Is Calphalon cookware free of PFTE& PFOA?

Answer Calphalon's nonstick cookware is free of the polymer perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA), but it does contain the synthetic polymer polytetrafluoroethylene (PFTA) to increase wear resistance. PFOA is us... Read More »

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Who is the manufacturer of Calphalon cookware?

Calphalon cookware is produced by the Calphalon Corp., headquartered in Toledo, Ohio. The company produces a broad range of cookware products and accessories under the Calphalon brand name. The co... Read More »

Does Calphalon cookware contain Teflon?

Calphalon cookware uses PTFE (polytetrafluoroethylene) and other components to create the wear-resistant finish. Teflon, not related to nor used by Calphalon, is a brand name and registered tradema... Read More »

Is calphalon cookware ovenproof?

With the exception of Calphalon's Tri Ply Copper line of cookware, Calphalon cookware is oven-safe up to at least 450 degrees Fahrenheit. Some Calphalon products are also safe to use in a broiler.S... Read More »

Where is calphalon cookware made?

The majority of Calphalon's aluminum cookware (depending on the line) is manufactured to varying degrees (from 30 to 100 percent) in Toledo, Ohio. The stainless steel and cast iron Calphalon produc... Read More »