|In 1983, a metal-working plant in the small town of Fesches le Chatel France reopened after two years of shutdown. The owners hired a management consultant, Bernadette Dodane, to help revive the business. Later, she and her husband Paul, an engineer with Peugeot, purchased the business and introduced new concepts in cook and serve cookware. including development of magnetic stainless steel for use with induction heating, removable handles to enable oven cooking, ease of storage and dishwashing, and stackable pans for space savings.We at Gallic Traditions were among the first to offer Cristel to the American market, starting in 2007. We use Cristel in our own kitchen and highly recommend it to others. In honor of the 30th anniversary of Cristel and in observance of both US and French independence days we are offering 30% off the retail price for all Cristel sets, and 10% off of individual items.To take advantage of the Discounts, go to http://stores.gallictraditions.com/-strse–dsh–Cristel-Cookware/Categories.bok . Prices are marked 10% off. To receive an additional 20% discount on sets, select them at http://stores.gallictraditions.com/-strse–dsh–Cristel-Cookware-Sets/Categories.bok and use the Promotion Code Cristel30 at checkout.
This offer is good through French Bastille Day, July 14, 2013. To learn more go to this link and see our video
Cristel French Cookware