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They are also more savvy about cookware and bakeware overall, and are more willing to pay for quality, and they expect their equipment to fulfill their needs in the kitchen.
Other brands available at both stores in cookware and bakeware are Analon, Le Creuset, Daniel Boulud Kitchen and Nordicware, with Bloomingdale's having a wider product selection of the Daniel Boulud line.
While Bloomingdale's shows a smattering of its own private-label, professional, anodized non-stick cookware, Macy's has its own area for its private-label Tools of the Trade cookware and bakeware, which is also displayed in boxed sets at the front of the cookware department, and which is the primary brand in cookware and bakeware at Macy's.
This is the first foray into cookware and bakeware for Robinson, a company better known for gadgets and kitchen tools.
to sell its World Kitchen division, World Kitchen brands continue to be among the best known in cookware and bakeware.
Fueled by the success of Emeril Lagasse's hit cooking shows, Emerilware cookware and bakeware has surpassed its All-Clad parent on the top brands list, coming in at 18, with All-Clad trailing in the ranking at 22.
The upscale manufacturer of cookware and bakeware is showing off a new copper-core line of cookware, along with the latest additions to its Emerilware cookware line and a number of new Emerilware small electrics, including a panini maker.
Maspion has a diverse assortment of cookware and bakeware.
Typically, moderate- to high-end cookware and bakeware vendors rank supermarket chains alongside discounters on the retail scale, said Hugh Rushing, the executive vice president of the Cookware Manufacturers Association.
Other trendy upscale supermarkets, such as Whole Foods and Wegmans, see cookware and bakeware as a growing part of their merchandising strategies -- Wegmans plays up the one-stop shopping angle with its Complements section, an entire area devoted to upscale dinnerware, cookware and other products.