Posted 27th Nov 2018

Insinkerator gains Good Housekeeping Institute approval

By KBBDaily on 27th November 2018 - 13:34pm
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Insinkerator’s Evolution 250 food waste disposer, pictured, has gained Good Housekeeping Institute-approved status, which is awarded to products that have passed consumer quality assessment tests conducted by Good Housekeeping Institute experts.

“The Insinkerator Evolution 250 food waste disposer benefits from a design that is simple as well as effective,” said Good Housekeeping Institute. “It is very straightforward to use, and we were impressed by the speed and efficiency with which it disposed of food.”

Insinkerator Europe and Russia marketing communications manager Anne Kaarlela added: “We are thrilled that the Evolution 250 food waste disposer has achieved the highly sought after accolade from the Good Housekeeping Institute.

“In addition to highlighting its superior performance, ease of use and design credentials, we hope the endorsement can support our trade partners when encouraging their customers to invest in an Insinkerator food waste disposer.”

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