The Cook's Warehouse Wins About.com's Reader's Choice Award

ATLANTA-The Cook's Warehouse has won About.com's 2012 Reader's Choice poll for Best Kitchenware Retailer.

The contest, conducted online, included Cook's as well as King Arthur Flour, Bed Bath and Beyond, Sur La Table and Chef's Catalog.

"We're so pleased and thankful for our customers who nominated and voted for us in this national poll," said Mary S. Moore, founder and CEO of The Cook's Warehouse.  "Our sales associates and our support staff try every day to exceed our customers' expectations and we believe this poll validates the dedication of every Cook's Warehouse employee, from the front line to the back office."

Besides the kitchenware retailer category, the Readers' Choice categories included best cookware brand; best kitchen cutlery brand; best celebrity kitchenware line; best eco-friendly kitchen product and kitchenware brand of the year.

The About.com Readers' Choice Awards showcase the best of the best in a number of categories across the About.com network.  Readers nominate and vote for their favorite products and brands.  Nominations ended at the beginning of February with the top five finalists selected; the finalists advanced to the voting, from mid-February to mid-March.  The winners were announced in late March.

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