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news Robert Dyas launches own-brand kitchenware


performance cookware and bakeware is all non-stick to make cooking and cleaning a breeze, and it’s all highly durable too, so it’ll last for years.”


Some of Robert Dyas’ own-


High street chain Robert Dyas has launched an own-brand range of kitchenware billed as ‘not only excellent quality, but boasting convenient features that’ll make everyday life that little bit easier’. Robert Dyas kitchen buyer Louise Lee said: “With our busy lifestyles, we want cooking and baking to be relatively quick and easy. Our own-brand


brand cookware is made from non-stick aluminium. There are also stainless steel options. Included in the collection are ‘everyday essentials’ such as the Robert Dyas Can Opener (£4.99), Robert Dyas Stainless Steel Pasta Server (£4.49, reduced from £5.99), Robert Dyas Pizza Cutter (£2.99, reduced from £3.99) and Robert Dyas Bamboo


Chopping Board (£5.99). The own-brand bakeware is described as heavy gauge, non-stick and fridge-, freezer- and dishwasher-safe. Examples include a loaf tin (£2.99), cake tin (£6.99) and flan tin (£5.99). The retailer has also added the new Joseph Joseph Duo (£4.49-£33.74) collection to its offer. Robert Dyas was founded in 1872 and was bought by entrepreneur Theo Paphitis in 2012. The company has over 90 stores, mainly in the south of England, and also operates 24-hours a day online.


BRC calls for action on card fees


The latest Payment Survey from the British Retail Consortium (BRC) shows that credit card spending overtook cash spending in 2018. Debit cards remain the most popular method of payment, accounting for almost three-in- five transactions.


BRC said: ‘The use of cash


payments has been falling steadily. Over the past five years, cash use has dropped from over half of all transactions in 2013 to under 40% in 2018. The value of those cash transactions has fallen from 28% to 20% during the same period.


‘Nonetheless, cash remains an important part of retail, particularly for many vulnerable people, and we are working to ensure the long- term viability of ATMs and reduce barriers that prevent many businesses from offering cashback to customers. ‘Card costs continue to rise


as retailers spent £1.3 billion with third parties, up £70 million from 2017. Each transaction costs retailers an average of 5.85 pence per transaction.


‘These additional costs are largely driven by the fees paid


Thermos UK teams up with homeless charity


Portable insulated food and drink container manufacturer Thermos UK has teamed up with a homeless charity in Leeds to provide flasks for hot drinks to keep rough sleepers warm during the colder nights. As homelessness in the


West Yorkshire region reaches record highs, Thermos UK wanted to make


a contribution. As a Leeds- based business, Thermos UK approached Simon on the Streets - an independent, local charity offering emotional and practical support on an outreach basis to rough sleepers across Leeds, Bradford and Huddersfield - to see how it could help. Both parties quickly


realised that there was an opportunity to provide rough sleepers with a flask that could be regularly refilled to keep a drink hot for up to 18 hours. Bearing in mind that many rough sleepers move around day to day, Thermos


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UK selected its ‘Light and Compact’ stainless steel 500ml flask, which is durable and easily transported. The charity is now in the process of distributing the flasks in the region.


Thermos UK managing


director Nick Kime commented: “We are delighted to support such a great charity. The level of homelessness in the region, let alone in the UK, is at a critical mass. Working with Simon on the Streets, we are happy to be able to play our part in supporting the work they do.”


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by businesses to credit and debit card companies, that increased by over 50% in 2018.’ The BRC is calling for action


to improve regulation of card payment fees, expanding and simplifying the regulation to cover the full range of transactions and prevent abuse by card companies.


Addis donates to animal rescue centre


Addis is a Pet Care Aware Family and was recently introduced to the work of the Diana Brimblecombe Animal Rescue Centre (DBARC) near Wokingham in Berkshire. Addis was involved in a promotion during National Pet Month, which ran from April 1 to May 6, to help support and raise awareness for DBARC. The housewares company has also donated £1,000 to the 'In Memory of Susie-Belle' appeal to help build a new rehabilitation unit which ‘helps dogs rescued from the squalid conditions of puppy farms adjust to a normal life with the help of simple everyday things like sofas and TVs. ‘It’s also a great place for the staff and


volunteers to spend valuable time with these traumatised dogs to teach them that humans can be kind, before they move on to their forever homes.’


DKB Household to distribute AdHoc


DKB Household will distribute premium German housewares brand AdHoc in the UK from January 2020. DKB’s parent company Diethelm Keller Group acquired a major stake in AdHoc Entwicklung und Vertrieb GmbH in June. AdHoc will be managed as an independent company within the Diethelm Keller Group. DKB Household global marketing & NPD


Ad Hoc Orient glass teapot


director Grant Race said: “AdHoc perfectly complements the other brands in the DKB portfolio: Cole & Mason, Zyliss, Culinare, Ken Hom and Jamie Oliver Kitchen Kit. “We are all really excited about adding this beautiful German designer brand to our assortment and selling it here in the UK. It is a perfect partner to our house brands and adds some great depth and breadth to our line-up.”


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