Whirlpool seals deal with Good Housekeeping
BENTON HARBOR, Mich. — Whirlpool brand's Whirlpool Gold Gas and Electric Ranges with TimeSavor Convection cooking systems earned the Good Housekeeping Seal from the Good Housekeeping Research Institute.
Whirlpool’s TimeSavor Plus True Convection cooking system and AccuBake temperature management system work together to circulate hot air over, under and around food, which allow the range to cook and bake dishes evenly.
The GHRI was founded in 1900 as the consumer product evaluation lab for Good Housekeeping Magazine. Products that receive the Good Housekeeping Seal are covered by a two-year limited warranty as part of the magazine's consumer policy.
"Whirlpool brand helps to simplify consumers' lives and the Good Housekeeping Research Institute has affirmed this by granting the Seal to our line of Whirlpool Gold ranges," said Andrea Smith, product brand manager of Whirlpool brand cooking and kitchen suites. "The intuitive technology in the ranges will not only ensure that your food comes out perfectly every time, but also make time spent in the kitchen shorter."