A More Sustainable Recipe

sean brock steak

How It's Made Matters

At Made In, we believe that making the right choice should be as easy as cracking an egg. That’s why we partner with the best, ethical factories around the world, source only the highest quality materials, and share those stories with you. We believe that what it’s made in and how it’s made, matters.“The idea is that you buy it once, and you invest in something that’ll last."

- Jake Kalick, President & Co-Founder

Designed to Last

We work with artisans in the USA and Europe who have been honing their craft for generations, to make cookware of the highest quality. Our cookware is designed to perform under the most rigorous conditions and is designed to last, so you can cook with it again and again.


We strive to use sustainable materials when packing our products. We’ve replaced plastic liners with dust bags, a more sustainable option that can easily be reused. We also reuse as many packing materials as possible.

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In an effort to reduce emissions and our carbon footprint, if you place an order and two shipments need to be made, we've created the option to hold products so everything can go out all at once. It may take a little longer to get to you, but it’ll be worth it when it does

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Recycling Program

To keep waste out of our landfills, we offer an option to help you recycle your old cookware. At checkout, we ask if you’d like us to send you a shipping label. When it arrives, just pack up your old cookware, send it to us, and we’ll melt it down to create brand new pots and pans. So far, this has kept over 1,400 tons of usable material out of landfills. So far, over 1200 customers have participated in our cookware recycling program.

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Habitat For Humanity Partnership

We’ve partnered with select Habitat for Humanity Restores in the United States so you can upgrade your kitchen with Made In and feel good knowing your old cookware will be given a new life or recycled. As of July 2020, we have repurposed over 2,000 pans and counting.

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