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The newest generation of cookware answers the call for both fashion and function. Convenience and durability remain strong selling features, while trendy touches such as popular blue shades and matte finishes, along with space-saving elements, continue to entice consumers.

Caption: 1 Starfrit's The Rock collection launches in cast iron, using its Rock.tec surface treatment and a patented anti-rust treatment. It is 15 percent lighter that traditional cast iron.

Caption: 2 Cool gray is a new color for the fry pan in Gibson's line with WW Healthy Kitchen, formerly known as Weight Watchers.

Caption: 3 The Companion Group will unveil De La Terre, a full assortment of high-heat ceramic cookware designed for the oven, microwave, on the stove or even the grill.

Caption: 4 Zyliss has expanded its nonstick cookware range into a Swiss nonstick ceramic finish, with a soft-touch, heat-resistant handle. In three fry pan sizes and an 11-inch saute pan.

Caption: 5 Meyer Corp.'s Anolon Advanced brand expands its color palette with an indigo color, the fifth color in this collection.

Caption: 6 With an eye on outdoor grilling, Creative Home & Kitchen will debut a 10-inch cast iron grill pan with a double-loop handle that better fits the portable charcoal BBQs used outdoors.

Caption: 7 Mauviel 1830 now offers two of its sets in vintage-style wood crates embossed with the company logo and place of origin. The M'Urban eight-piece set shown here.

Caption: 1 Lodge Mfg.'s new Chef collection is a chef-inspired line of cast iron cookware produced in its Tennessee foundry and featuring spatula-friendly sloped sidewalls.

Caption: 2 Milton will debut the Venture Casseroles, which attach together for portability and have an easy-to-carry, sturdy handle. They are also microwave and dishwasher safe.

Caption: 3 Tuxton Home's Concentrix stainless-steel collection is lightweight but solid in construction, and adds a vibrant touch with five colored ceramic coatings for the fry pan interiors.

Caption: 4 The eight-piece Stacking cookware set from Meyer's Rachael Ray brand has enameled aluminum cookware that can nest together compactly, along with accessories.

Caption: 1 Scanpan debuts the Haptiq cookware collection, made in Denmark of a five-layer, dad-aluminum construction with a microtextured surface and Stata-nium+ nonstick coating.

Caption: 2 Fissler's Adamant fry pan line features innovative sealing for a raw look reminiscent of cast-iron cookware that allows for carefree use of metal spoons and spatulas.

Caption: 3 Zoombo's Nordic Color stainless-steel, dishwasher-safe cookware offers a trendy durable matte color, along with tapered rims for drip-free pouring and flavor-lock lids.

Caption: 4 The Black enameled cast-iron collection from JSY cookware includes a fry pan, square grill, reversible grill and round casserole.

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Title Annotation:housewares show preview: cookware
Author:Lilio, Andrea
Publication:HFN Home Furnishings News
Date:Mar 1, 2019
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