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Risolì Made in Italy, Designed for Russia

LUMEZZANE, Italy, January 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Risolì's main objective is to spread the quality and luxury of the Italian cookery products design into the Russian market.

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Thanks to the corporate expansion policies and the variety of made-in-Italy products available in the Crocus City, Tvoi Dom e Maxi Dom, Risolì has now a strong presence on the Russian market. This proves the company's legacy amongst its clients and their appreciation of the quality of the brand.

The latest collections - Granito, Fusion Steel and Optima - show the latest research and development of the cookery products market.

Granito, which is eco-friendly and nickel-free, has seven cooking tools made of die-cast aluminium, and its hard-stone, non-stick, heavy-bottom design ensures longer product life, greater strength and better results.

Fusion Steel is drawn by the 'poet' of industrial design, Enrico Azzimonti. This product line includes four key features that identify and develop the made in Italy style: practicality, functionality, uniqueness and exclusivity.

Optima features a complete collection for every specific need of cooking, ranging from 16-centimeter (6.3-in) to 40-centimeter (15.7-in) pans. The uniqueness of this line is represented by the patented handle (ergonomic Bakelite).

All of Risolì's products are inimitable because they are made of die-cast aluminium with a minimum bottom thickness of 6 mm and coated with a high-quality, non-stick material. They maintain their shape through time and are energy-saving thanks to their excellent cooking performance.

Thanks to its experience in the market, many Russian customers are now increasingly interested in Risolì's long-lasting products, which make cooking easy and fun.

Find information about your nearest store or contact the company directly in Italy on their web-portal Posuda 24.

Risolì will exhibit at the Messe Frankfurt Italian Ambiente (Environment) at Hall 3.1 Stand H11 on 7-11 February 2014 where it will showcase the latest and most advanced technology in healthy cooking innovations. All new products are developed and produced by this Italian manufacturer, soon to be 50 years old, which is based in Lumezzane (Northern Italy).

Sito web: http://www.risoli.com/rus/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/risolisrl?fref=ts

Linea Induction Risolì: http://www.risoli.com/rus/Linee/Induction

Linea Granito Risolì: http://www.risoli.com/rus/Linee/GRANITO

Linea Optima Risolì: http://www.risoli.com/rus/Linee/Optima

WebPosuda24: http://posuda24.ru/shop/category/skovorody-litye/

Enrico Azzimonti: http://www.enricoazzimonti.it/

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