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Anybody own or know about ceramic cookware by TVS Made in Italy?

dutseal | Nov 18, 201207:14 PM     12

I recently went to Marshalls and was trying to find a good deals on either Staub/Le Creuset. Then I found this ceramic square grill pan. It is made by this company TVS. It said Made in Italy and it has some kind of address in Italy. So I went online and found this website.

http://www.tvs-spa.it/en/catalogue/me...

The one that I have is the square grill pan from this collection (Mezzogiorno).

I have used it to fry eggs and it did not stick. Sausages did not stick too. I am pretty happy with the purchase since it's only $14.99.

My question is. Has anyone heard of this company or own one? On the website, it says that this cookware is PFOA, lead & cadmium free.

I often came across other ceramic cookware that even though it seems like it's made in Italy, if you look under the pan or somewhere you will find out that it's made in China (though I don't mean to undermine China made products). This one though says Made in Italy everywhere.

Thanks in advance for any inputs..

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