Hudson Home Group Acquires Hamilton Beach License

BOONTON, N.J.-Hudson Home Group, LLC, a New Jersey-based housewares company, has signed a multi-year exclusive contract with Hamilton Beach Brands, Inc. Under this agreement Hudson will license and produce cookware, bakeware, kitchen tools/gadgets and cutlery under the Hamilton Beach and Proctor Silex brands.

The initial product introduction at the upcoming International Home and Housewares Show in Chicago will include over 450 new products designed to enhance the consumers' everyday kitchen experience. As part of the launch, Hudson will introduce a line of affordably priced ceramic coated cookware (PFOA- and PTFE-free) as well as ceramic-coated bakeware. In addition to these product lines, Hudson will introduce an extensive assortment of kitchen gadgets and tools.

Hudson Home Group is also the supplier of Schmidt Brothers Cutlery and Smart & Simple by Joan Lunden.

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