If Made in Canada is important to you, you know that most North American made products cost more. For one, Canadian workers earn considerably more than our foreign counterparts, and because of it, our families enjoy a higher standard of living. Equally important, is quality. What is in your foreign made cookware made from? What metals did they use? They won’t even tell us.
Stainless steel cookware varies in price and is determined by the quality of the stainless steel. 18/10 stainless is the minimum standard to qualify as stainless steel (18 parts chromium, 10 parts nickel total 28 parts out of 100). “What then, are the other 72 parts “filler metals” in foreign made cookware?
Canadian Cookware Vacumatic cookware is manufactured to our strict standards and specifications by New Era in Clarksville, Tennessee, in business since 1874, and they have been manufacturing our Vacumatic line of cookware since 1965. Only the highest quality filler metals of Vanadium, Titanium and Surgical Steels from Canada are used to create Vacumatic surgical stainless steel quality Waterless cookware. We guaranty it for a full 50 years!