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SCANPAN Cookware—Healthy for Your Family and the Environment

Based in Ryomgård, Denmark, SCANPAN has proven to be a leading innovator in the manufacture of safe and sustainable cookware since their founding in 1956. Committed to making advanced-level products while maintaining earth-friendly production practices, SCANPAN handcrafts non-stick products from 100% recycled aluminum under strict environmental standards. In fact, each piece of cookware passes through the hands of eight artisans before it leaves the factory.

As the first company to produce cookware certified perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA)-free, SCANPAN has revolutionized the safety of cookware. The Classic cookware line features their patented ceramic titanium non-stick surface, so durable that it can be used with metal utensils. The non-stick surface demonstrates first-rate performance, permitting searing, browning and deglazing without sticking or scorching. It also allows chefs to easily prepare healthier meals requiring less oil.



Excellent Heat Conduction, Distribution and Retention

Constructed with heavy-duty, pressure-cast aluminum, SCANPAN Classic cookware has an extra-thick base for outstanding heat conduction and even heat distribution. The pieces are also oven safe to 500°F. Their heat retention is superior as well, offering up to 50% energy savings with every use.

SCANPAN Classic cookware is compatible with all cooking surfaces except induction. With ergonomic handles for comfortable grip, plus simple cleanup in the dishwasher, SCANPAN Classic cookware adds efficiency and versatility to any cooking exploit.