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In a time where there has never been more emphasis on what we eat and how much we eat it’s great to know that there’s a range of products that can help take the stress out of healthy eating. Whether you are cooking for 1 or 20, for pleasure or just looking after yourself Salter has some exciting products that include features you wouldn’t expect from kitchen scales.

For the home Chef that takes their cooking seriously models such as the Aquatronic scale take the guess work out perfecting that recipe. Features such as dishwasher safe Stainless Steel platform that means you can place the ingredients directly onto the scale, no need for a bowl. A read out that converts between millimeters and fluid ounces and automatically adjusts for use with most bowls or containers. (Model – 3009, $149.95)

If your recipes are a little more simple such as cakes or muffins then maybe the Salter Add & Weigh Stainless Steel jug scale is more your size. The stainless steel jug sits on top of the simple to use rotating dial scale. With an “add & weigh” feature and cleaver design that enables the jug to fit over the scale for storage it’s a must have for the serious kitchen. (Model – 099SS, $59.95)

For those of us watching what we eat, the Salter Nutritional scale will make the job of calorie counting easy than ever before. This feature packed scale can weigh and track your nutritional intake. By analyzing over 800 different foods, ingredients and liquids it can also calculate calories, fat, cholesterol, fibre, protein, sodium and carbohydrate content, just by measuring them! With high quality Stainless Steel weighing pan and a 10 year guarantee the Salter Nutritional scale is an investment in you well being. (Model – 1400, $129.95)

The Salter name:
By 1825 his nephew George had taken over the company, which became known as George Salter & Co. and later established a large, well equipped manufacturing site in the town of West Bromwich. From here the company produced a wide variety of scales including the UK'S first bathroom scale! Other items were added to the range, including irons, mincers, potato chippers, coin-operated machines and another 'first' for the UK, the typewriter.

The business thrived throughout the 1900s and by 1950, employed over 2000 people, still in the same area and owned by the same family. Then, in 1972 the company was purchased by Staveley Industries Plc and was split into separate subsidiaries, housewares, industrial etc. relocating as required.
In the late 1980s, and early 90s Staveley acquired more businesses world-wide to form a new 'weighing group' including the Weigh-Tronix company of America, and in 1998 after a management buy out, this became the Weigh-Tronix Corporation, with Salter Housewares a part of that. The focus of the new corporation however was increasingly towards industrial or commercial weighing, so on February, 2002, the management team at Salter Housewares Ltd, backed by Barclays Private Equity, bought the company out from the group, to concentrate on its consumer businesses.

So rapid was the growth over the next two years that the company became an attractive acquisition target, and consequently in March 2004 was sold to the US-based HoMedics company, leaders in the "personal wellness" product category. In 2006, Salter Housewares USA and Taylor Precision Products Inc (also owned by HoMedics) merged together to combine sales, marketing, and distribution efficiencies to be more reactive to the changing retailer environment.
Located in the UK, USA, & Canada, with distribution to over 100 countries world-wide, still enjoying the #1 brand for bathroom scales in the UK and now part of the highly successful HoMedics group the company is now set for continued growth and product extension.

Why choose Salter Kitchen Scales -
Salter is an iconic brand in the scale and accessories category providing stylish, reliable and accurate kitchen scales to the Australian market.


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