Despite the fact the brand Tomorrow’s Kitchen was founded in 2016, its assortment contains award-winning products older than the brand itself. One of these products is the iconic Pineapple Slicer invented in 1992. Although the idea is 25 years old, it kept evolving, resulting in a product used all over the world. An incredible history, from one single idea to a worldwide best-seller being used in millions of household.
Tomorrows Kitchen will focus exclusively on innovative kitchen and table items that can be used during the preparation of foods, but also allow consumers to enjoy themselves at the dining table. The word ‘Tomorrow’ has a double meaning. It is expressing the innovative character of the products as well as the company’s social values in which high value is being given to our future responsibility to society. The production and assembly is mainly based in the Netherlands or within European borders, which assures all Tomorrow’s Kitchen’s customers of high quality products.
Tomorrow’s Kitchen believes its growth should derive from its own capability to introduce truly new products to the consumers throughout the world. The introduction of unique products with an added value enables Tomorrow’s Kitchen to offer something extra to both consumer and retailer. Next to offering something extra when it comes to products, Tomorrow’s Kitchen also add something extra when it comes to the complete enjoyment experience.
Everyone knows how to cook a meal or how to set the table. Making this a festive occasion is a whole different kind of cookie. That’s where the products from Tomorrow’s Kitchen will come in handy but also the new website stuffed with recipes, tips & tricks and many great articles that will color your table and spice up your kitchen! No longer just products, but providing the complete experience. Informing and stimulating consumers to live a healthy lifestyle but also to share this with family and friends.
Part of Dutch Creative Brands
Dutch Creative Brands is a Dutch family-owned company that operates in over 85 countries throughout the world. The company which originates from the invention of the Vacuum Wine Saver in 1986, specializes in the development, production & distribution of innovative houseware products. All products developed by Dutch Creative Brands are either positioned under the brands Vacu Vin & Tomorrow’s Kitchen or part of a special development program for other companies. DCB is continuously looking for new additional brands to expand its portfolio in order to be a market leader in innovative housewares.
With creativity, flexibility, quality & social responsibility being the core values of DCB, the company wants to make sure it fulfills the needs of every customer. Whether they are consumers impressed by the product quality and comfort of use in daily life or retailers throughout the world that enjoy the support given that will increase sales and offer the optimal solution for both instore as online sales, DCB focusses on the complete process from design until finally reaching the end consumer.
DCB’s current portfolio of brands offers a complete range of innovative barware, kitchenware and tableware. From high-level department stores to mass-market supermarkets, DCB’s portfolio is able to offer products that fit its customer’s retail strategies including suitable POS materials.
All brands belonging to the DCB have a constant stream of new innovations varying from 10-20 products each year. An in-house design team is constantly working on tomorrow’s gadgets with a clear focus on functionality in design.
DCB is prepared to be as flexible as possible for its partners due to the fact there is only one common goal: to build the brands and reaching their maximum potential. This flexibility results in tailor-made display solutions, supplying private label branded products and even designing special products for larger partners within or outside DCB’s distribution channel.
Made in Europe
DCB is committed to deliver innovative products, made from high-quality materials which are mainly produced within DCB’s in-house social work facility in the Netherlands and at the same time focusing as much as possible on production partners within the European borders.
The core family values on social responsibility have been put to life in DCB’s in-house social work facility. DCB’s focus is to help people that are not capable to work in an ordinary work environment, so they can recover their self-esteem and still be of great value to society.
The importance of social responsibility is not only limited to DCB’s production facility, the company also initiated its own foundation called Sharing Success, which helped already over 50.000 disabled children in developing countries.
At DCB we are convinced that social as well as environmental responsibility is needed in order to fulfill the long term needs of our generation and the next to come…