You might be asking yourself if anyone still makes cookware here in America?, well the answer is yes, and we've put together a list of 22 manufacturers & brands, which includes large corporations, small companies and individuals.
The list includes companies that produce aluminum, cast iron, ceramic, glass & stainless steel cookware.
Some of these companies make their products from materials 100% manufactured here in America, but others also contain a percentage of materials sourced outside the USA. We've also rated the manufacturers on quality of workmanship & source of components.
Included are a few details about the companies with links to both the manufacturer and to retailers where you can get the latest prices, shipping costs, special offers & more, if available.
Lifetime Cookware has been made in the USA since Reynolds Metal began manufacturing the line in 1909. The West Bend Aluminum Company took over production of Lifetime Cookware in 1956. Today Lifetime Cookware is a product of West Bend Cookware by Regal Ware and is still manufactured in West Bend, WI.
In 2005, Tramontina USA established a factory in Manitowoc, Wisconsin. The manufacturing process provides a variety of options for finishes, such as hard anodized, colored ceramic-coated, colored porcelain enamel, bright multi-colored exterior and polished and satin commercial-grade aluminum alloy 3004.
They’re proud to be a part of the American-Made movement and the resurgence of companies committed to US-based manufacturing. As a trusted manufacturer of exceptional quality cookware for more than 100 years, their parent company, Regal Ware, has been pioneering this movement from the day it was founded.
From its own mill in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, All-Clad uses American craftsmen and American-made metals to produce a complete line of superior cookware. The innovative, high-performance bonded cookware that All-Clad is known for is handcrafted in the USA by American artisans using American steel.
100% American made in Wisconsin, USA by America's number one manufacturer of commercial kitchen equipment and cookware, est. 1874. Ameriware is a revolutionary new 3-layer system is internally reinforced with ceramic and titanium. It is the most durable non-stick system available today. It is tougher then any other non-stick system.
Their company’s home is in Brooklyn, NY, literally down the street from the late, great Waldow Co., the last pot maker from the heyday of coppersmithing in America. They got their start on the old Waldow tooling before designing Brooklyn Copper Cookware and is a true native of America’s foodie ghetto, hand-made down to the rivets in America, and ever more committed to sustainable manufacturing and super-low environmental impact.
The craftspeople from the United States and Italy who make every single piece of Made In Stainless Clad have been working with metal for centuries and produce the best product in the world. More than 50,000 pieces of their Stainless Clad have made it into happy homes and another 25,000 pieces are in the country's best kitchens.
In 2013, Viking became part of The Middleby Corporation, the largest commercial kitchen equipment manufacturer in the world. Tapping the resources and technological expertise of Middleby with Viking's own heritage in the residential market, they have transformed our products and reached new heights in customer satisfaction.
LloydPans® manufactures a wide variety of cookware in its 80,000 square foot facility in Spokane Valley, Washington. The unique, leading edge design, finish and durability were created by in-house engineers and built by a trained team of American workers. They are proud to be in your bakery, food manufacturing facility or kitchen.
ManPans Cookware, eco friendly, made in the USA. Manpans are truly revolutionary, spun out of aluminum then tempered, seasoned and anodized. Their release coating is a water-based, multi-layer, quartz-like finish that is permanently bonded making them safe up to 700 degrees Fahrenheit, ManPans finish won’t cook, chip or flake off.
360 Cookware is American made, owned and manufactured in their green e-certified factory in West Bend, Wisconsin. They’re recognized by the EPA and do not use any harsh chemicals while making their cookware or bakeware and believe in their quality so much that they offer a lifetime warranty.
Kitchen Craft Waterless Cookware is 100% American-made in West Bend, Wisconsin, and has been for over 100 years. Their cookware is crafted from American steel—the highest quality surgical stainless steel in the world, and their unique state-of-the-art design, finish and durability were engineered and constructed by a team of talented American workers.
For more than 100 years, cookware by Regal Ware has been produced in their Wisconsin manufacturing facility and is sold under a variety of brand names through direct-to-the-consumer channels, including Saladmaster®, Kitchen Fair®, Lifetime®, Classica®, and Royal Queen®. In addition, American Kitchen, 1919 Cookware and Christopher Kimball by 1919 Cookware, are available online and in select retail locations.
Solidteknics has recently launched the new 100% USA-made nöni™ stainless steel cookware, with the same patented seamless one-piece wrought construction as their chef-acclaimed Australian pans. Like Australia, they are rolling out the new nöni™ cookware first through crowdfunding site Kickstarter.
The Bundy Family own and operate the business out of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and proudly manufacture all baking pans, stoneware and cookware in the USA. They are committed to keeping manufacturing jobs with hard-working Americans, providing excellent customer service with representatives that are based in their home office, and offering a lifetime warranty.
Lodge Manufacturing Co. is the sole domestic producer of foundry seasoned cast iron cookware in the United States. Founded in 1896, the family owned company produces the largest selection of cast iron cookware on the market.
Proudly made in the USA, the American Bakeware Brand was inspired by their desire to design and create a forum for learning, sharing and evolving the art of cooking. Each piece in the American Bakeware Collection of ceramic bakeware dishes (ceramic casseroles, covered casserole dishes, ceramic pizza stones and rectangular casseroles, just to mention a few) are made using the highest-quality ingredients and most modern equipment. Also, their ceramic bakeware comes in beautiful colors.
Diversified Ceramics specializes in manufacturing vitrified china for the foodservice industry that is American-made, single-fired, and lead-free. From standard ovenware to the manufacturing of custom products for many chain accounts, their success has been based on exceptional quality, value and service.
Created in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia in the American tradition of quality ceramics. They currently feature many different lines of ceramic pottery, including the beloved signature line, Field of Iris, a classic since 1977. Constantly evolving they add new patterns, glazes, and forms often, such as their new Onyx Black and Pearl glazes, a step back to the basics. All of their work is microwave and dishwasher safe, lead-safe cadmium-safe and ovenproof.
For almost 100 years, Pyrex has remained dedicated to designing new favorites that help cooks feel successful and confident in the kitchen. Today, Pyrex brand glassware products can be found in over 80% of American homes. Pyrex values their made in the USA heritage and continues to work hard to ensure that their products remain a mainstay in American kitchens for generations to come.
100% Pure & all-natural clay cookware. All natural clay cooks your food without any additives. Available for use on stove-top and oven. Miriams Earthen Cookware is made without the use of any chemicals, metals, oxides, glazes, enamels & toxins. Also, their pots have no lead, cadmium or arsenic.
Sites marked with the 100% icon indicates that their products are made in the USA using 100% domestically sourced materials. The other manufacturers in the list still assemble their products in America but a percentage of the materials are imported, possibly up to the entire product.
The manufacturers on this page might produce the same type of items in other countries as well. Many businesses alter their brand names, manufacturing practices or product designs with little or no notice, so if there are questions that still remain, we suggest contacting the manufacturer directly.
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