Seb group doubles the production area of the Krampouz site

Groupe SEB announces an investment of more than 5 million euros in 2022 to carry out the extension works of the Krampouz factory, in Pluguffan in Finistère. The expansion of the site, which will reach 10,000 m², will accommodate new machines and a modernized industrial tool.

The Krampouz factory in Pluguffan (29) doubles its production area. DR
With 100,000 products manufactured per year and a turnover of +32% compared to the previous year, the Krampouz factory in Finistère has reached the physical limits of its deployment. The expansion of the Pluguffan plant, where the group has been established since 2009, has become necessary.

Majority shareholder since 2019, the Seb group is therefore investing more than 5 million euros to extend and modernize the production area. ” This expansion is part of Groupe SEB’s desire to maintain and promote industrial know-how in France. Labeled Living Heritage Company since 2017, all appliances bearing the Krampouz stamp are designed and manufactured in Pluguffan, in Finistère ” , specifies the shareholder.

Launched in March 2022, the work, carried out by local companies, will be finalized during the summer of 2023. The various areas, industry and logistics, will be operational at the end of 2022. “The expansion of the site will make it possible to accommodate new machines and a modernized industrial tool, but also to extend the research and test laboratory. The site will also accommodate new spaces making the well-being of employees an essential component of this project”, specifies the press release.

The surface will increase by nearly 50% compared to the current premises and will approach 10,000 m². It will also increase the factory’s production capacity for all Krampouz cooking appliances, whether for professionals or the general public. In 2022, Groupe Seb is indeed initiating the renewal of the historic range of professional crepe makers.

Founded in 1945 by Jean-Marie Bosser, an electrician, the Krampouz brand has since established itself throughout the world, where it is present in 160 countries. Faithful to its cradle, Finistère, the company now employs 100 people and works with the ESAT of Ty Varlen located in Landudec for subcontracting activities, in particular the packaging of accessories

A world leader in small household equipment, Groupe SEB is present in nearly 150 countries. Over the years, it has built strong positions around the world through a product offering that is at once global and local, showcased by an exceptional brand portfolio.Groupe SEB include All-Clad, IMUSA , Krups, Moulinex, Rowenta, Tefal (including OBH Nordica) and WMF Group.

Kuvings impresses with new REVO 830 juicer

Kuvings regularly showcases its innovative home appliances at global exhibitions, and will thus of course be back in Berlin for IFA 2022. The EVO 820 juicer, which can juice the whole fruit without cutting it, has been recognised as the Best Juicer at several global awards and has established itself as a signature model from Kuvings.

In 2022, Kuvings’ new model, the REVO 830, features upgraded convenience that goes one step further compared to existing products, making it easier to add ingredients and to make premium juice.Kuvings innovate with new feeding chute
The advantage of this Kuvings juicer is that the ingredients can be juiced whole without cutting them. The new model REVO 830 has two types of innovative feeding chutes. There is a 88mm flap gate for whole fruits, as well as a 45mm auto-cut gate for leafy vegetables, like carrots. This is a unique feeding chute from Kuvings that the company claims has never seen before. With these two feeding chutes, the user can quickly insert the right ingredient and juice it in no time.

Smart cutting technique
The REVO 830 juicer mechanism has been re-powered by Kuvings. The upper part of the screw features a smart cutting technique that automatically cuts long leafy vegetables with pinpoint accuracy. The new commercial-grade screw (auger) has a self-cutting top, so that when the user drops carrots, celery and cucumber into the feeding chute, the screw chops the ingredients before pressing.

Juicing fruits and vegetables without trimming the ingredients means that fresh juice can be made by minimising oxidation and browning that occurs when ingredients come into contact with air. The juicing technology, which only requires the user to add ingredients, upgrades the quality of juice as well as convenience for the user too.newly-designed, easy grip Smart Cap makes it easier for the user to mix juice in the bowl, stop drips and you can evenImproved motor durability and strong juicing power
The motor is the most important part of the juicer in terms of juice extraction performance. Kuvings explains that the REVO 830 is equipped with a motor that boasts stronger power than existing products to demonstrate the better juice performance. The durable motor guarantees long-lasting use, and its quietness means users can comfortably juice day or night.

REVO 830 receives awards and praise for its innovative design
The REVO 830 has already been honoured in 2022. The device was recognised at the German Kitchen Innovation Awards, appearing in the small electrical appliances category. The juicer was recognised for excellence in the four areas of functionality, design, various product advantages, and ergonomic design. Kuvings has said that this has strengthened its position as a global brand.

Researching the next big innovation
Every year, Kuvings introduces innovative products to help create a new health culture. The company is also investing heavily in research and development, principally to develop its own technology. We look forward to the future of Kuvings that innovates by developing outstanding technologies to enter the global market. close the cap and do a pre-rinse with water, before cleaning. Even the juicer’s jugs are easy to grip and even easier to store, newly-designed, square and fitting neatly inside each other for easy storage. There is also a wider pulp outlet, which offers maximum pulp ejection capability, making it easier to clean and to ensure the juice and pulp flows effortlessly.


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Philips innovative Air Cookers

What’s cooking? At Philips Domestic Appliances.Announce the launch their most innovative appliance yet: the Philips Air Cooker 7000 Series.

With this new product, nothing else is needed to cook healthier, nutritious food, as it steams, air steams, slow cooks, cooks sous-vide (low temperature, long cooking), bakes, roasts, reheats and defrosts… all in just one single appliance!

The PhilipsAirCooker is a connected appliance, that works together with the NutriU app, guiding you through the recipe step by step and offering a hassle free cooking experience by taking care of temperature, cooking style, times andsending notifications when food is done. It is a true game-changer, thanks to its unique NutriFlavor technology with climate control, which preserves 90%* of essential nutrients.

Today, we bring the benefits of new technology into the heart of the home, making it easy (& quick) to create healthier and tasty meals for everyone.

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Morphy Richards has unveiled a new brand identity and purpose called “Happiness Engineered”

British small appliance brand Morphy Richards has unveiled a new brand identity and purpose called “Happiness Engineered”.  The new branding includes technical product drawings balanced with creative visuals and illustrations.

The small domestic appliance brand said this redesign was born from a need to clarify the brand’s purpose, as it sought to build a customer-centric organisation with products inspired by insights about things that would make home life happier for consumers.

The company added it is focusing on balancing the technical and creative roots of the business, as a nod to the personalities of Morphy Richards’s founders.

Morphy Richards has unveiled a new brand identity, Happiness Engineered

Richard Ingham, Market Director at Morphy Richards, commented on the change: “Morphy Richards is a household name, something we’re extremely proud of. However, we felt the brand purpose required updating to create clarity and make it more distinctive for consumers.

“We therefore chose to reconnect the brand with its founders in a modern and relevant way to appeal to customers and provide an offering for retailers that stands out from the crowd.

“We work hard to create products built to last that bring authentic, thoughtful, well-made simplicity to life — and make a tangible difference to consumers every day — and now have a brand identity that proudly communicates that.”

Small Domestic Appliances market to expand at CAGR of 5.8% from 2020 to 2030

Transparency Market Research repprts the global small domestic appliances market is estimated to reach €61.8 billion by 2030, developing at a CAGR of 5.8% during the forecast period from 2020 to 2030, according to new research.

The research firm says factors such as expanding middle class population, discretionary money, and better goods are likely to drive the global small domestic appliances market in the years to come. 

Anurag Singh, CEO at Transparency Market Research, says urbanisation and rapid industrialisation play an important role in boosting economic growth all over the world

The trend of adopting multifunctional appliances to replace conventional appliances is likely to support the growth of the global small domestic appliances market,” said Mr Singh.

“With the development of artificial intelligence in floor care applications, the small home appliance industry is undergoing substantial transformation. AI recognises typical robot trapping barriers and the smart robot technology in vacuum cleaners allows users to clean floors with fewer concerns than before.”

Mr Singh added that cold-pressed juices are becoming increasingly popular among millennials, and they are one of the main growth drivers for the global small domestic appliances market. 

“As a result, small domestic appliance manufacturers are beefing up their R&D capabilities in order to provide strong engines in juicers that save energy.”

Bpifrance Announces Acquisition of a Stake in Groupe SEB, World Leader in Small Domestic Appliances

By acquiring a stake in Groupe SEB (Paris:SK), Lac1 fund, managed by Bpifrance on behalf of French and international investors, is making its fifth investment since its creation in 2020.

This investment in a family-owned company that embodies the French industrial know-how is fully in line with the Lac1 fund’s investment strategy: to support French listed world leaders that offer strong value creation potential while addressing today’s environmental and societal challenges. With this investment, Lac1 asserts its commitment to the Group’s strategy.

Groupe SEB is the leading global player in small domestic appliances with solid market positions in kitchen appliances. This family-owned company with over 150 years of history has become a French champion with a worldwide presence in more than 150 countries, thanks to a global and competitive industrial tool, a broad portfolio of 31 local and international brands offering more than 30,000 products, and strong innovation capabilities based on a thorough knowledge of consumers. In 2021, the group achieved a turnover of 8.1 billion euros and employs more than 33,000 people.

Suri,innovative, eco-friendly electric toothbrush

UK-based sustainable wellness brand, Suri, has designed an innovative, eco-friendly electric toothbrush to help combat the carbon footprint of oral care.

Made primarily from plant-based and recyclable materials – bamboo primarily – the new Sustainable Sonic Toothbrush promises “a superior clean with minimal impact on the environment”.

According to the brand, although sales in bamboo manual toothbrushes continue to grow, to date, there hasn’t been an eco-alternative for the thousands of electric toothbrush users in the UK.

Each year, global disposal rates of toothbrushes amount to four billion and almost all models are not recyclable in municipal recycling streams, Suri says. While electric models are proven to help consumers achieve a better clean, reducing plaque by 21% and gingivitis by 11% (Cochrane Review, 2014), unfortunately, they have the worst carbon footprint compared with other toothbrushes.

And although household electrical appliances are small, they make up 2% of landfill waste, and it is estimated that they contribute to 70% of the pollution on land and in water.

Built with a right to repair in mind, the Sustainable Sonic Toothbrush features an aluminium handle and plant-based heads. Unlike other electric models, the body can be easily dismantled for recycling or repair when sent back, the company says.

A lifetime guarantee under a subscription plan also covers the replacement of brush heads every one to three months, as well as free maintenance. Suri provides mail-back recycling for all their products to ensure that none of its brushes ends up in landfills or oceans.

In addition, a long-lasting rechargeable battery powers the toothbrush for 30-plus days between charges, and sonic technology delivers 33,000 brush movements per minute, providing an eco-friendly approach to healthier teeth, a brighter smile, and a clean conscience, the company adds.

Short for “sustainable rituals”, Suri is the brainchild of co-founders Gyve Safavi and Mark Rushmore. The duo spent years working for the multinational personal care and hygiene conglomerate P&G. Harnessing their wealth of experience, Safavi and Rushmore decided it was time to help tackle the industry’s environmental impact through sustainable innovation.

The duo say they are committed to using as many recyclable and biodegradable materials as possible on all of their products while running their business with a net positive environmental impact.

The SURI electric toothbrush is available for pre-order now via the company’s website and will be released in early spring 2022.

Riviera-et-Bar with its two new electric planchas

The new Riviera-et-Bar planchas acclaim the excellence of made in France…

A specialist brand in the world of premium electric planchas, the French company has built its reputation on the cooking performance and reliability of its appliances.

Professional quality and easy maintenance

The Planchas Pro Inox QPL1130 and Pro Inox QPL1230 are entirely designed and produced in France, using robust and durable materials. They offer a generous cooking surface thanks to a fitted design and professional cooking performance:
The solid 304L stainless steel cooking plates (very high quality) are 4 mm thick.Each hob is guaranteed for 10 yearsThe edges on the 4 sides of the hob contribute to the comfort of useThe optimal distribution of the heating elements ensures even cooking and rapid heating. The temperature is adjustable for perfect control from 50°C to 300°CVery fast entry. Most of the juice stays in the food for added flavorKeep warm zone0 Watt safety switchGrease drain integrated in the plateRemovable and dishwasher-safe grease trapLow smoke emitters, they can be used indoors and outdoors