Metal Ware Celebrates 90th Anniversary with NESCO Products

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TWO RIVERS, Wis.-The Metal Ware Corp. is marking its 90th anniversary this year with the launch of products branded under the NESCO and NESCO/American Harvest names.

Metal Ware was founded in 1920, and the product lineup has evolved over the years to include small electrics and camp cookware. New to the line to celebrate the anniversary are the 6-quart Red Roaster Oven, a two-in-one juicer/blender and a limited-edition, 18-quart NESCO Roaster Oven. The latter is a version of the roaster oven that made its debut in the early 1930s.

The NESCO Roaster Oven roasts, bakes, slow-cooks and steams. It includes an extra-high domed, self-basting cover to retain moisture, and a trademarked Circle of Heat heating element that cooks from the side.

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