Cuisipro comprehensively outscores its competitors
March 08 2011
Independent testing by top chefs confirms that Cuisipro Cookware is amongst Australia's leading cookware brands.
Testing on six leading brands conducted at the respected ‘Learn, Cook, Dine’ cooking school in Brisbane in late 2010 revealed that Cuisipro comprehensively outscored its competitors on a range of key indicators including design, ergonomics and price.
Launched in Australia last year, Cuisipro has been cooking up a storm with its stainless steel cookware. Developed in Canada it features a new 21CT stainless steel composition from Japan that has removed nasty nickel and molybdenum. Most importantly, this results in superior performance and durability.
Rigorous testing performed by a panel of chefs late last year, including internationally awarded chef and author Alison Taafe and Learn-Cook-Dine’s co-owner Paul Mills, showed that Cuisipro’s 5 Ply bonded technology had the most even spread of heat, was the most comfortable to use, and was the best value for money. Overall Cuisipro won the most points across 16 key variables.
“Cuisipro have spent a lot of time and money creating the next generation of cookware that includes safer materials, improved performance, design and energy savings,” says Stephen Loughlin from Zimba, Cuisipro’s Australian distributor.
“The tests conducted by myself and Alison were rigorous. It wasn’t until we tallied results, that clearly Cuisipro was the overall winner. It felt good, cooked well and the clean up was quick!” Paul Mills.
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