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Grand Cuisine by Electrolux Professional launches in the United States
Grand Cuisine, by Electrolux Professional – the first professional cooking system designed for the world’s finest homes – is now being officially introduced in the United States.
Developed by Electrolux after in-depth research revealed a gap in the market and a true consumer desire to recreate restaurant quality food at home, Grand Cuisine represents a breakthrough category in the kitchen industry, revolutionizing cooking at home by combining sleek design with state-of-the-art technology that empowers everyday domestic chefs to achieve world-class results.
Leveraging the expertise behind Electrolux range of professional products – which is the preferred choice for over a third of the world’s Michelin-starred chefs – a development team of professional chefs and leading technology experts evolved the design in order to perfect the performance and functionality of Grand Cuisine.
The brand has already been established in the kitchens of the world’s most exclusive homes and restaurants in Sweden, UK, Italy, Denmark, Switzerland, Spain and Russia. In the US, Grand Cuisine can be seen at Smallbone by Devizes flagship showroom in New York City. It was launched with the help of chef ambassador Magnus Nilsson (pictured), known from the Fäviken restaurant in northern Sweden.
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