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WOLL cookware was founded in 1979 by German master chef Norbert Woll, whose goal was to create the utimate frying pan. Today, this world-renowned company is managed by André and Ursula Woll, who continue the family's tradition of culinary excellence.
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This family-owned cookware company was founded in 1921 in Arnsberg, Germany. The history of legendary German engineering shines in each piece, from thoughtfully shaped handles to new, innovative nonstick coatings.
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Chantal was founded in 1971 by Heida Thurlow, a German-born engineer who relocated to the United States and became America's first female CEO of a cookware company. She has since recieved numerous awards and patents for cookware design and innovation.
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In 1967, the clay roaster called a Römertopf (“Roman pot”) was first introduced in Germany. Made with clay deposits unique to the region, the pots are known for cooking up delicious roasts and braises.