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New issue of Progressive Housewares

The December issue of Progressive Housewares is waiting for you to read, bursting with news, views, essential information and inspiration.

Be awestruck by the projects and strategies that got eight different retailers into the finals of The Excellence in Housewares Awards’ Retailer Initiative Award with PH’s Food for thought [pages 18-21].

Find out why columnist Holly Wilson can’t wait for Christmas Eve – and it’s not to put her feet up – in PH’s From the frontline [page 17].

The spotlight moves to Devon: independent cookshop and lifestyle boutique Cooks Aweigh is this issue’s Shelf portrait [page 43].

Hydration and ‘on the go’ are a vital aspect of the housewares market, so get up to speed with recent developments in PH’s market focus [page 2-25].

Cutting edge news and views are highlighted in PH’s market focus on knives, as well as a look back over 50 years of market evolution by Outstanding Achievement winner, David Grunwerg [pages 26-30].

Our Progressive Electrical pages plug in to trends in SDA food prep, small countertop cooking appliances, kettles and toasters [pages 33-37].

Plus, there’s plenty more to peruse alongside keeping the tills jingling through the current festive fervour and as we look ahead to new beginnings.

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