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Looking for the Kitchenware Retailer of the Year

 

Looking for the Kitchenware Retailer of the Year

POSTED BY administrator on Jun 24 under Kitchenware

Looking for the Kitchenware Retailer of the Year
News from Gourmet Retailer:

A first-hand look at who, what, when, where & why

Every year we search high and low for the outstanding independent kitchenware retailer of the year.

The Gourmet Retailer is now accepting nominations through Sept. 5 for gia 2014-2015, the prestigious award honoring housewares merchandising excellence at the retail level.

Emphasizing overall excellence, gia honors both specialty and multiple-location retailers for superior innovation and creativity in housewares merchandising.

Karen and Dave West, owners of Rolling Pin Kitchen Emporium, was named Outstanding Kitchenware Retailer of the Year by TGR and received the U.S. gia award for independent housewares retailing for 2013-2014.

Recent winners include Rolling Pin Kitchen Emporium (2013-2014) and Cooks of Crocus Hill (2012-2013), which also received one of the five global gia awards.

This international competition will include participants from the United States and countries throughout the world. Again for 2014-2015, The Gourmet Retailer will sponsor the U.S. gia winner in the independent kitchenware retailer category for the International Housewares A…………… continues on Gourmet Retailer

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Related News:

Home Cooking Could Help UK Child Obesity Epidemic Says Kitchenware Retailer
News from DigitalJournal.com:

As obesity among the UK population continues to grow, a leading online retailer of kitchenware has suggested more home cooking could help reduce obesity levels among the young.

Stourbridge, UK — (SBWIRE) — 05/29/2014 — A damning report from UK’s Chief Medical officer was published last month. In it Dame Sally Davies said that too many people ignore the problem of obesity, and claimed that a “sugar tax” may be necessary to encourage people to have healthier diets – advice she gave MPs earlier this month when she said she believed “research will find sugar is addictive”. Dame Sally added that children are being put at risk of developing illnesses including diabetes, asthma, musculoskeletal problems and heart disease. She cited figures showing that between 2006/2007 and 2012/13, 27,860 children every year were found to be severely obese.

Compulsory cooking lessons are back on the menu in the UK for pupils from September 2014 – not a moment too soon as latest research from Mintel reveals just 30% of those aged 16-24 feel confident in the kitchen, compared to 39% on average of UK adults. What is more, 16% of those aged 16-24 perceive cooking as stressful, compared to 11% on average. The findings may reflect the la…………… continues on DigitalJournal.com

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