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From the kitchen to the table: Lock and Lock Introduces its Newest Cookware and Glassware Line

 Lock and Lock Introduces its Newest Cookware and Glassware Line 
 Lock & Lock has been helping Filipinos satisfy their love for food with the brand’s iconic airtight containers that provides ease in storing and transporting food. Now, this global brand goes straight to the Filipino home as it launches its own cookware and glassware lines.

Lock & Lock has been known as a brand the offers high-quality food containers that the Filipino family can use. Now, we introduce the CookPlus line and the Lock & Lock Glass line that offers Filipinos a safe, convenient, and healthy way to prepare and present their food,” shared Rafael Chua, President of Lock & Lock Philippines.

The CookPlus and Glass line offers a wide variety of products suited to different cooking and presentation needs. Aside from this, all the products are made of top class materials that promise durability, corrosion-resistance, constant brilliance, and long lasting non-stick coating for its cookware.

More than being made from high quality materials, the cookware and glassware lines were made with user in mind, with each product ensuring the health, safety, and convenience of Filipinos.

The CookPlus line is perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) free, which is a man-made chemical not naturally present in the environment. Most non-stick cookware have this chemical for better cooking quality. However, PFOA is transferred from the cookware to food, which puts people’s health at risk. Lock & Lock’s CookPlus line has found an innovative way to remove this chemical from its products while still providing its users quality cooking experience. Aside from being PFOA free, the cookware line is made of high quality ceramic which makes it easier for the product to conduct heat. This allows food to cook at a shorter amount of time and requiring less oil needed for cooking.

The Lock & Lock Glass line on the other hand is made from borosilicate glass. This makes the product durable and able to withstand varying temperatures, allowing Filipinos the convenience to easily transfer food from the freezer to the oven and straight on the dining table, without having to transfer containers.

Lock & Lock’s movement to go beyond containers and offering quality cookware and glassware is our response in recognizing the other food-related needs of Filipinos. Through our products, we not just offer products that are of high quality, but products that can make the cooking and eating experience a more convenient, healthy, and safe event for the Filipino family,” shared Chua.

Meanwhile, during the event there’s a cooking challenge where participants was from the group of the bloggers present during the launch and they were selected via a raffle draw. And the two lucky winners that will showdown their cooking skills in cooking pancakes, frying eggs & bacons were Ruth and Lou. Ha-ha. These two were also not even cooking. Ha-ha.

All in all, it was a fun event with lots of foods and exciting cooking game. Meanwhile, please enjoy these photos captured during the grand launch.

About Lock and Lock
Since the introduction of plastic storage ware, there have been minimal changes in the fundamental design of the container products. There were two major problems with current plastic storage ware, imperfect sealing and difficulty in opening and closing lids. Researchers at Hanacobi (L&L Co., Ltd.) have recognized the problem and after intensive research and development, Lock & Lock was invented. With revolutionary four locking mechanism and a resilient silicon seal, food is kept fresh for longer without having to worry about any leakage. With storage saving design and Microwave, dishwasher and freezer safe, Lock &Lock is a convenient way to organize any kitchen. Since its launch, Lock &Lock has acquired 1022 patents, trademarks and registration of design in 68 countries and is sold over 110 countries worldwide. Lock & Lock aims to continuously develop quality products that meet and exceed expectations of consumers.


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