Paula Deen Endorses Sleep Innovations' Anti-Fatigue Kitchen Mat

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WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J.-Celebrity chef Paula Deen has endorsed the new Anti-Fatigue Kitchen Mat from Sleep Innovations, which has a supportive surface to reduce foot, leg and lower back pain as well as overall fatigue.

Available in early summer nationwide, the Paula Deen Anti-Fatigue Kitchen Mat will come in 20-by-30-inch and 18-by-30-inch sizes and is made of a 100 percent polyurethane foam top and a 100 percent SBR anti-skid backing. All the packaging will be Paula Deen branded, and the mats will be available in camel, sage, walnut and brick.

"Sleep Innovations' new Anti-Fatigue Kitchen Mat is such a wonderful product for anyone that spends time in the kitchen," Deen said. "Standing in the kitchen for hours on end can really take a toll on your body, but with the kitchen mat I can cook for so much longer. It's great because I don't have to worry about all the aches and pains from standing too long. If you're cooking in your kitchen, you'll love the comfort of the kitchen mat."

Lisa Thorstenson, executive vice president of channel marketing, Sleep Innovations, added, "We're honored to have one of America's iconic home cooks endorsing the new Anti-Fatigue Kitchen Mat. By incorporating all of the features that cooks like Paula Deen look for in a kitchen mat, we were able to design a product that is stylish, durable and supportive."

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