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Clinton-based grill manufacturer expands product line





CLINTON — Kenyon International, which has made a name for itself manufacturing specialty electric grills and cooktops, now is branching out into high end cookware.

The company, located on Heritage Park Road, has launched a line of metal cookware under the brand name StacKEN. The product line includes skillets, woks and stockpots with prices ranging from $249 to $325.


The cookware products are engineered from multiple layers of American-made metals, beginning with a bonded core of aluminum and ending with an exterior layer of stainless steel. Traditional cookware allows moisture to escape out of the pan, according to company officials, but the StacKEN pots and pans seal in moisture, flavor and nutrients.

This enables meals to be made without having to add water, butter, oil or cooking fat.


“StacKEN offers a simple solution for making meals healthier and tastier than ever before,” Phil Williams, president of Kenyon International, said in a statement.

The product line can be purchase on the company’s web site.

Kenyon raised its profile earlier this year when it entered into a partnership with the Boston Red Sox. Kenyon became the official grill of the Red Sox. A small section in one of the upper levels of Fenway Park became know as Kenyon First Base Grill Deck.

The 4,267-square-foot event space within the park has panoramic views of Boston’s skyline and allows Red Sox fans to see one of Kenyon’s portable electric grills in action.

Kenyon got its start in 1931 as manufactuer of aviation and marine instruments. Today, the company is the largest North American manufacturer of two-burner ceramic glass cooktops and high-quality stainless steel electric grills.

The company currently employes 49 people, having added nine new workers over the past year.


luther.turmelle@hearstmediact.com


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