Joseph Joseph Ranks on British Newspaper's "Fast Track"

NEW YORK-Joseph Joseph, the UK-based design company known for its stylish and contemporary kitchenware products, has been included in the "Sunday Times Fast Track 100 League Table" for the third year in a row, making Joseph Joseph one of the few companies to receive this distinction. This listing ranks Britain's 100 fastest-growing private businesses based on sales.

"This is a huge achievement and it's something that sets us apart," said co-founder Richard Joseph. "To get back 'in the table' for a second year is very rare. To make it for a third time is almost unheard of - and to do so during this global economic meltdown is just spectacular. We're extremely proud of this honor."

Joseph Joseph currently markets over 300 different kitchen items in 73 countries. The company  entered the U.S. market in 2009.

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