The Most Sustainable Non Stick Cookware

Our Non Stick Cookware manufacturing has sustainability and high quality at the forefront. Find out why.

George Steckel|Oct 27, 2021
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If you’re in the habit of buying a new

Non Stick Pan

once every six months because it wears out, it’s time for a change. Not only is this a waste of money, but it is extremely harmful to the environment.

The best course of action is to buy a high quality Non Stick Pan, one that won’t need to be replaced every six months, but rather last you for years and stay performing at an exceptional rate.

And the

Non Stick Cookware

you’re looking for is ours. We designed our cookware with as much care as our manufacturers put into making sure the process is as sustainable as possible.

Our Tennessee Factory

Our Stainless Clad and Non Stick Cookware is manufactured in Tennessee. They reuse and repurpose scrap metal any chance they get, ensuring that nothing goes to waste and excess trash is kept to a minimum.

Our factory is also working to reduce the amount of waste produced, water used, and energy consumed. Last year, emissions were cut by 24%, and waste was decreased by 33.8%.

Recycling Pans

We offer an industry first mail-back option, where you can

send your old cookware to us

, and we will melt it down to help create brand new pots and pans. This has been extremely impactful, as it has kept over 1,400 tons of materials out of landfills, and over 1,200 customers have participated in this program.

We also send pans returned or sent to us in good condition to select Habitat for Humanity Restores. As of July 2020, we have repurposed over 2,000 pans, and that number grows every day.

Durable Pans That Last

The most sustainable

Non Stick Cookware

is cookware that lasts, and that’s exactly what we designed ours to do. Our PTFE-coated Non Stick Pots and Pans are the most durable on the market, lasting 70x longer than ceramic cookware.

So instead of buying a pan, having it last for six months, and then having to find a way to recycle it, start with a high-quality non stick pan that is designed to last for years.