Made in USA Cookware- Source List for Pots & Pans • USA Love List

We all need cookware, and high-quality cookware can last a lifetime. Once and for all, for yourself or for a gift, choose a set of made in USA cookware. Investing in a set of American made pots & pans is a great way to support American manufacturing.

Our list of companies that have been offering made in the USA cookware has actually GROWN over the past two years. It is so exciting to see an American made product category increase in the number of made in USA products and companies availabledecorative pillow cases, as opposed to decreasing in size, as it often happens.

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This list of made in the USA cookware will surely come in handy when you are ready to replace a set of pots & pans or just a piece here and there. Made in the USA cookware also makes great gifts for weddings, bridal showers, and housewarmings.

Don't miss our ultimate source guides for made in the USA kitchenware, and American made appliances.

360 Cookware heirloom quality cookware is handcrafted in the USA. It is manufactured in a Green E-Certified factory in West Bend, Wisconsin. 36o Cookware has been recognized by the EPA and they do not use any harsh chemicals while making the cookware or bakeware.

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.

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