Jamie Oliver and Tefal are commemorating the ‘ultimate partnership’ after 10 years working together to develop cookware.
As part of the celebrations, the housewares supplier has donated a range of pans to each of the celebrity chef’s Ministry of Food Centres, as well as to his Fifteen restaurant apprentices.
In 2003, Jamie began working with Tefal on a collection of frying pans which quickly became popular in the UK and all over the world. Since then, the range has grown to include stainless steel cookware, griddle pans, a cast iron collection and many other pieces. Jamie Oliver by Tefal products are now found in millions of homes internationally.
Tefal is strengthening the ties with Jamie by formally working with his Foundation to donate kitchen equipment and, in addition, Tefal supported Jamie’s Food Revolution Day 2013. This was a global day of action on May 17 for people to make a stand for good food and essential cooking skills.
Jamie said: “If you’ve got the right pans, you’re halfway there in the kitchen. That’s why I’m so proud of the ranges we’ve done with Tefal. Each set of pans has its benefits and all are top quality and will help you get consistently good results, every time.
“It’s also brilliant that Tefal are helping my Foundation with kitchen kit. Part of what the Ministry of Food centres do is to make sure that everyone who comes along leaves knowing that cooking is a pleasure – and it’s always more of a pleasure if you’ve got the right kit.”