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HOUSTON, TX, September 22, 2010 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Chantal, the high-end kitchenware company with products made for healthy and environmentally-friendly cooking, has announced a nationwide cookware trade-in program to encourage consumers to trade in their old cookware of any brand or style.
This program is similar to the successful Teakettle trade-in the company offered in 2009. It offers 20 percent off the price of a new piece of Chantal Copper Fusion or Enamel-on-Steel cookware for customers who bring in an old piece of cookware, no matter the brand or condition. Functional cookware will be donated to charitable organizations for resale and non-functioning cookware will be recycled. The cookware trade-in is being offered nationwide at participating retailers throughout the months of October and November.
"This program is a wonderful incentive for people to dispose of old cookware in an environmentally friendly way," said Chantal CEO and founder, Heida Thurlow. "Chantal has always utilized environmentally sensitive manufacturing processes and materials and has been a pioneer in local recycling efforts for the last 25 years. Trading In old cookware is a great opportunity to replace it with a quality product that looks timeless, offers the healthiest cooking surface available and comes with a lifetime warranty."
The Chantal Copper Fusion collection (pictured above in chili red) combines the heat conductivity of copper with the health benefits and natural stick-resistance of top-quality enamel. Made in Germany, this cookware is safe to use with all utensils, including metal, and can go from stovetop to table, and then directly into the refrigerator or freezer. The tempered-glass lids allow for easy monitoring of cooking, and stay-cool handles provide a seamless interior surface. All pieces are dishwasher safe, and are perfect for all stove types, including magnetic induction.
Chantal retailers in cities such as New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Denver, Seattle and more will collect traded in cookware for donation or recycling depending on the usability. For more information about the Chantal Cookware Trade-In program go to www.chantal.com/tradein.html.
For more information on Chantal or Heida Thurlow, visit www.chantal.com.
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