6 Handy Kitchen Items That Make Great Promotional Products
The idea of cooking at home or having food delivered to your door isn’t new, but it’s never been more popular. People are tired of dining out because of the hassle and expense. Why go out when you can cook healthy meals without having to start from scratch—especially if it means avoiding extra calories found in fast casual restaurants or ordering an unhealthy pizza delivery?
However, meal kit subscription costs can add up too. The bottom line is, busy individuals still need quick meals on hand without having to spend a lot of money. Luckily, the other trend that continues year after year are handy kitchen items that make meal prep from scratch a snap! With this in mind, let’s talk about some promotional kitchen items that will deliver high ROIs for your clients.
The kitchen gadget trend isn’t just for adults. Kids love kitchen items that are age-appropriate and sized correctly. When the school year ends, you know the lemonade stands are coming! Get your clients’ logo added to this nifty hand-held kitchen gadget kids can call their own. This could also make a great end of the year gift from the PTO to encourage students to have a great summer.
How about some branded items geared toward the grill masters? If a client is looking to you for assistance on what they can give their employees at summer celebration, skip the company logo polo shirts. Instead, show them a grilling set that would feature their logo on the case.
The supplier, Logomark has interesting grilling BBQ sets that go up in cost as more tools and quality of products are increased. They also offer low minimum quantities.
Need a less expensive BBQ option? The branded Chef Digital BBQ Thermometer will help your clients help folks to stop over-cooking or undercooking their protein.
This is one of the most useful kitchen items around! This cotton oven mitt features a large imprint area and comes in four colors that work with a variety of logo: black, red, royal blue, and natural (beige). This a very reasonably priced branded option.
Idea: A butcher shop client purchases these to use as a giveaway when a customer spends $100 during grilling season.
The home chef will need a veggie peeler as they prepare the delicious new recipe they saved from Pinterest or TikTok.
Idea: A farm selling fruits and vegetables at a farmers’ market uses this peeler to promote their business. They announce on social media that the first 100 individuals who visit their booth will get this cool cooking gadget.
5. Cutting Boards
Cutting boards! With so many options for size and budgets, cutting boards available appeal to most client needs. A small bamboo option can be found here. A more standard size cutting board that will get a lot of use is this bamboo and silicone cutting board. The silicone helps it from moving as it is being used.
Idea: A cutting board given out as prizes during a chili cook-off. Finalists receive a laser-engraved cutting board with the logo and year of the event. What a fun reminder of an accomplishment and yearly tradition!
6. Chef’s Knife
One kitchen gadget that saves time is a solid and dependable chef’s knife. Nothing is more aggravating (or dangerous) than trying to cut with a dull knife. That’s why this CraftKitchen 7” Santoku Knife is a strong product with high ROI.
Food prep, kitchen or grilling-related promotional products are a great alternative to traditional items usually given out with logos on them. They’re handy, desirable, and reasonably-priced. Recommend these great kitchen items to your clients today!