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Since forming in 1981, Meyer Corporation, U.S. has grown rapidly and is now the largest cookware company in the U.S., offering consumers a stable of widely recognized cookware brands including Circulon, Anolon, Farberware, Rachael Ray, Paula Deen and SilverStone cookware.

Meyer Corporation, U.S.’s affiliates around the world own cookware factories in Asia and Europe. The several factories worldwide together comprise the world’s second largest cookware manufacturing operation, one that manufactures over 100 cookware lines which are distributed in more than 30 countries. The combined factories employ more than 6,400 people, producing more than 42 million pans per year on average.

Meyer Corporation, U.S. and its global affiliates manufacture and sell several types of cookware including hard-anodized, stainless steel with aluminum or copper bottoms, stainless steel clad, and nonstick aluminum cookware. Brands found outside the U.S. include Prestige (Europe), Raco and Essteele (Australia), Fujimaru (Japan), and Meyer (Canada). Learn more about Meyer Affiliates.

Meyer prides itself on its technological advancements – the company was the first to marry hard-anodized aluminum with nonstick coating creating the gourmet nonstick cookware market with the introduction of Circulon. Additional pioneering introductions include the first line of hard-anodized cookware with a porcelain enamel exterior and the first line of dishwasher-safe and induction suitable, hard-anodized cookware. Learn more about our cookware.

Meyer supports many of the world’s leading culinary professionals including Martin Yan in the U.S. and Asia and Raymond Blanc in the U.K. Look carefully to see our cookware on the sets of many popular cooking shows. Meyer is also proud to be the exclusive kitchenware sponsor of the sustainable food movement, Slow Food USA.

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