Where is All-Clad Cookware Manufactured?
All-Clad manufactures 100% of its fully-clad cookware in Canonsburg, PA, a small town south of Pittsburgh. This factory crafts the top quality fully-clad cookware that makes All-Clad the choice of professional chefs. All-Clad cookware is also the choice of our customers, expert home chefs from around the world. All-Clad uses custom-made American-made steel for its cookware.
Since its inception in 1971, All-Clad has created and developed many other cooking-related items, beyond the fully-clad cookware that continues to makes the brand famous. Approximately 90% of the items carrying the All-Clad brand are made in the U.S., in Pennsylvania. The remaining 10% not made in the U.S., are made in China, France, and Italy. Electric items, for example, would be prohibitively expensive to manufacture in the U.S. and, according to All-Clad, facilities to make these items are not available in the U.S.
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