New Castle, DE – The Emile Henry Soup Pot garnered best in cookware and bakeware at the 2018 Housewares Design Awards on January 30 at the Las Vegas Market. The cook pot and serving tureen is designed for the stovetop, oven and the table. Made in France from burgundy clay, the pot ensures that heat is diffused evenly, cooks gently and maintains an optimal temperature throughout a meal. The upturned rim is designed to avoid spills during cooking or drips while serving with a ladle. The Soup Pot was also a winner of the 2017 Design PLUS Competition.
This Flame® ceramic pot can be used on all heat sources including gas, halogen, electric and induction with an induction disk. The lid fits snuggly to keep the heat in at the table and the high sides prevent the contents from boiling over during cooking. This pot can be hand washed or cleaned in the dishwasher. It is available in Burgundy and Charcoal colors and retails for $130.
The Housewares Design Awards— the premier awards program focused on housewares design innovation— was founded in 2003 by HomeWorld Business to honor the unyielding effort within the industry to create new ways to improve everyday living. Winning products were selected by an independent panel of design and merchandising experts who conducted hands-on testing of hundreds of products in 11 categories. Criteria included: appropriate aesthetics; innovative materials and technology; user benefits (i.e., performance, comfort, ease of use, safety); and marketability in making their determination. The 2018 Housewares Design Awards Celebration was presented by HomeWorld Business, hosted by Las Vegas Market
Specialists in culinary ceramic for more than 167 years, Emile Henry creates accessories stamped by its unique savoir-faire. Inspired by its history and desires, the family-run company continues to use its passion for authentic, homemade cooking prepared with love and shared with pleasure. Like all Emile Henry products, the new Soup Pot is made of all natural materials and is backed by a ten-year warranty, which is not offered by any other ceramic manufacturers. Carefully shaped, each piece is signed by the artisan who makes it. The pot is then meticulously checked by the person who packs it, adding a label with their name for traceability and as a guarantee of quality. Emile Henry is located in the Burgundy town of Marcigny, France. To find out more about Emile Henry, call 302-326-4800 or visit Emile Henry USA at www.emilehenryusa.com.