Culin’Or debuts in the UAE
Dubai, August 3, 2011
The Culin’Or range of cookware and electrical kitchen appliances are now available through major retail outlets in the UAE.
The Culin’Or brand encompasses a collection of home food processing items and eco-friendly non-stick cookware products that have been designed to meet the needs of the home ‘chef’ for whom cooking is much more than just a chore.
“The motto for the Culin’Or brand is ‘J’adore Cuisiner’ which is French for ‘I love cooking’ and that is the essence of our new range of products. Culin’Or represents high quality cookware items and appliances that are formulated for consumers who take pleasure from preparing meals without compromising on quality or standards of living,” said Thurayya Bahman, CEO for Bahman Enterprises, the UAE-based company that distributes Culin’Or.
“Our appliances and cookware items are all manufactured to the highest standards, are eco-friendly, safe for the environment and thoroughly tested to ensure they enjoy a long life creating outstanding dishes,” she added.
The Culin’Or range of cookware products are manufactured in Europe and are free of the potentially harmful agents that are often found in other kitchen items that have been manufactured through unregulated production.
Culin’Or products contain no perfluoro-octanoic acid, a humidifying agent used in the application process of non-stick coating. The range is also free from lead and cadmium - compounds that can be toxic when small amounts leach out from cooking implements over time during heated food preparation.
Culin’Or electrical items adhere to European and GCC standards. The company has certified its electrical appliance range with the Emirates Standardisation and Metrology Authority (ESMA), the Saudi Arabian Standards Organisation (SASO) and the Dubai Central Laboratory.
“Culin’Or cookware products are free from potentially hazardous materials that are sometimes used in the manufacturing process for these items and our electrical appliances also have consumer safety as their number one priority,” said Bahman.
“All of our offerings in each range undergoes rigorous laboratory testing at the factory to ensure that they are ergonomic, durable, easy to use and above all, safe. Their performances are also thoroughly vetted by local authorities here in Dubai and this has resulted in certificates being issued that attest to their safety. In addition to these stringent standards, we ensure that our kitchenware products are subject to complementary tests to evaluate the effects of different types of cooking and food preparation over time,” she added.
The Culin’Or electrical appliance range includes kettles, food processors, juicers, meat grinders and blenders, all being manufactured to the highest standards. As with the brand’s cookware collections, these heavy household goods boast more advanced features than their equivalent rival brand products; something that has been accomplished by Culin’Or by controlling all aspects of the business through the supply management, from production to after sales service.- TradeArabia News Service
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