|By PR Newswire||
|April 22, 2014 03:44 PM EDT||
HOUSTON, April 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Celebrate Earth Day every day by going green in the kitchen with eco-friendly kitchen tools.
The Ecolution® Evolve™ line of eco-friendly cookware features Hydrolon®, an ecologically advanced water-based non-stick coating made without PFOA for greater safety. Features soft, silicone stay-cool handles and heavy aluminum bottoms for even heating. Assorted colors, styles and sizes. $14.99 to $26.99. Amazon.com.
The Reduce™ WaterWeek Tritan Collection features eco-friendly, reusable 24-ounce water bottles with sporty designs and bright colors. Each set of five is made of high-end transparent BPA-free Tritan plastic and comes with a convenient tray that keeps bottles organized and handy in the fridge. $39.99. ShopReduce.com.
Highly energy-efficient, the JURA IMPRESSA F7 automatic coffee center brews cup by cup, without waste – no pods or pod packaging to discard, and no brewed coffee left in the pot. The eco-conscious Zero-Energy switch disconnects the machine from the power supply to avoid energy use when on standby. Features the revolutionary Aroma+ grinder, for perfect aroma in all its fullness in half the grinding time, and an advanced frothing system. $1,799. Amazon.com.
Made in Germany to higher standards, Emsa Clip & Close™ Glass premium food storage containers are for those who want the best of everything in their kitchen. They stand out for superior quality and durability. The glass containers are oven-safe up to 475 degrees F, and come with BPA-free plastic lids that are certified "baby food safe," which means they meet the highest standards of food safety. They are 100% leak-proof, 100% airtight and 100% sanitary. The containers and lids are microwave, refrigerator and freezer safe. Easy to clean, they are also dishwasher safe. $9.95 to $29.95. Direct.frieling.com.
Designed to be reused thousands of times, the Silpat® Cookie Mat cuts back on waste while also saving money and time. It eliminates the need for pre-greasing or parchment paper, and offers even heat distribution, ultimate release and easy clean up. $25.99 at Amazon.com.
For healthy meals in less time, the patented NuWave® Pro Infrared Oven is an eco-friendly alternative to conventional ovens. This countertop oven combines infrared, conduction, and convection heat to cook foods up to 50% faster than a conventional oven while using less energy. No preheating or defrosting required. For meats, vegetables, baking and more. Starting at $119.85. NuWaveOven.com.
SOURCE Emsa by Frieling, Ecolution, Reduce, JURA, Silpat and NuWave
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