD. Also, Asia has great potential in cookware industry.

The global Stainless Steel Cookware market is valued at 6280 million US$ in 2017 and will reach 9780 million US$ by the end of 2025, growing at a CAGR of 5.7% during 2018-2025.

 

The major manufacturers covered in this report

SEB

ZWILLING

Fissler

WMF

Newell

Cuisinart

Vinod

MEYER

ASD

Linkfair

Guanhua

Anotech

Homichef

De Buyer

Gers Equipement

Giza

Saften Metal San

OMS

Le Creuset

KUHN RIKON

Nuova H.S.S.C.

 

Geographically, this report studies the key regions, focuses on product sales, value, market share and growth opportunity in these regions, covering

North America

Europe

China

Japan

Southeast Asia

India

 

We can also provide the customized separate regional or country-level reports, for the following regions:

North America

United States

Canada

Mexico

Asia-Pacific

China

India

Japan

South Korea

Australia

Indonesia

Singapore

Rest of Asia-Pacific

Europe

Germany

France

UK

Italy

Spain

Russia

Rest of Europe

Central South America

Brazil

Argentina

Rest of South America

Middle East Africa

Saudi Arabia

Turkey

Rest of Middle East Africa

 

On the basis of product, this report displays the production, revenue, price, market share and growth rate of each type, primarily split into

Pots

Pans

Other

On the basis of the end users/applications, this report focuses on the status and outlook for major applications/end users, consumption (sales), market share and growth rate for each application, including

Domestic Use

Commercial Use

 

The study objectives of this report are:

To analyze and study the global Stainless Steel Cookware sales, value, status (2013-2017) and forecast (2018-2025).

Focuses on the key Stainless Steel Cookware manufacturers, to study the sales, value, market share and development plans in future.

Focuses on the global key manufacturers, to define, describe and analyze the market competition landscape, SWOT analysis.

To define, describe and forecast the market by type, application and region.

To analyze the global and key regions market potential and advantage, opportunity and challenge, restraints and risks.

To identify significant trends and factors driving or inhibiting the market growth.

To analyze the opportunities in the market for stakeholders by identifying the high growth segments.

To strategically analyze each submarket with respect to individual growth trend and their contribution to the market

To analyze competitive developments such as expansions, agreements, new product launches, and acquisitions in the market

To strategically profile the key players and comprehensively analyze their growth strategies.

 

In this study, the years considered to estimate the market size of Stainless Steel Cookware are as follows:

History Year: 2013-2017

Base Year: 2017

Estimated Year: 2018

Forecast Year 2018 to 2025

 

For the data information by region, company, type and application, 2017 is considered as the base year. Whenever data information was unavailable for the base year, the prior year has been considered.

 

Key Stakeholders

Stainless Steel Cookware Manufacturers

Stainless Steel Cookware Distributors/Traders/Wholesalers

Stainless Steel Cookware Subcomponent Manufacturers

Industry Association

Downstream Vendors

 

Available Customizations

With the given market data, QYResearch offers customizations according to the company’s specific needs. The following customization options are available for the report:

Regional and country-level analysis of the Stainless Steel Cookware market, by end-use.

Detailed analysis and profiles of additional market players.

 

 

 

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Table of Contents

1 Stainless Steel Cookware Market Overview

2 Global Stainless Steel Cookware Market Competition by Manufacturers

3 Global Stainless Steel Cookware Capacity, Production, Revenue (Value) by Region (2013-2018)

4 Global Stainless Steel Cookware Supply (Production), Consumption, Export, Import by Region (2013-2018)

5 Global Stainless Steel Cookware Production, Revenue (Value), Price Trend by Type

6 Global Stainless Steel Cookware Market Analysis by Application

7 Global Stainless Steel Cookware Manufacturers Profiles/Analysis

8 Stainless Steel Cookware Manufacturing Cost Analysis

9 Industrial Chain, Sourcing Strategy and Downstream Buyers

10 Marketing Strategy Analysis, Distributors/Traders

11 Market Effect Factors Analysis

12 Global Stainless Steel Cookware Market Forecast (2018-2025)

13 Research Findings and Conclusion

14 Appendix

 

Related Reports:

US Stainless Steel Cookware Market Report 2018

Europe Stainless Steel Cookware Market Report 2018

India Stainless Steel Cookware Market Report 2018

China Stainless Steel Cookware Market Report 2018

Korea Stainless Steel Cookware Market Report 2018

Japan Stainless Steel Cookware Market Report 2018

 

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Germany/Korea/Australia/Brazil/Russia/India/Indonesia/ Malaysia/Saudi Arabia/Middle East/Europe/Asia/Asia-Pacific/Southeast Asia/North America/ Latin America/South America/AMER/EMEA/Africa etc Countries/Regions and Sales/Industry Versions Respectively

 

 

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Oneida’s Innovative Plate Envy Tool Disrupts Tabletop Industry

New 3D Tool Plate Envy™ is a Breakthrough, Simplified Way to Turn a Restaurateur’s Vision into Reality


Oneida, a leader in the tabletop industry and foodservice market, continues to bring world-class innovation with a new digital tabletop design and sampling experience that truly is the first of its kind to hit the foodservice industry.

Plate Envy will forever change how operators design the dining experience, allowing operators to quickly and seamlessly set their vision on the table with a 3D visualizer.

On the heels of its own Hospitality Summit, Disrupt or Be Disrupted, the Company is using NRA2018 to unveil its new technology and industry disruptor; poised to forever transform the way operators do business – with ease and simplicity.

“We’ve talked to a lot of operators, and we understand how much blood, sweat, and tears go into the unique guest experiences they’re creating,” says Jeff Jarrett, CMO of The Oneida Group. “Operators told us they need an easier, more updated, digital way to find products that match their vision. So, we put a lot of research and time into creating a quick, easy way to get that vision out of their heads and onto their tables.”

Until now, operators were forced to spend countless grueling hours scouring tabletop catalogs for just the right pieces to bring their unique and specific vision to life. Plate Envy from Oneida allows operators to skip the antiquated hunting process, bringing their tabletop vision to life in three easy steps: Discover. Visualize. Sample. It starts with a few questions to discover your vision, moves to a 3D visualizer for you to see it on the table, and ends with an easy sample order so you can get your new tabletop onto the tables in your restaurant.

Oneida knows how crucial the tabletop is to complete the one-of-a-kind dining experience that will keep guests coming back. “Unifying your dining concept with the tabletop design helps to define the guest’s experience to create a lasting memory,” says Paul Gebhardt, SVP of Design Creative Director of The Oneida Group. “The meal is a true multi-sensory experience, and we want to leverage tabletop design to help the visual, tactile and emotional elements of the meal combine to create a truly enviable tabletop.”

“We created Plate Envy to recommend dinnerware, glassware, and flatware combinations tailored to each operator’s unique vision,” Oneida’s Jarrett says. “As a leading manufacturer, innovation is front and center for us. We’re really excited about this new way to partner with operators in driving successful, memorable guest experiences.”

How Plate Envy Works

The tool works by walking users through a three-step process.

1. It starts by asking a handful of questions to discover your restaurant’s style, setting, and cuisine.

2. The tool responds with recommended place settings to match your restaurant’s aesthetic and your personal vision. Place settings come to life in 3D on a virtual table, so you can visualize and swap dinnerware, flatware, and glassware to see how various combinations look together. Unlike flat photography, the 3D imagery puts contours in perspective, so you can tell how deep a soup bowl is or whether the lip of a dinner plate flares the way you want it to.

3. That makes it easier to narrow down your top choices, so you can request physical samples to try out—and have a high degree of confidence those products are likely to meet your needs.


About The Oneida Group: Driven by devotion to design, The Oneida Group (formerly EveryWare Global) is recognized for providing quality tabletop and kitchen solutions through its consumer, foodservice, and specialty channels. The company’s global platform allows it to market and distribute internationally its total portfolio of products including bakeware, beverageware, serveware, storageware, flatware, dinnerware, crystal, buffetware and hollowware; premium spirit bottles; cookware; gadgets; candle and floral glass containers; and other kitchen products, all under a broad collection of widely-recognized brands, including Oneida, Anchor Hocking, Sant’Andrea, Buffalo, Delco, Fire-King, Noritake and Buffet Euro. Anchor Hocking, LLC and Oneida Ltd. are subsidiaries of The Oneida Group. Additional information can be found at www.theoneidagroup.com, www.anchorhocking.com, www.anchorhockingbottles.com, www.oneida.com, and www.foodservice.oneida.com.

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Now’s your chance to get All-Clad cookware at an incredible price

— Our editors review and recommend products to help you buy the stuff you need. If you make a purchase by clicking one of our links, we may earn a small share of the revenue. However, our picks and opinions are independent from USA TODAY’s newsroom and any business incentives.

Editor’s note: All-Clad has extended the VIP Factory Seconds Sale. You now have until Sunday, June 24 at 11:59 p.m. EST to shop.

All-Clad is one of the brands that, when they hold a sale, people lose their minds. While we found other cookware brands that perform better, there’s no doubt that All-Clad is one of the best money can buy.

However, that reliability often comes with a hefty price tag. But thankfully, All-Clad runs a handful of Factory Seconds VIP Sales every year, in which you can find steep discounts that make it much easier to upgrade your cookware. You’ll need to use the code ACJVIP18 to access the second sale of the year and start shopping. This sale runs through midnight (EST) on Wednesday, June 20, so don’t forget to take a peek.

The discounts you’ll find in these sales, which only happen a few times a year, are always impressive. We’re particularly into this 9-inch stainless/nonstick frying pan, which is only $50 right now compared to the full price of $115. There are lots of pots and pans available for similar discounts. And if you’re in the market for prep accessories like mixing bowls and kitchen shears, All-Clad’s got you covered too.

But wait! What does “factory seconds” mean? Basically, these are the products that couldn’t be sold at full price due to minor imperfections like surface scratches and dents. If you want your new cookware to look flawless, this might not be the sale for you. But pots, pans, and the like will get these kinds of marks through normal use anyway, so if you can look past the surface, you can score some amazing deals on new high-end cookware.

Use the code ACJVIP187 to access the All-Clad Factory Seconds VIP Sale

Prices are accurate at the time of publication, but may change over time.

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Kenmore’s New Stand Mixer Might Whip the KitchenAid Classic

If you find yourself mixing up nigiri and sashimi at sushi restaurants or don’t know which fruits are in season, then this is the book for you. Food Drink Infographics, published by TASCHEN, is a colorful and comprehensive guide to all things food and drink.

The book combines tips and tricks with historical context about the ways in which different civilizations illustrated and documented the foods they ate, as well as how humans went from hunter-gatherers to modern-day epicureans. As for the infographics, there’s a helpful graphic explaining the number of servings provided by different cake sizes, a heat index of various chilies, a chart of cheeses, and a guide to Italian cold cuts, among other delectable charts.

The 480-page coffee table book, which can be purchased on Amazon for $56, is written in three languages: English, French, and German. The infographics themselves come from various sources, and the text is provided by Simone Klabin, a New York City-based writer and lecturer on film, art, culture, and children’s media.

Keep scrolling to see a few of the infographics featured in the book.

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Strawberry Fields Pancake House Puts Family, Community, and Comfort Food Back into Sunday Brunch

Over the last few years, the popularity of brunch has exploded into an Internet bonanza. The meal has become less about eating and more about posing for photos meant to go straight to social media feeds. So, Strawberry Fields Pancake House has gone back to the brunching basics: companionship and a good meal bridging breakfast and lunch. On any given Saturday, the cozy restaurant is filled with families and friends chatting over coffee and comfort food.

The plates arrive full, but the prices come slim. Unlike trendy boutique spots that cater to Instagram filters, Strawberry Fields Pancake House offers satisfying and affordable meals that cater to everyone. The family-owned restaurant serves breakfast all day— a stroke of luck for those late risers that crave bacon and eggs past noon.

As its title suggests, Strawberry Fields Pancake House whips up a mean pancake; “flavor-bursting” toppings include everything from sweet treats like chocolate chips to tart fruit like peaches and cinnamon apples. The Strawberry Field French Toast is an instant classic: delicious French toast filled with sweetened cream cheese and topped with fresh strawberries and whipped cream.

Georgia Les, a manager at Strawberry Fields, said that while the breakfast items are hugely popular, the lunch menu also delivers.

“You really can’t go wrong with any of the sandwiches or salads here,” Les said. “But you can never go wrong with breakfast food, either!”

Strawberry Fields Pancake House is known for catering to everyone’s taste; Mom can get the Ruby Reuben, while Dad can order the Meat Lover’s Skillet. Variety is the key to the extensive menu. Breakfast covers all grounds, from the delicious waffles, blintzes, and crepes to the savory omelets, skillets, and frittatas. Lunch promises a full belly with burgers, wraps, fresh salads, and soups. The section on the menu called “A Little Touch of Greece” even offers kabobs.

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Greenville celebrates Annie Oakley with a bang, bang: Ohio’s Tiny …

GREENVILLE, Ohio – Annie Oakley’s statue looks over the southwestern Ohio working class town she called home more than a century ago and today where teen-aged girls compete in sharpshooting contests in a festival that has been held for 55 years.

The Annie Oakley Festival is just one of two festivals on the weekend of July 27 through 29 to honor the town’s legacy. The other is the more sedate Gathering at the Garst, on the grounds of Darke County’s Garst Museum on North Broadway, which focuses on the history of Greenville and its role in opening up the American Midwest for settlement. 

Jesse Peters demonstrates his shooting skill while on horseback. He will be one of dozens of riders that will participate in events at the Annie Oakley Festival. (Courtesy Jesse Peters) 

And while the festivals draw tens of thousands of visitors every year, those who come also discover beautiful parks, a museum of Ohio history and a tiny restaurant that makes a unique sandwich.

The Oakley festival begins July 24 with practice for the Miss Annie Oakley shooting competition. Young women, ages 14 to 19, dress in costumes of the day and compete for the title of Miss Annie Oakley, shooting BB rifles at balloons. 

Ira McDaniel, 17, the reigning Miss Annie Oakley for a few more weeks until the next sharpshooter is selected. (Courtesy Annie Oakley Festival) 

This year, after a parade down Broadway, an historical marker will be placed at the house at 225 E. Third St., where Annie Oakley was visiting when she died of “pernicious anemia.” Historians believe she actually died of lead poisoning from a lifetime of handling ammunition in hundreds of skill shooting performances.

July 28 and 29, there will be free bus trips to Annie Oakley’s birthplace, childhood home and her grave, located a few miles outside the city, and other important Annie Oakley sites. 

Gathering at the Garst

The Gathering at the Garst focuses more on Greenville’s history, including reenactments of the signing of the “Treaty of Greene Ville” in 1795 by General “Mad” Anthony Way and the leaders of 12 Native American tribes.

Later, Fort Green Ville closed and gave way to the modern community. The land that once housed the fort is now downtown Greenville.

The treaty assured the Native Americans their own land and assured settlers that it was safe to settle the Midwest. But the museum also has a display that shows how that treaty and others were later broken by the American government.

Eileen Litchfield, president of the Annie Oakley Foundation, said officials have discussed combining the two festivals. 

But, she said: “We offer very different events at each festival.They are not really in competition.”

A quiet town

Greenville Police Lt. Eric Roberts said the city is relatively quiet. There has not been a homicide there for eight years.

In 2016, there were 12,836 residents in the city that measures 6.6 square miles.  The population is mostly white with a small number of African-American residents, some whose ancestors fought in the Civil War and were given land grants for their service. There are also few Amish families in and around the city.

Located near Dayton and 239 miles south of Cleveland, Greenville is a peaceful town with a thriving Main Street and a love of its local sports teams, which does not prevent people from joking about them.

“If there is ever a tornado warning here people rush to the high school football field,” deadpanned Roberts. “There hasn’t been a touchdown there in years.” 

Annie Oakley, favorite daughter

Annie Oakley was born in Darke County, just outside of town, and died while visiting relatives in Greenville, the city she called home.

Before her death in 1926, Oakley traveled the world as part of Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show with her husband and fellow sharpshooter, Frank Butler. She met kings and queens and royalty of many nations, but she never forgot Greenville, and the city has never forgotten her.

Annie only stood five feet tall, but her memory casts a giant shadow to this day. Her statue, with rifle in hand, welcomes visitors and her presence is nearly everywhere.

In 1860 she was born Phoebe Ann Moses, or Mosey depending on which relative or expert you talk to. Her grave in the Burke Cemetery north of town attracts thousands of visitors each year. Her husband, who died just weeks after his wife, is buried beside her.

Oakley has an entire wing of the Garst Museum full of memorabilia including a kinetoscope created in 1894 of her shooting demonstration created by by fellow Ohioan Thomas Edison. It was the second kinetoscope, the forerunner of the motion picture, ever created. Admission to the museum is free.

Bear’s Mill

Another thing to see in the area is Bear’s Mill, a working, water-powered, grist mill that was built in 1849 at 6450 Arcanum Bears Mill Road in Greenville Township, just east of downtown. Annie Oakley’s father, Jacob, died in 1866 while trying to make it back home from getting winter supplies at the mill. Today, the mill features demonstrations, an art gallery and presentations by people wearing traditional garb.

Quick draw artist

Everyone in Greenville knows that no one is faster on the draw than Harry Ballengee, even at the age of 82.

Ballengee is a quick draw artist who will demonstrate his skill as he competes with other fast guns from around the country at the Annie Oakley Festival.

How fast is he?

“I’ve been clocked at one-third of second,” he said. “I’m fast, but not the fastest. There is a guy who pulls at one-fourth of a second. I’ve won my share of competitions though. There will be about 20 of us at the festival, we’re always competing against one another.”

He shoots a modified Ruger .357 Blackhawk that fires wax bullets.

Ballengee grew up watching westerns on television — “Gunsmoke,” “Hopalong Cassidy” — he draws like they did, western style. 

“We have to hit a target of course, and are penalized if we miss it no matter how fast we draw,” he said. “We have a measuring device that records the speed of our draw to the thousandth of a second.”

Ballengee has been shooting professionally for 45 years, more than half his life, and he’s good at it.

He said he has no desire to shoot anyone, but he feels like he was born more than a century too late.

“I think I would have enjoyed life way back then,” he mused. “But I would really miss electricity.”

KitchenAid sale

KitchenAid is a major force in the city. With 1,300 workers, the factory east of downtown is the city’s biggest employer. During festival weekend, downtown turns into a giant sidewalk sale, with the KitchenAid Appliance store leading the way.

People line up the day before outside the store, the only KitchenAid store in the world, for gifts, prizes and heavy discounts. They can also see the KitchenAid museum in the basement. It includes the first mixer ever sold by KitchenAid (then Hobart) in 1924. They expect more than 30,000 shoppers over the weekend.

Maid-Rite, a unique treat

Don’t let the thousands of pieces of chewed gum on the side of the  Maid-Rite Sandwich Shop throw you off.

The restaurant, 125 N. Broadway, which opened in 1934, serves a unique sandwich. It is made of finely ground beef from locally produced beef and is prepared with a carefully guarded recipe of herbs. It is served with pickles, mustard and cheese for $2.05. Add ham for a Big Jim.

The menu does not go much beyond that. The only other sandwiches offered are a ham and cheese, chicken salad and egg salad sandwiches.

Not that they need much else. The sandwich is so popular that the restaurant is almost always full and there is a line of cars at the drive-thru window.

“I’ve been coming here since I was a little kid,” said Cheryl Clouse, 70, of Ansonia. “We didn’t have much money, but my dad would stop here and buy all four of the kids Maid-Rites, he could afford that.”

And the gum on the wall? 

Part-owner Steve Canter said no one is quite sure why or how it started.

“We know it started in the early forties, after that people just kept on doing it,” he said. “I scrape it off now and then, no one seems to notice.”

If You Go:

The Annie Oakley and the Gathering at the Garst festivals take place July 27, 28 and 29 in Greenville, located 33 miles north of Dayton. Both are free.

The Annie Oakley Festival is at the at the Darke County Fairgrounds. The Gathering at the Garst is at the Garst Museum in downtown Greenville.

The Oakley festival will feature horse riding, shooting contests, bullwhip demonstrations and numerous food and souvenir vendors.

The Garst festival will have historic reenactments and Native Americans demonstrating their ancient and modern foods, music and culture. It will have an art exhibit and contest and also feature live bands.

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