- Steeling the show. Pearce, Martin // Housewares;Mar94, Issue 106, p12
Reports on stainless steel cookware. Competition of stainless steel manufacturers; Success of Meyer's Steelon range featuring non-stick coating; Versatility of products. INSETS: Retailer comment, by George Sephton.;Retailer comment, by David Phillips.;Retailer comment, by Claire Sidgwick..
- Backwards or forwards-there's no other way. Picken, Frank // Housewares;Jul/Aug97, Issue 135, p14
Opinion. Presents author's views on the specialist's options for survival and growth. Some of the cookshops which have been lost to the industry; Need for retail stores to be at the centre of excellence into customers are invited rather than awaited; Opportunities for the small retailer to...
- The little shop on the corner. // Housewares;Mar95, Issue 116, p12
Features the Cooknook Store in Nottingham, England owned by Ivan and Catrina Stone. First store in Melbourne, Derbyshire; Cookware, kitchen tools and gadgets, tabletop, textiles and scales as main products; Importance of customer relations; Future plans.
- BCMA sets standards. // Housewares;Oct95, Issue 122, p3
Reports that the British Cookware Manufacturers Association has unveiled its new product standards for cookware and bakeware. Update on British standards.
- Briefly... // Housewares;May/Jun96, Issue 127, p3
Presents news items concerning the houseware industry in Great Britain. Includes the winners of the 1996 Glenfiddich cookbook awards; Paul Hargreaves Associates as exclusive distributor of Inferma cookware and kitchenware; Philips' offering of free tubs of ice cream with its Shot of Steam irons.
- In best sellers... // Housewares;May/Jun96, Issue 127, p5
Presents photographs of houseware stores in Great Britain. Includes Kook's Unlimited; Pots 'n' Pans; Peter Crisp.
- Housewares market grew 7.8% in 1995, says HBC report. Stanton, Justin // Housewares;May/Jun96, Issue 127, p10
Reports on the performance of the British housewares market in 1995. Sales growth; Best-performing products; Glass cutting boards; Condiments; Cast iron cookware; Retailers that made the most profits.
- Nobody's complaining. Petty, Colin // Housewares;Jan/Feb97, Issue 132, p44
Reports on the trend in Great Britain's hob-top kettle sector of the cookware industry. Sales in 1995; Fragmentation of the market; Traditional/cheap and modern/expensive sectors; Product, price and promotion; Leading brands.
- Cooking products to slow through `96. Beaulieu, Brian // Appliance Manufacturer;Aug95, Vol. 43 Issue 8, p10
Assesses the performance of the cookware industry in the first half of 1995. Comparison of equipment production to the cyclical status of retail sales; M1 measure of the money supply; Short-term interest rates.