All the Best New Kitchen Products That Dropped in March

updated Mar 28, 2024
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I’m sure my colleagues will agree with me when I say my email inbox gets flooded each month with what feels like dozens of new product launch alerts. We all do our best to sort through them and pick out the most exciting ones to put on your radar, whether it’s a new Le Creuset cookware color or a mixing bowl bundle that makes meal prep a breeze. Still, we thought it would be helpful to compile a list of new drops every month, as you might find some of the items in the roundup to be just as important and exciting as those we cover in individual posts. Today, we’re continuing with the best launches of March. This month was perhaps best punctuated by all of the spring sales that took place mid-way through, but there were also plenty of new product drops that we can’t wait to share with you. Below, see the just-released picks from editor-loved brands that’ll spice up your pantry and help simplify your day-to-day.

1 / 10
Joseph Joseph
$90.00

You might know Joseph Joseph best for its ingenious kitchen storage solutions. Recently, the brand also released a line of cookware that's pretty brilliant in itself. The offerings include this 8" frying pan, which boasts a non-stick and non-toxic ceramic coating and an inward-folding handle for ultra-easy storage. The pan is even oven-safe up to 450ºF!

2 / 10
Grove Collaborative
$6.78
was $7.99

We swear by Grove Co.'s multi-purpose surface cleaner for countertops, windows, floors, and just about every other home surface. Now, the concentrate comes in three enticing new scents: Fresh Pomelo, Wild Mint, and Sea Spray. Any one of these will make your home look and feel clean without proving overwhelming.

3 / 10
Le Creuset
$160.00

Le Creuset's Alpine collection is here just in time for the warmer weather, and it has everything you need for outdoor cooking. With this cast iron skillet, for example, you can cook a variety of eats over an open flame, regardless of whether you're sautéing, searing, or, stir-frying. You can also place the skillet atop your grill; its loop handles allow you to move it over the grates without accident.

4 / 10
Brightland
$40.00

Brightland's Castelvetrano olive oil actually launched a few years ago and sold out in just eight days, so we were thrilled to see that it had been restocked in March. Made from hand-harvested Castelvetrano olives, the oil serves as a perfect finishing touch on everything from homemade bread and pasta to braised dishes, salads, and more. Plus, the bottle, itself, is pretty enough to display.

5 / 10
East Fork
$88.00

We always look forward to seeing East Fork's seasonal colors, and their spring shades do not disappoint. You can now shop fan-favorite pottery dishware — like this popcorn bowl — in Daylily, a bold orange, and Lamb's Ear, a soothing sage. Of course, the colors look great paired together, so pick up a few pieces in both!

6 / 10
Jot
$26.00

If you've never tried any of Jot's concentrates, just know that they're the most convenient way to enjoy coffee. I recently tried the limited-edition Chocolate Hazelnut flavor and found it to be rich, smooth, and incredibly tasty. For spring, the brand also released a seasonal flavor, which shines with notes of stone fruits and floral sweetness.

7 / 10
Our Place
$150.00

In updating their original bestselling pan, Our Place improved the Always Pan 2.0 to be able to handle 10 different cooking tasks, including frying, sautéing, steaming (courtesy of the included steamer basket), and more. This multipurpose tool is made with a nonstick ceramic coating that we found worked supremely well when we tested it. Now, you can snag it in the limited-edition Crescent color, which the brand released in honor of Eid this year.

8 / 10
Dorai Home
$75.00

Unlike traditional dish drying pads, which can quickly become grimy and gross, Dorai's new over-the-sink dish pad is sleek and quick-drying, not to mention perfect for small kitchens. Commerce SEO writer Haley loves its stone material and sturdy construction, among other features. "I love how easy this dish pad is to roll up and store away, how it can hold my heaviest pots and pans without a doubt, and how quickly it dries my dishes," she wrote. Indeed, when your dishes are done drying, you can simply store the pad in a drawer.

9 / 10
Hedley & Bennett
$95.00

Popular apron brand Hedley & Bennett frequently delights us with cool collabs. For their latest, they teamed up with tinned fish brand Fishwife to come up with this blue number. In addition to its colorful straps, the apron also features cute little embroidered sardines in two spots. It's a solid gift choice for home chefs who don't take themselves too seriously.

10 / 10
Levain Bakery
$29.00

You don't need to be a New York local to enjoy Levain Bakery's spring cookie. Instead, you can order a four-, eight-, or 12-pack of the new lemon cookies straight to your door. It's the perfect sweet and light bite for the season, and it comes beautifully wrapped in Levain's signature blue ribbon.