Dallas Gourmet Market Cooks Up Show Plan

DALLAS-The Gourmet Market at Dallas Market Center is readying new lines and preparing for special events for the Dallas Total Home & Gift Market, June 20-26.

Gourmet Market, located on the first floor of the World Trade Center, is an open-daily, permanent 25,000-square-foot shared showroom featuring unique gourmet gifts and specialty food and beverage lines as well as housewares, cookware, tabletop, cookbooks, kitchen gadgets and wine accessories from more than 140 companies.

The more than 30 new companies showing in the Gourmet Market include: All Clad, Big Wood Boards, Caffe D'Amore, ChefPro Tortilla Maker, Cooke Tavern Soups, DeBrand Fine Chocolates,

Dread Head Chef, Gage Inc., Krups, OIC Basketware, Raven's Nest Specialties, S.A.L.T. Sisters, Soda Stream, The Sassy Apple, Too Good Gourmet and more.

In June, the Gourmet Market will debut Phase One of its three-phase renovation and expansion with updated decor to create a comfortable, welcoming space that enables more interaction between exhibitors and buyers, according to the Dallas Market Center. Upon completion, the Gourmet Market will be nearly 30,000 square feet and feature more than 1,500 product lines. The renovation will include a new demo kitchen, where chef Curtis Stone will prepare recipes, sign his newest cookbook and meet with buyers June 23.

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HFN provides detailed information on the key home classifications: Housewares, Tabletop, Floor Covering & Rugs, Furniture, Home Textiles, Lighting, Home Decor, Mattresses & Bedding, Gifts, Major Appliances and Consumer Electronics as well as Business, Finance and Retail.

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