Made In, a new direct-to-consumer cookware brand, is entering the market. The company will offer a line of fry pans in both stainless steel and non-stick, sauce pans, sauté pans and stock pots.
Founded by Boston-based entrepreneurs and childhood friends Bradford Malt and Jake Kalick, Made In’s mission is to provide home cooks with high-quality tools, with the flexibility to purchase only the items they need, all at an approachable pricepoint, the company said.
All Made In products feature 5-ply construction that combines durability and even-cooking properties, ergonomic and heat-resistant handles, chemical-free coating, and are stackable and dishwasher safe, according to the company. Each product also features informative engravings, such as internal temperatures and knife skill guides on the bottom, as well as integration with Amazon’s Alexa system.
The company said it will begin taking pre-orders on September 7 and will begin shipping products later in the month.