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New Progressive Housewares available now

Start planning your visit to the shows with PH’s Spring Fair preview [see page 45-53] and Ambiente preview [pages 57-65].

It is a huge year for three famous names in the housewares industry. Share the journey of Jarrold, the gia UK winner and best independent department store that is celebrating its 250th anniversary [see pages 32-33]

2020 sees ‘the world’s biggest tea party’ to mark iconic tableware brand Spode’s 250th [see pages 36-37].

Which brand dates back to 1760? Celebrate Salter’s 260 years of heritage and household excellence [see pages 20-21]

What opportunities and challenges lie in 2020 for the housewares industry? Read the ‘2020 visions’ of industry figures from Lakeland, Hart of Stur, Joseph Joseph, Eddingtons, Tramontina, Bira and BHETA in PH’s annual State of the Nation, which looks forward as well as back at the past yea. [see pages 38-41].

Who is branching out with its stylish kitchen and dining departments? See what’s sparkling at Blue Diamond Group [pages 18-19]

Want the brews headlines? Catch up on developments in tea and coffee making in PH’s market focus [pages 26-30]

There’s more on coffee making with pages dedicated to Gastroback [see page 54-55] and Aerolatte [see page 66-67]

Tidy home, tidy mind: PH explores the rise of uncluttered domestic bliss in our lifestyle focus on the organised kitchen [see pages 22-25]

What housewares could contribute to marital bliss? See PH’s What’s cooking for weddings and special occasion gifts?

And there’s plenty more in our bumper January/February 2020 issue, including news, views and new year plans from independent cookshop owner Holly Wilson of Prep and Richard Dare [see page 31].

Read the issue in full here.

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