Chicago Metallic™ Pioneers New Trends In Marshmallow And Pie Creations
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At the Forefront of the Latest in Baking, Experts Introduce New Products at the International Home + Housewares Show
LINCOLNSHIRE, Ill., March 1, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --Chicago Metallic™ (www.ChicagoMetallicBakeware.com), home of The Baking Experts™, announces the introduction of its Marshmallow and PieCollections to its line of specialty bakeware and kitchen essentials. Continuing to bring professional and serious home bakers innovative tools that expand their capabilities in the baking category, the new products will debut at the International Home + Housewares Show at Booth S610, along with new design innovations for an array of additional Chicago Metallic tools.
Designed in the style of a local bakery shop with cafe seating, counters and treat jars, Chicago Metallic's "Treat Boutique" at the International Home + Housewares Show will offer visitors a look into the products at the forefront of the latest trends in baking. A Pastry Chef from Chicago Metallic's Test Kitchen will be on hand conducting demonstrations throughout the day.
Chicago Metallic's Marshmallow Collection brings fun and versatility to the newest bakery trend with tools that add ease and excitement to the kitchen including Collapsible Pans, Perforated Cutting Wheel, Crush & Coat Set and more. Pastry Chef Megan Branagh will conduct demos throughout the day on how to cut, coat, paint and stamp marshmallows, showcasing the broad capabilities of the product category.
Tools and gadgets showcased in Chicago Metallic's pie category will include the Pie Bowl Set with Pastry Cutter, Pastry Tri-Cutter, Pie Weight and Pie Crust Protector. Beyond offering product solutions to common tasks and challenges, Chicago Metallic's Pie Collection brings consumers unique new ways to integrate pie into everyday entertaining and baking.
"We are extremely excited about the addition of these game-changing product lines to our extensive selection of bakeware offerings," said Shelley Potaniec, Product Manager for Chicago Metallic. "Aligned with our mission of crafting innovative tools that bring fun to the kitchen, Chicago Metallic's new Marshmallow and Pie Collections offer professional and serious home bakers the tools they need to make unique treats based on traditional bakery favorites."
As part of Focus Products Group International (FPGI)'s extensive line-up at the International Home + Housewares Show, Chicago Metallic will join Amco Houseworks, another brand under the FPGI family, at booth S610, where Amco will introduce its Serrated Ice Cream Scoop and an array of stylishly designed kitchen tools. Additionally, FPGI will showcase the West Bend brand at a second booth L117200.
About Chicago Metallic™: Chicago Metallic believes that serious baking requires serious bakeware. That's why the company has been crafting innovative equipment for professional and serious home bakers for over 100 years – building a global reputation, one kitchen at time! People know Chicago Metallic products are built for durability and are to be depended on year after year. The Chicago Metallic collection includes three distinct lines of premium bakeware – Commercial II, Chicago Metallic and Betterbake – plus stylish, innovative specialty bakeware and baking essentials! Chicago Metallic™ is managed by Focus Products Group International, LLC. Sister brands include West Bend and Amco Houseworks.
About Focus Products Group International, LLC Focus Housewares Group, a division of Focus Products Group International, LLC, is a leader in providing high quality culinary products for the gourmet to everyday cook and baker. The company specializes in the design and marketing of functionally superior housewares, bakeware, bathroom accessories, storage systems, and counter top kitchen appliances that can be found in premium, national, and specialty retailers around the country. Its operations serve the hospitality, food service, and consumer markets. The company is comprised of the following subsidiary brands: Amco Houseworks, Chicago Metallic and Swing-A-Way. www.focuspg.com
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