The Foundary Adds Tasting Table to Menu

NEW YORK-Recently launched members-only home and lifestyle flash sale website, The Foundary, thefoundary.com, has partnered with Tasting Table, a free daily email magazine that offers information about what it considers to be the best of eating and drinking culture across the country.

The Foundary's premier "Guests at Home" series began earlier this week with a specially curated collection of Tasting Table's top kitchen essentials.

"We at The Foundary are passionate about unique, timeless products of extraordinary quality," said Rob Anderson, general manager. "The Foundary keeps our members on the pulse of what's hot in home design and essentials, and our partnership with Tasting Table will resonate with our core audience."

The Foundary will present a curated selection of home and lifestyle products from "coveted brands and emerging designers" seven days a week with savings of up to 70 percent off retail, the company said.

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