From Mirrored Porcelain Plates to 3D-Printed Eco Sponges

By: Laura McQuarrie - Jul 26, 2015
Just as many consumers are looking to whip up invigorating food and drink recipes in the summer months, the top July 2015 kitchen products reflect a craving for ideas that are just as refreshing.

Some of the most novel ideas include quirky watermelon pizzas, eco-friendly pods for storing produce and bespoke dish designs that are only meant for serving a specific food item.

With the aid of technology, some of the most impressive kitchen innovations include the Freescale Semiconductor microwave, which promises not to zap flavor when heating up dishes. Additionally, Korean design firm BnK created a number of 3D-printed sponges to prove that tools for kitchen cleaning can be environmentally and aesthetically pleasing as well as practical.