New Innovations In Houseware Set To Hit Store Shelves In 2014
NEW YORK(CBSNewYork) — If you are trying to make your home an easier or better place to live then you may be interested in some of the products that will be on display at the International Home and Houseware Show.
As CBS 2’s Emily Smith reported, the show offers a taste of new housewares from 2,100 companies.
A self-cleaning Bellini Kitchen Master offers eight machines in one including a blender, a food processor, and a cooker.
If you prefer to do the slicing and dicing yourself a foldable gripper-flex cutting board comes with no slide grippers on the bottom.
A rival to the traditional crock pot lets you steam your food by vacuum sealing it and letting it cook for hours.
For homemade ice cream without the mess one company was offering a collapsible machine that stores in a single container.
When it’s time to clean up a new breed of chemical-free steamer will leave your windows and glass streak free.
Derek Miller, President of the International Home and Housewares Show, said that the show has changed the way we live.
“The house looks way different than it did 17 years ago because of the creativity,” he said.
These products can solve all sorts of household problems and range in price from a few dollars to about $400.
The show begins on March 15 and is open to retailers so they can decide which products to put on store shelves.
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