We all need cookware, and high-quality cookware can last a lifetime. Investing in a set of American made pots & pans is a great way to support American manufacturing. Made in the USA cookware also makes great gifts for weddings, bridal showers, and housewarmings.
This list of companies that offer made in the USA cookware has actually GROWN over years. It is so exciting to see an American made product category increase in the number of made in USA products! I am used to removing companies from our lists because they go out of business or move manufacturing overseas.
Hold onto this list of made in the USA cookware because it will surely come in handy when you are ready to replace a set of pots & pans or just a piece here and there.
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Made in USA Cookware
Eco Friendly Cookware: 360 Cookware
Now more than ever is the perfect time to take a deeper look at what you are using for pots and pans. 360 Cookware heirloom quality cookware is handcrafted in the USA. It is manufactured in an environmentally advanced factory which is located in Wisconsin, American's heartland.
Imagine the possibility of reducing 6,000 calories per month just by changing your cookware! 360 Cookware's innovative, waterless pots and pans generate a vapor seal that perfectly distributes temperatures and re-directs the natural moisture back into the food. All 360 Cookware pots and pans are made of T-304 Surgical Grade Stainless Steel, so your food never comes into contact with non-stick coatings and other potentially-hazardous elements that can seep into your food.
The ‘greenest’ thing that the manufacturer of 360 Cookware can do is make products that will never end up in a landfill. The LIfetime Warranty that consumers get when purchasing 360 Cookware, helps make sure that happens.
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Made in USA Cookware: Ultimate Source List for Pots & Pans
This list is constantly being updated, so check back often. Did we miss your favorite made in USA cookware company? Leave us a note in the comments section.
Made in USA Stainless Steel Cookware
- 360 Cookware stainless steel cookware and bakeware is made in Wisconsin by a family-owned company focused on one thing and one thing only—making heirloom quality cookware and bakeware in the most ethical and environmental manner possible. Learn more about 360 Cookware at the top of this post!
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- All-Clad cookware and ovenware is bonded, engineered and assembled in Pennsylvania. All-Clad’s “claded” ply- 3, 5, or the new 7 in stainless and MC2, along with copper core, and copper cookware is made in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania. NOTE: Only select All-Clad pots and pans are made in the USA. The non-stick pieces and their stainless lids are made in China. Shop All-Clad at Amazon.
- American Kitchen cookware is handcrafted in Wisconsin. American Kitchen offers a tri-ply stainless steel line and a cast aluminum line of non stick cookware. Visit the American Kitchen Amazon store.
- Belkraft International factory direct pans are manufactured in Tennessee. Belkraft International cookware is stainless steel and constructed with a unique 7 layer design.
- Heritage Steel titanium strength stainless steel cookware is made in Tennessee.
- Nordic Ware manufactures most of their bakeware products, like their baking sheets and bunt pans, in the USA. NOTE: Not all Nordic Ware products are American made. Check labels carefully! Visit the Nordic Ware Amazon shop.
- USA Pan is family owned and operated and manufactures professional quality stainless steel cookware and aluminized steel bakeware in Wisconsin. Visit the USA Pan Amazon shop.
- Viking is well known for its appliances, especially its ranges. Viking also offers a 5 Ply Professional line of made in USA stainless steel cookware. NOTE: Not all Viking pots and pans are American made, only this line is.
- Brooklyn Cooper Cookware collection of pots and pans is handcrafted in Brooklyn, New York.
- Duparquet Copper Cookware is handmade in Rhode Island.
- Hammersmith Cookware copper cookware is hand forged at their factory in New Jersey.
Cast Iron Cookware
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- Appalachian Cast Iron Company makes jeweled skillets of several sizes in Tennessee. It’s probably best known for its first design, the Great American Waffle Iron.
- Borough Furnace is a family-owned business where owners John and Liz actually make their own castings and machine their own tooling to make their cast iron cookware.
- Butter Pat Industries makes cast iron cookware with ergonomic handles that take stress off the wrist. Butter Pat Industries offers a 100-year guarantee.
- Field Company cast iron pans are lighter and have a smoother surface then typical cast iron products.
- Finex cast iron cookware is handcrafted in Portland, Oregon.
- Grizzly Cookware is a female-led, veteran-owned, North Carolina maker of nickel-coated cast iron cookware. These products are 100% made in the USA.
- Heritage steel makes stainless steel cookware sets and is made in the USA.
- Lancaster Cast Iron‘s new cast iron skillets just might bear the closest resemblance to the vintage Griswold skillet. These are made in southeastern Pennsylvania.
- Lodge is the oldest continuous manufacturer of cookware in America. Founded in 1896, Lodge has proven that cast iron cookware is timeless. Lodge cast iron cookware is made in Tennessee. Please note: Lodge enameled products are not American made. Visit the Lodge Amazon store.
- Made in cookware is made in the USA and has a variety of cookware sets in different materials such as stainless clad, non-stick, carbon steel, and enameled cast iron.
- Nest Homeware is based in Providence, Rhode Island. Nest cast iron cookware is bronze in color due to the flaxseed oil used in seasoning.
- Smithey Ironworks cast iron cookware is made in Charleston South Carolina.
- Stargazer Cast Iron is made in Pennsylvania and features a micro-textured surface.
- USA Pan is made in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and offers a variety of baking pans and other accessories.
Cookware brands that are not American made
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Love this website, I have been doing my best to buy items made in reputable countries, that are known to manufacture quality products which have all the necessary details which make the product superior (which is not found in items when they are mass produced in cheap third world countries by factory workers who have no expertise making what ever it is they are supposedly making,) so as I look to continue to only buy such items, I happened to find this website and I am in love. I hope to utilize the companies listed as needed.
The only thing I would like to add is as you and every other individual who came to this website might have noticed, most of the companies listed are not known, and their items are not carried by the average brick and mortar store, who are usually the vendors of mostly cheap and low quality products, which probably is beneficial to them and not to consumers, since they probably are able to recoup a much bigger profit margins from the cheap low quality makers, since cheap items are sold for much higher amount than what it took to make them; so needless to say, it is not profitable to sell or advertise these well made and quality made in the USA items, which is unfortunately not healthy or beneficial to the consumers, not to mention that it is also bad for our economy. Is there anyway to advertise your site so it is available to much wider audience?
Thanks for such an amazing article.
Great article, thank you!. I noticed that Made In Cookware Company is not mentioned. They advertise that mos of their cookware is made in the USA, but I have not been able to find who is their actual manufacturer or if they have their own manufacturing plant. Could someone provide some info in this regards?
We here at USA Love List will look into Made In cookware and hopefully add it to our lists!
its not frying pan that is flying pan because my mom’s throw towards me
is there any cookware sourced and manufactured in USA, Canada or EU that is non toxic and nonstick? Or is this an impossible search? I research cookware companies and can get different results from the sources!
I also would like to see where cookware is sourced from in addition to where its manufactured.
Do you also have info on other cookware brands? Calphalon USED to be USA but is now China I thought. Made In, 360 Cookware, USA Pan, Caraway sounded great but its made in China. Otherwise I wouldvwe already purchased. Sigh !
Thanks for the list. Sadly, All-Clad is now manufactured in China and says such on their products.
Actually, all of All-Clad’s “claded” ply- 3, 5, or the new 7 in stainless and MC2, along with copper core, and copper cookware is made in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania. Unfortunately, their non-stick pieces and their stainless lids are made in China.
I thought I found a gold mine with this article and I raced to check out the first company listed, All-Clad. However, the first items I looked at for All-Clad were made in China. Complete turn-off and I lost trust in this article immediately. Maybe you should add under All-Clad a simple note to watch for some made in China rather than small notes in your comments here. (instead of potentially misleading readers for you click commissions)
Hammersmith Cookware has been making copper cookware since 1987. Handcrafted in America and can do retinning.
Check us out at https://hammersmithcookware.com
Thanks for the tip! I added Hammersmith Cookware to our list.
love these are made in beloved usa,all for supporting own compaines and usa based business,and these are so well crafted and material is awesome,main concern though isnt the materiak used in capalon manfactured in china?
If you look at Hammersmith Copper Cookware, all of our cookware is made in the USA, based in New Jersey.
Such a useful list. I have been wanting to buy cookware that is made in the USA. But they are so expensive. They are way beyond my budget. I wish there were reasonably priced made in USA cookware. It is sad to see that I have been cooking with a lot of toxins and cook wares manufactured in China. I am slowly switching to the ancient style of cooking like the cast iron, clay pot, brass and tin pots. Our grand parents used them for day to day cooking and they lasted long and they were all healthy..
The point of buying American-made is not simply to keep the money and jobs local. Among the many reasons are a reduction and/or elimination of dependence on foreign sources like China who practice human-rights abuse to maintain control of their population; the worst of these abuses so far organ-harvesting, forced labor and torture and the constellation of injustice that accompanies this philosophy. And as Communist Chinese influence expands it is overlooked for the sake of profit. Chinese products are the result of differing drgrees of forced-labor. That’s how they’ve competed, expanded and now dominate the world market. Do you want to promote that?
Thank you for this list. One concern, though, that I hope will be addressed here and other sites: even though the final product may be manufactured in the U.S., the materials used to make the product may still come from China. I would like to know which brands not only make their products in the U.S., but *also use materials completely sourced here or from a country known to have strong consumer protection laws — e.g., the European Union.*
I am not concerned so much about quality (after all, Apple makes its high-quality electronics in China) as I am about the *safety of materials that will be touching my food. * China is on a growth-at-any-cost trajectory, protecting its industries from accountability for any safety violations or harm caused by its products; so, as a matter of practice, I do not buy anything from China that will touch my food or anything else that will go into my body. That means kitchen utensils, cookware, tableware, tea kettle, etc. I’ve been surprised to find that many food products (especially soy-based) are now imported from China and sold in the U.S.
Love this! I’ve actually wondered the same thing… Yes, they say made in USA but where are they sourcing the materials from????
Brooklyn Cooper is not necessarily made in the USA; I saw it in my local Brandsmart -a huge South Florida chain of several popular locations of appliances, tech stuff, electronics, and kitchen products- and checked each of their items: “Made in China.” So much for Made in the USA.
Are you sure you saw Brooklyn Copper, and not Brooklyn Steel? Brooklyn Copper is made in the USA and copper is increasing in price in today’s market, Brooklyn Copper sells out of stock, so I doubt they would be at a Brandsmart. Brooklyn Steel products are made in China and are found at retailers like Kohls.
These fish canning specialists have been transforming responsibly and traditionally caught tuna, anchovies, bonito and mackerel for 125 years (without damaging the seabed) in the middle of the Cantabrian Sea in the Bay of Biscay.
We all need cookware, and high-quality cookware can last a lifetime.
I just wish it were required to list where EACH PRODUCT is made. You have ALL CLAD as being made in the USA. They say all their fused products are, but their All-Clad E785S264/E785S263 HA1 Hard Anodized Nonstick Dishwasher Safe PFOA Free 8 and 10-Inch Fry Pan Cookware Set, 2-Piece, Black is MADE IN CHINA according to several VERY UNHAPPY buyers. I almost bought them, too. Would you PLEASE change your statement to say that some of their fused products, are NOT made in the USA, even though ALL CLAD says all of them are.
I appreciate this list so very much. It would be such a blessing offering peace of mind to know my meals are not being contaminated with toxins. I’ve been hunting for USA enamel coated iron cookware, but sounds like there’s none. As much as I love stainless, it has toxic nickel which is also an allergen. Le Creuset has enamel items, but is super expensive.
Great list of USA cookware!
Don’t know how you could have overlooked Heritage Steel/ Hammer Stahl. Manufactured 100% in Clarksville Tennessee. Invest in a set and learn how to use it. It will be the last that have to buy.
I looked up Hammer Stahl bakeware on Amazon, it says origin is India.
The thing about these organic and natural products is that most of the time it is difficult to understand which is authentic. Thank you, All Cotton and Linen for mentioning the Global Organic Textile Standards. Bring home our range of natural and organic household essentials – Cotton Muslin Bags, Reusable Mesh Produce Bags, Cotton Dishtowel, Checkered Kitchen towels, Cotton White napkins, Cotton Waffle Throw Blankets,
Are there any air fryers made in the United States or somewhere other than China?
Small electronics are a tough category. We are not aware of any American Made air fryers. Thank you for trying to buy American!
To no avail I’ve been searching for American Made compact 2 slice toaster. Can you help me? Thanks in advance.
Small electronics are a really difficult category. A toaster is so simple, you’d think we’d have an American made option. Alas, we are only aware of a camping toaster and a big commercial toaster made in the USA. The one you are looking for is not available. It is so sad when an entire category disappears so we don’t have the choice anymore as consumers. Thank you for trying, and when you do have the choice, let’s use it to show marketers and manufacturers what matters to us!
Thank you for this list! I think a lot of us are really focused on buying made in America now, if not before. Like you mentioned in some of your replies, it will take time for companies to bring production fully back to the USA and to use USA sourced materials. Some materials, although I haven’t done my research, may not even be easily sourced/produced here. I’m sure someone will probably reply to this and tell me otherwise. 🙂 I have been looking for bakeware, so this list is helpful. I’ll be reading labels, and website info, carefully in order to do my best to buy 100% USA made as much as possible. I am hoping that the more customers ask for fully sourced and made in the USA that companies will see the demand and go forward with it.
I am considering buying the Epicurious cookware, I can find out where it is manufactured. Is it a USA product designed and manufactured here?
Epicurious is made in China.
I’m so glad you put this list together. Thank you so much. Now more than ever we need to support our USA companies.
Lodge enameled pots are made in China. Very disappointed. I’m shopping for an enameled cast iron dutch oven.
Was this list just thrown together by quickly googling “made in usa” cookware instead of actually researching? Its so disappointing and frustrating to try and find cookware that’s ACTUALLY made in the USA… Watch out for “globally sourced materials, manufactured/assembled/designed in usa”… etc. Do your own research because unfortunately some companies, along with articles like this are misleading.
Hi Sarah, Thanks for your comment. We make it a point at USA Love LIst NOT to be misleading. We research all of our companies. To be listed on our site, a products materials do not have to be 100% sourced in the USA. We support any effort a company makes to keep manufacturing jobs here in the USA. In reality, until we do bring back more manufacturing from overseas, many items can not be fully made here as the material required to make many items are not even made here. We encourage everyone to read labels as there are many companies that do not manufacture all of their products in the USA> Lodge is one of them.
That so true you see a lot on Amazon stating “Imported”
Checking labels can be tough on Amazon. They have gotten a LOT better in recent years plus they do make returns pretty easy. Be relentless on reading labels, asking questions, and asking for more American made products!
Hi Janine, Enameled pots are a newer line of Lodge products and they overseas. Currently we have not been able to find any enameled cookware made in the USA.
I purchased a “Colonial” 3 ply, stainless steel cookware set when I was 18; I am 70 now. One pot needs a new handle and I can’t track down the manufacturer. I was told at a “Home Show” several years ago that they were still in business. Does anyone know contact info.
I’m glad some can afford this cookware. I sure can’t and neither can anyone I know. Sorry, but its the truth.
Buying American made pans may cost more initially. But most are guaranteed for life. So be sure to consider that. I bought a set of pans from Midwest Vita craft in 1979, they still replace and provide parts (handles and hardware)for those pans at no cost to me.
Lodge bare cast iron skillets are made in the US and are extremely affordable. Just saying…
All-Clad. Designed in USA. Made in China. Great
Most all of the pans are made in the US. Their new specialty pans like the spaghetti pot with the strainer is made in china. So most of their stuff is made in the US but I agree its pathetic for a company that makes some of the best cookware in the world to cheapen their name by having stuff made in China.
Does anyone know where I can find a Made in the USA strainer that has welded handles (not screwed on handles)?
I was looking for a good non-stick pan and saw All-Clad’s new line and then saw it is made in China.
Yes, you have to be careful with All-Clad and Calphalon. Their higher end lines are made here, but their popular lower-priced or store-ready collections are imported. You really have to check the labeling. If you do invest in the American made items, you can be sure you are getting the best of the best and it will last you a long time. Good luck!
All of All-Clad’s clad stainless cookware is made in the US. Their nonstick lines, utensils, and small appliances are made in China. The stainless lids for their clad cookware are also now made in China. It’s tough to find cookware 100% made in the US. I believe Heritage Steel brands are, though. They make several high quality lines of clad stainless cookware.
I like that you said that a frying pan is a must for your kitchen accessories. My wife and I are going to start our new home and we are looking to buy kitchen accessories. Thank you for the advice, I’m going to look online for a place to buy them.
Thank you. I’m looking for a wood burning stove steamer that is made in USA or Canada. Can you help?
Thank’s for the info….
Chantal cookware and Nordic Ware are also made in USA. This list is helpful but Viking cookware is made in China.
What about Mealthy pots and pans? I can find nothing online about them.
Is there a safe brand of cookware, frying pans totally mfg in USA, no other country of origin and nonstick, PFOA, PTFE, lead and other toxin free ??
I too am wanting to get a brand of cookware mfg in the USA free of toxins and lead. Can you let me know of such
I bought an expensive set of ceramic stuff recommended by Mercola that had lead in it when I finally tested it.
It was made in China and supposed to be pure and clean….it was called EXTREMA. I was very disappointed about it.
Check out Heritage Steel/ Hamer Stahl. Made in Clarksville Tennessee. If you have questions, they are super helpful if you call the customer service line
Thank you for this list. It will guide our upcoming cookware refresh.
I am also looking for ceramic or porcelain enamel lined cookware made in the USA. Can you help?
Are there any ceramic cookware products made In USA?
I have been seeing a company on Facebook ads called Smithey. They are USA based and claim their Cast iron products are made here.
I thought pampared chef was USA made. Wow.
RE: Pampered chef, I just participated in an online party and asked the host for a list of the products made in the USA as we try to buy that way whenever possible… the list was short and as I wanted to support the person having the party, I ended up buying a stone as they are made in USA and I love my Pampered Chef stone. I have had it for many years and it is still wonderful. Almost everything else I was considering was made in China sadly so I didn’t buy any of it.
Thank you USA Love List for the info you provide. We, as consumers have to do our due diligence and double check the info as things change with time, but you give us a place to start from and I appreciate that.
Thanks for the article. I see also that Tramontina manufactures at least half its cookware in the USA.