Tefal

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Tefal
Subsidiary
IndustryConsumer products
Founded1956
FounderMarc Grégoire
HeadquartersRumilly, Haute-Savoie, France
ParentGroupe SEB
Websitehttp://tefal.com

Tefal is a French cookware and small appliance manufacturer owned by Groupe SEB. Its name is a portmanteau of the words TEFlon and ALuminium. The company is known for creating the non-stick cookware category[1] and for frying products such as French fries more healthily with far less fat than is standard.[2]

In some countries like the United States, Tefal is also marketed as T-Fal.

Tefal also manufactures linen care products such as Steam Irons[3] and Garment Steamers.

In 2015, Tefal released the Tefal Cuisine Companion,[4] a machine that provides users with multiple cooking functions in one kitchen appliance.

In the UK, it is the owner of the Swan cookware brand. The brand is currently used under licence.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Tefal history". Tefal.co.uk. Retrieved 2011-10-19.
  2. ^ "Kitchen test: Tefal vs Breville low-fat fryers". www.lovefood.com.
  3. ^ "Steam Irons Innovation". www.tefal.co.uk.
  4. ^ http://www.tefal.co.uk/cuisinecompanion