Chef Remi Announces New Product - The Utility Knife

Chef Remi adds a new item to their popular kitchen accessories line

LOS ANGELES, Dec. 8, 2017 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Chef Remi recently announced a new addition to their kitchen products range; the Chef Remi Utility Knife.

They responded to an earlier customer survey which highlighted the problems customers were having when using kitchen knives.

"My chef's knife is great for most jobs in the kitchen, but I find it cumbersome when I'm deboning small portions of meat or fish."

"I use my Chef Remi Paring Knife for deseeding and coring fruit and vegetables, such as strawberries, but I find it's a but small for deseeding large items, such as bell peppers."

Chef Remi is 100% committed to designing genuine quality kitchen tools to support busy parents that take the time to cook for their family. "We realized that some of our customers needed help when preparing items that were too large for a paring knife, and too small for chef's knife.

"We have created a knife that will end their problems:

  • Razor sharp, curved 5.5 inch blade that is larger and more robust than a paring knife, but still nimble compared to a chef's knife
  • A sharp spear point allows easy deseeding and deboning
  • A weighted blade for an even balance when slicing to feel like an extension of your hand
  • An ultra-sharp, food-grade stainless steel blade with added chromium for a lifetime of rust-free use."

"We wanted to show our customers that, with the right knife to hand, slicing, chopping, deseeding and deboning is easy with the Chef Remi Utility Knife!"

Chef Remi believes that families are the centerpiece of society, and communities are stronger when they sit down together, even if it's over a quick, wholesome meal. "We believe that every child deserves a home cooked meal with a family who loves them."

Media Contact: Rhett Lewis, Simply LBS Ltd, 3105987384, rhett@simplylbs.com

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SOURCE Chef Remi



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