Trends in Appliances, Cookware and Homewares from the International Home and Housewares Show 2016

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March 17th, 2016


The desire to develop cooking skills and to entertain is a large trend that was apparent at the International Home and Housewares show 2016. Cooking is no longer considered to be a chore, and is considered a skill. Therefore, consumers are seeking ascetically pleasing barware, colorful ovenware products and unique home ware pieces. Consumers are moving into smaller spaces, often with less storage, and appliance manufacturers are responding to this by releasing smaller versions of popular products. Finally,more products are being offered in a variety of colors, including food storage and stovetop cookware.

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Alixa Sharkey

Alixa Sharkey is a research analyst coving the Home and Tech industries in Canada and Mexico. She has a master’s degree in international affairs from the University of California, San Diego and has been working in international research since 2006. Professional interests include econometrics, emerging markets, and economic policy.

Ryan Tuttle

Ryan Tuttle is a consumer finance analyst at Euromonitor International. His work at Euromonitor focuses on global trends and developments in cards, payments, and lending. He has a master’s of public policy degree from Oregon State University and a bachelor’s of environmental studies degree from Gonzaga University.

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