Kuhn Rikon expands presence at MoMA Store

Novato, Calif. – The MoMA Store has added two Kuhn Rikon products to its cooks’ tools collection: the Citrus Tool and the Auto Deluxe Safety Lid Lifter.

“Our products look like works of art for the kitchen, so they’re totally at home in the MoMA Store, which has brought in a number of our Swiss-designed products over the years. They’re looking for form and function, plus the sales appeal of fresh, new and clever design concepts,” said Chris Robason, managing director of Kuhn Rikon USA.

The Kuhn Rikon Citrus Tool Colori is a compact all-in-one tool for slicing, reaming and garnishing. It features a super sharp nonstick Japanese carbon steel blade, a reamer for juicing any citrus and a channel knife for cutting long or short citrus strips for garnishing. The knife fits inside the reamer for safety and the channel knife tucks inside the handle.

The Auto Deluxe Safety LidLifter with an elegant stainless steel handle is the top of the line for Kuhn Rikon’s best-selling LidLifter collection. It attaches itself to a can and makes it easy to remove the lid, with no sharp edges.

MoMA Store says its offerings “[exemplify] good design with a well-edited selection of products highlighting the latest in materials, production, and design concepts from around the world” that are “innovative, fun and functional.”

Kuhn RikonThe Kuhn Rikon Citrus Tool Colori is a compact all-in-one tool for slicing, reaming and garnishing.

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