Gibson Launches Oster Tools and Gadgets

COMMERCE, Calif.-Gibson Overseas, Inc., is introducing a line of kitchen tools and gadgets through the company's Oster licensing partnership.

The new line will be available for fall programs. It combines form with function to deliver a complete range of kitchen tools and gadgets at better and best price points for multiple retail channels.

"We've already had tremendous success with our Oster cookware, bakeware and cutlery," said Connie Bowman, vice president of product development. "So the new extensions in this category make a lot of sense."

The Oster collection of tools and gadgets offers a world-renowned brand at a time the category has experienced industry-wide growth, Gibson said. The line features spoons and turners, stylish peelers, scrapers, whisks, corers and more. There are non-stick items and function parts made from stainless steel and durable, heat-resistant nylon. Prices range from $4.99 to $12.99.

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