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Liverpool, Merseyside, United Kingdom, 2009/10/23 - Kitchenware Express are delighted to announce a host of special packages in preparation of their Roasting Week event - KitchenwareExpress.co.uk.
Kitchenware Express, one of the U.K’s leading online retailers of kitchenware and cookware are delighted to announce a host of special offers in preparation of their Roasting Week event.
Taking place on the week commencing the 26th October, this week-long event is designed to encourage people to think about roasting as an alternative means of cooking food. This will be supported by a variety of offers on roasting tins and other cookware.
Over the course of this week, those purchasing cookware sets from the retailer will receive a free roaster. They have also launched a brand new roasting set, which includes a roaster, Yorkshire pudding tin and meat thermometer, making it ideal for those who want to create the perfect roast dinner.
The retailer are also offering the new Circulon roaster with rack for just £39, representing a saving of over £29 on the manufacturer’s RRP.
Launched in July 2009, Kitchenware Express (kitchenwarexpress.co.uk) is a brand new portal, showcasing the very best kitchenware and cookware from leading brands such as Anolon, Circulon, Meyer & Prestige. With a host of useful features, such as product comparison and buying guides, the site has been specially designed to be simple to navigate and use.
The company’s remit is to offer the very best in choice and value to customers, with the convenience of being able to order online. Constantly updated with the very latest special offers, customers enjoy significant savings on recommended retail prices and free delivery on all orders over the value of £35. A spokesperson for the company commented on these Roasting Week offers by saying:
“With winter and the festive season fast approaching, the classic roast dinner will be more popular than ever with families. These offers are ideal for those who are looking to add to or replace their existing cookware and roasting tins.”