MIAMI, January 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Kalorik, a kitchen and appliance innovator, has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Emeril Lagasse (Emeril Everyday) and Tristar Products, based in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida. The suit was filed in the United States Federal Court for the Northern District of Florida. The offending product is the Emeril Lagasse French Door 360 AirFryer.
The offending product is the Emeril Lagasse French Door 360 AirFryer.
Uri Mourad, CEO of Kalorik, stated that “to gain an unfair advantage in the small appliance market, where Kalorik has been an innovator and continues to lead, Emeril Lagasse (Emeril Everyday) and Tristar Products are infringing Kalorik’s patents covering our engineered French window air fry ovens designed.” Murad added, “In defending its patent portfolio, Kalorik is committed to protecting its employees, customers, retailers, products and reputation. for a determination of infringement, an injunction against the subsequent sale and use of the offending product in United States, and an award of appropriate damages.
Kalorik’s long history of innovation in small household appliances dates back to Belgium in 1930, where the company founder invented one of the first electric toasters Europe and has since become a true pioneer in its industry, known for its commitment to superior engineering and cutting-edge product innovation. Kalorik launched the first toaster in 1930 and developed and delivered other revolutionary small appliances in the decade that followed. Kalorik’s patents today cover a wide range of technologies and applications, from air fryers to air fryer oven racks, and more.
Established in Belgium in 1930, Kalorik quickly marketed one of the first electric toasters Europe and has since become a true pioneer in its industry, known for its commitment to superior engineering and cutting-edge product innovation. The original leader in small appliances and kitchenware, Kalorik is featured on the web, on TV around the world and has partnered with world-renowned brands, artists and influencers. Kalorik continues to build on its legacy by developing breakthrough technologies with the simple goal of making our lives easier and healthier than ever. To learn more, visit www.kalorik.com.
Craig L. Hammon
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