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Master Group is awarded the first stainless-steel cookware in the world with Green Product Mark

Master Group is awarded the first stainless-steel cookware in the world with TÜV Rheinland's Green Product Mark. The testing and evaluation standards for TÜV Rheinland's Green Product Certification are mainly based on several dimensions: Corporate Social Responsibility, Environment Management, Hazardous Substances Control, Product Carbon Footprint (PCF) and Verification on Recycled Materials Content. This can help consumers and retailers efficiently identify environmentally friendly green products.

The testing conducted included multiple evaluations on Master Group's stainless-steel cookware, including corporate compliance, food-grade testing, product safety, carbon emission assessment, and harmful substance content, and awarded the world’s first stainless-steel cookware with Green Product Mark.

Master and TÜV Rheinland have formed a strategic partnership in Laboratory and Quality Control Center.

Master Group and TÜV Rheinland also held a strategic cooperation signing ceremony, wherein both parties will carry out exchanges and cooperation in areas such as laboratory capability enhancement, talent training, technological innovation, and equipment upgrading.

Over the past decade, the two parties have maintained close cooperation. TÜV Rheinland has awarded Master Group the LGA tested Quality Mark, the highest specification under the LGA mark series, signifying that Master Group's products meet the basic requirements of relevant laws and regulations and possess excellent quality and performance. In addition, TÜV Rheinland has also helped Master Group build an internal physical testing laboratory, providing it with precision, independent professional services.

In this era full of changes and challenges, sustainable development has become a global focus. With the continuous deepening of the country's 'dual carbon' strategy, in recent years Master Group has actively responded to the national call, taken multiple measures to accelerate industrial transformation and upgrading, and actively practiced the concept of green development.

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