Meyer cookware from Abans

CEYLON TODAY | Published: 2:00 AM Sep 25 2021
FT Meyer cookware from Abans

Most cookware ranges are either non-stick to fry food like eggs and noodles, or stainless steel for steaming and searing purposes. The Meyer Accent Series combine ultra-durable nonstick aluminium and heavyduty stainless-steel pieces, along with their signature universal lid – so they can be high-performing, useful and attractive in every way. The Accent Series range includes frypans, saucepans, stockpots, saute pans, covered stir fry, chef’s pan and more – of different sizes and volumes to suit cooking requirements. 

The Accent Series 6 Piece Essentials Set is the minimalist manifesto that lets you cook everything you need with the fewest possible pieces. This handy kit features tough, hard anodised non-stick aluminium, boiloverreducing design, ultraceramic reinforced, triplebonded non-stick finish, patented universal stacking lid system, super comfortable silicone handles and drip-free flared rims – and is dishwasher and oven safe, plus induction-capable. Meyer finds its roots in Hong Kong, starting off in the 70s, with the vision of making cooking easier and more rewarding for home cooks everywhere. 

This amazing dream was achieved over the years, as the brand has grown to become the second-largest cookware manufacturer in the world, with 11 factories running globally and distribution in over 30 countries. Having reinvented and reimagined cookware for half a century, Meyer knows what it takes to create products that are thoughtfully designed and expertly made. Meyer is well-known for its long-lasting durability, high quality of materials, and superior functionality – which is why Sri Lankans always choose Meyer cookware for their kitchens. You can select from a range of incredible designs like the Centennial, Cook’N Look, Radiance, Skyline II, Stainless Steel Hotpot, Open Frypan and many more. Meyer cookware is available at any Abans showroom island wide and

CEYLON TODAY | Published: 2:00 AM Sep 25 2021

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