Electrolux Newsroom Asia Pacific

Electrolux launches Social Food Swap in Singapore to reduce food waste

How much food did you throw away yesterday? It may not be much, but it contributes to Singapore’s food waste problem, which hit a high of 809,800 tonnes in 2017 . Households have been cited as a major source of food waste. A household waste study by the National Environment Agency (NEA) found that food […]

Electrolux unveils Taste Platform powered by SideChef

Electrolux in Asia Pacific today announced a strategic partnership with the smart recipe platform SideChef that will be powering the leading global appliance brand’s new digital Taste Platform, starting with the Electrolux Life mobile app. Announced at RISE 2018 conference, this first-of-its-kind partnership will allow Electrolux and SideChef to pioneer innovations together to build smart kitchens of the future.

Electrolux and Midea launch AEG brand in China

The brand was officially launched at the Appliance & Electronics World Expo in Shanghai on March 8, at an event attended by senior management of both companies and hundreds of guests, media and industry professionals.

Electrolux Malaysia launches initiative to address Food Waste at Home

In line with the findings of the Electrolux Asia Pacific Food Waste at Home Survey, which indicates that 77% of Malaysians waste food at home, the company will launch “MY Happy Plate” campaign on social media to encourage Malaysians to be more food waste aware. For every three pledges to stop the wastage, Electrolux Malaysia will donate a “MY Happy Plate” food bundle to a family in need.

80% of households in Asia Pacific regularly waste food at home

Regional Electrolux Food Waste at Home survey shows that while most households view food waste as an important issue, less than half actually think about it in their own homes

Don’t Leave Your Clothes High And Not Dry

The clothes dryer is a standard household fixture in most Western countries and locales with changing seasons.

NutriFresh Fridges Make It Cool Not To Waste

Are you one of the 77 percent of Singaporeans who regularly waste food at home, according to the National Environment Agency? If so, it’s not too late to make haste in reducing waste!

One-Ingredient Wonders

“One” is not the loneliest number when it comes to one-ingredient meals that go a very long way towards reducing the 788,600 tonnes of food waste generated each year in Singapore – daily, that translates to the weight of 108 fully loaded double decker buses.

DIY Diwali

Although it’s so easy to shop for Diwali essentials, such as henna and rangoli, making these at home, especially with family and friends, livens up the spirit of the ancient Hindu festival of lights.

How To Rock Oktoberfest

Short of hopping onto the next flight to Munich, the home of Oktoberfest, stay in your kitchen and whip out traditional favourites without breaking the bank or your back.