An old Korean kitchenware brand called Roland Kitchenware is being discontinued.
Anna Gare Kitchenware was one of its first creations and the brand was well-known in Korea.
Annam, a Korean company, also made kitchenware for various Korean brands.
According to Annam founder and owner Lee Seok-joon, Roland has sold about 1 million kitchenware units worldwide since 2008.
Annami was a brand that was popular among young people and also for a time was a leader in the Korean kitchen industry.
According to the Annam website, the company has sold more than 25 million kitchen appliances.
The company also made the Kooku Kitchen, which is also a classic Korean kitchen tool.
In a statement to the Korean media, Annam said it is “sad to see the Roland brand end its manufacturing in the United States.
We are looking for a new brand to fill this gap.”
Annam Kitchenware sold well in Korea but its popularity declined when it switched to Chinese-made brands like the Jilin, according to a statement from the company.
Annami also made appliances for other brands, including the Chinese manufacturer Hao Kitchen, and in China it made appliances and was known as “Jinjia” (Chinese kitchen).
Annamy Kitchenware started in the 1960s, according the company’s website.
However, after it switched factories to China in 2009, Annami ceased production and started selling its kitchenware directly to customers.
“The Annam brand was one that had a lot of appeal for young people, and it was also very popular with women,” Lee said.
He said that Annam is still popular with Korean women, but has started to lose popularity in the West.
Lee said that the company was considering buying back Annam Kitchenwear to make up for lost sales, and he said it would continue to sell the brand.
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