Watch as Chatelaine Style Director Vanessa Taylor Introduces the 2016 Products of the Year on Breakfast Television.
Here’s a shortcut to saving time and money: Look for the Product of the Year seal, which is your cue to purchase with confidence. Each year, Product of the Year Canada accepts new entries from the makers of newly launched products that exhibit first-rate quality and innovation in function, packaging or design. A jury of industry experts selects the finalists, which are then evaluated by 7.000 Canadian consumers. This year, 36 items were awarded the coveted Product of the Year seal. Here are eight of these exception products.
The results are in for the 2016 Product of the Year Canada awards. We’ve rounded up our favourite family-friendly picks from this year’s winners.
While we love telling you which products we’ve discovered around the office and added to our repertoires, there’s another category of goodies we’re thrilled to share: the Canada’s 2016 Product of the Year picks. Unlike our editor’s picks, these annual honours award the goods deemed top of their class by consumers themselves and along a variety of categories. Thousands of participants in Canada offered their opinions to rate their favourites finds in both quality and innovation. We’ve rounded up five of the best beauty buys granted the Product of the Year seal of approval for 2016, from volumizing nail polish to hydrating gel cream.
These winners from the annual Product of the Year awards are capitalizing on some of the biggest consumer trends right now
With the nonstop pace of product launches today, modern consumers can be overwhelmed by choice—and for beauty experts, recommending items sure to please them can be equally challenging. So which new launches impress shoppers the most with their inventiveness? That’s the question the Product of the Year Awards aims to answer. The annual program recognizes the best new-to-market launches based on innovation in design, function and/or packaging, spanning a wide range of product categories.
The 2016 Product of the Year winners were voted on by 7,000 Canadians and a jury of industry experts. Here are six kitchen picks that caught our eye.