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Oneida Foodservice Brands Bring Form, Function and Dining Experience to 2015 NRA Show, May 16-18

LANCASTER, Ohio, May 14, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- EveryWare Global's (Other OTC:EVRYQ) portfolio of tabletop brands for prep, serve and store will have something for every taste in flatware, dinnerware, drinkware, hollowware and banquetware at this year's National Restaurant Association Show in Chicago. From the world's largest hotel and restaurant chains to cruise ships, industrial kitchens, caterers and small family restaurants, the extensive portfolio offers a range of products that can enhance any dining experience.

"We continue to grow our portfolio," said Sam Solomon, President and CEO of EveryWare Global. "The innovations, designs and brands being introduced at NRA 2015 reflect our commitment to meet and exceed customer expectations."

For catering, buffets and banquets, the innovative and highly functional Oneida® Strata™ collection is launching a brand new hammered texture for selected components in its line of buffet serving products. Bases, decks, lids and trays in the new hammered metal finish fit perfectly with existing interchangeable pieces from the Strata system, which can transform a buffet into a work of art. A new comprehensive selection of hammered metal hollowware accessories is also launching at NRA 2015 and is sure to be one of the most talked about foodservice product lines. The Staccato collection includes 20 different pieces, from salt & pepper shakers, to water pitchers, teapots and chafers.

For dining and place setting, four new flatware patterns from Oneida® - Fire, Cooper, Weston and Kennedy - will make their debut at the show, along with the Enclave flatware pattern from the Delco® brand. Oneida is also launching a new dinnerware collection at NRA that comes just in time for sunny summer days. Aquarelle, French for 'water colors', is a soft and sophisticated palette with a range of six pastel colors that form an elegant backdrop for antipasti, tapas, mezze and different varieties of oriental food. Oneida's Studio Pottery dinnerware collection introduces 'Blue Moss', a new textured blue glaze that provides a dramatic background for a variety of food presentation that is part of the growing trend in restaurants towards smaller portions and tasting menus. Other dinnerware products being showcased include the Tenor line from Saint' Andrea® and the new Chord design that adds texture to the popular Tenor shapes and styles; the Oneida Classic Coupe collection with new shapes and sizes for tapas and sharing, and the new Perimeter design of porcelain dinnerware from Oneida, which feature flat plates with a lower profile and no foot but all the practicality required in hospitality and foodservice. All of the new Oneida dinnerware collections feature the innovative, one-of-a-kind geometric white dot design on the underside of the plates, created to ensure that they do not scratch or metal mark on stainless steel surfaces or when stacked together, thus increasing the durability and longevity of each piece.

In glassware, the brand new The Magic of Colors collection of colored and color-decorated glassware from Stölzle will be available in a variety of both stemmed and stemless shapes and sizes. With the Elements tumbler design available in red, brown, olive, smoky blue, china blue, amber, green, lilac, purple and smoky grey, Stölzle offers a color to match any tabletop décor. The new Vino-Redux collection of barware, which is manufactured by re-purposing Anchor Hocking® wine bottles, will make its debut at NRA. The glassware offers the unique look and feel of vintage wine bottles in functional and attractive Made-in-America beverage shapes.

Joining the EveryWare Global team for the 2015 NRA Show will be Master Sommelier Madeline Triffon. Madeline is one of 214 professionals in the world who have earned the title of Master Sommelier and was the first American woman to pass the M.S. exam. She will be in the EveryWare booth to answer customers' wine questions, as well as demonstrating how stemware shapes can enhance the taste of any wine by using several different stems from Stölzle's beautiful Grand Cuvee collection of high performance, lead-free crystal glassware.

The Oneida / EveryWare Global products can be seen at booth #7207 at the NRA 2015 International Foodservice Marketplace being held May 16-19th at McCormick Place in Chicago.

About EveryWare Global:

EveryWare is a leading global marketer of tabletop and food preparation products for the consumer and foodservice markets, with operations in the United States, Canada, Mexico and Asia. Its global platform allows it to market and distribute internationally its total portfolio of products, including bakeware, beverageware, serveware, storageware, flatware, dinnerware, crystal, buffetware and hollowware; premium spirit bottles; cookware; gadgets; candle and floral glass containers; and other kitchen products, all under a broad collection of widely-recognized brands. Driven by devotion to design, EveryWare is recognized for providing quality tabletop and kitchen solutions through its consumer, foodservice, specialty and international channels. EveryWare was formed through the merger of Anchor Hocking, LLC and Oneida Ltd. in March of 2012. Additional information can be found at www.everywareglobal.com, www.oneida.com, and www.foodservice.oneida.com.

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CONTACT: For further information or photos, contact: EveryWare Global, Inc. Barb Wolf 740-681-6179 Kerry Morgan 740-681-6344

Source:EveryWare Global Inc.