Rival Rice Cookers Review

The Rival Company is a leading manufacturer and marketer of small household and personal care appliances, as well as commercial and industrial fans and ventilation equipment.

Rival was founded by Henry J. Talge in 1932. Rival's first product was a manual citrus juicer, called the Juice-O-Mat.

By 1945, Talge's son, Foster L. Talge, was general manager of the company at the young age of 34, and within four years he was president of the firm. Foster Talge expanded the product line, offering three types of wall can opens, five types of juicers, seven types of broilers, and two styles of ice crushers.

In 1948, the company made its first major acquisition, purchasing Waverly Products, Inc., makers of the "Steam-O-Matic" irons. Until then, the company had been producing 1,000 irons a day. From then on until the late 1990's, Rival was active as a manufacturer in the market world. Their products include personal care products, fans, space heaters and sump, well and utility pumps.

They had been a good manufacturer of kitchen and household items, too.

Occasionally, Talge saw a need for many products to make cooking and other food preparation procedures faster and easier. Thus, they started producing compact rice makers with long warmth ability.

Their rice cookers holds a lot of foods that it helps a cooking lover to get things done easily. The Rival rice cooker is simple to operate with Cook and Keep warm settings. With this rice cooker, you'll also get a stainless steel steaming basket for preparing fresh vegetables or dumplings.

This Rival rice cooker holds 20 cups of cooked rice. It features a brushed stainless steel exterior and comes with a removable bowl that's nonstick so there are no messes to clean up. As a leader in small kitchen electric cooking appliances, Rival's products are innovative, easy to use and clean, and make quick and tasty meals.