T-Fal

AcronymDefinition
T-Fal[not an acronym] (originally TEFAL, a portmanteau of Teflon and Aluminum)
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Our biggest introduction will be the T-fal My Cooking Guide.
Lagasse's licensed kitchen products include cookware by All-Clad, cutlery by Wusthof and small electrics from T-Fal, she noted, and "we think we can grow that significantly," she said.
Bradshaw's signature black and red Ingenio brand introduced a rolling pin with rests that raises it off the counter, a cheese grater and pourer in one, measuring cups that don't tip over and a T-fal manual chopper that requires no electrical power (now that's retro
The latter includes the Emeril cookware line produced by All-Clad and the small kitchen-electrics line manufactured by T-Fal.
Top vendor creditors include Oneida, Rubbermaid, Sunbeam/Oster, T-Fal Corp.
Consumers are still looking for innovative products with new technology, but they do not want that technology to be too difficult to use," said Courtney Royko, senior product manager for T-fal, a division of Groupe SEB.
In addition, All-Clad, T-fal and Imusa will each have their own demonstration kitchen in the new booth.
The France-based parent of Krups, Rowenta, All-Clad, T-Fal and other housewares brands will transfer the management of Krups from Medford, Mass.