You might have deduced that, by using a pressure cooker and cutting your cooking time in half or even three-quarters, you are also saving so much on fuel and LPG costs. If you aren’t such a genius to come up with the conclusion, you probably have heard of it. It doesn’t matter how you know now. What matters is that you know.
When you are looking for a really good pressure cooker which can guarantee that they are sticking to environmentally friendly manufacturing guidelines as well as ensuring that it does not have a negative effect on Mother Nature, the product to get is no other than Fagor.
Other companies manufacturing pressure cookers may claim that they, too, are friendly to Mother Nature. However, only Fagor pressure cooker can show numerous European product certifications as well as environmental stewardship awards.
Since Fagor has a division in the United States now, it is also a participant in the Energy Star program in the USA. This is a joint program between the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) and the DOE (Department Of Energy).
When you see products the energy star label (it is a blue sticker), it means that that specific product are practicing efficient energy methods to save money and protect the environment at the same time.
In the company’s mission statement, it clearly asserts that the only way to develop really good and high quality products which can be used by people is to ensure, also, that the resources used efficiently preserve the environment by saving energy.
Answer this: where else can you find this sort of social and environmental sense of responsibility from a huge company? Admit it: nowhere else but Fagor.
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