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Celebrity Chef Launches Kitchen Line (Exclusive)

Celebrity Chef Launches Kitchen Line (Exclusive)

Kitchen and cutlery manufacturer Cambridge Silversmiths has signed a licensing agreement with chef and host of The Food Network’s “Restaurant: Impossible” Robert Irvine.

Under the new license, Cambridge will be developing a full collection of kitchen prep, cutlery and hydration products including utensils, mixing bowls, cutting boards and bar accessories inspired by Irvine.

The Cambridge license was created by The Brand Liaison, Robert Irvine’s licensing agent.

“Every great meal starts with careful preparation and the right kitchen tools,” says Irvine. “I’ve spent countless hours working closely with Cambridge Silversmiths to create durable, eye-appealing kitchen products that make meal prep easier than ever and help users create restaurant-quality dishes at home.”

Robert Irvine products from Cambridge will be available at retailers in spring 2019, including promotions at the Chicago Housewares show and NY Table Top show.

“We are excited to welcome Robert Irvine to the Cambridge family and introduce his new collection together,” says Eric Fine, vice president, Cambridge Home. “Robert’s focus on innovation in the kitchen, healthy living and his support for our military, combined with Cambridge product design, development and sourcing will be a winning combination."

Irvine’s roster includes Fit Crunch nutrition bars, as well as healthy meals and snacks under the brand Robert Irvine Foods. The Brand Liaison continues to expand Irvine licensing, including licensing opportunities for cookware, table-top, and appliances, as well as fitness products.

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