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Quiet Christmas from Quiet Mark

SDAs with the increasingly popular and well-recognised Quiet Mark will be under Christmas trees, ready to be unwrapped and put into (quiet) action this week. Quiet Mark’s chief marketing officer Simon Gosling recognises that: “Just before lockdown, there were 350 certified products published at That has now risen to over 700 certified products from 80 household brands across 61 product categories, with an increase of entries directly in response to global changes this year as consumers need more help to source products to create a domestic soundscape more conducive to a productive, work from home environment and domestic soundscape.”

Small kitchen appliance brands that have products with Quiet Mark accreditation include Magimix, Sage, Lakeland, Kenwood, Tower and Melitta.

Above: A quiet brew with the Tower Bottega 3KW 1.7L Stainless Steel Kettle.
Above: A quiet brew with the Tower Bottega 3KW 1.7L Stainless Steel Kettle.

Top: The Melitta CI Touch Coffee Machine makes good coffee a quieter experience.

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