Sustainability and Housewares: A Trend for Consumers Today
Updated: Mar 6
The Inspired Home Show was to take place in Chicago on March 13-17. Unfortunately, it has now been cancelled due to the ongoing spread of Covid-19 (Coronavirus) overseas and in the United States. Typically at this event, vendors line up to show the most innovative wares that consumers can use in their homes. Trends in retail suggest that today’s consumers want more than just aesthetics. IHA’s Home Show reminds us that products must also be sustainable, inspire healthy living, and be innovative. Here’s a look at some of the products you might find at The Inspired Home Show:
One product to assist Americans with sustainability in the home while also meeting individual dietary needs and restrictions is Chef’n Nut Milk Maker. With an expertly designed carafe and reusable filters, this a perfect addition for any non-dairy home that wants to be more sustainable.
When it comes to washing your kitchen wares, Bottle Bright, a natural cleaner, offers a natural cleansing tablet that fights grime without any soap or scrubbing. Bottle Bright dissolves cutting down wash-time and effort.
Healthy living innovations like Zoku Neat Stack food storage will also be present at the expo in March. These containers are expertly designed to create a safe airtight seal to store food. They also come with a freezer ice pack that can be used inside or on top of the stackable food storage containers, keeping them in the right temperature range. Using these containers helps families support health and happiness in the home, starting with how they store their food in the kitchen.
These exciting examples of sustainable, practical, healthful products are just a few examples of what you might find at the Inspired Home Show. Come join us next year at the Inspired Home Show 2021 from March 13th – 16th at Chicago’s McCormick Place Complex or contact us today.