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The origin of Zwilling cookware?

CHSeifert | Jan 1, 202205:16 AM     25

Anyone know what lines of Zwilling cookware is originally made by Demeyere?

I personally suspect both the Prime and Pro line is made in Belgium by Demeyere, but I can’t say it for sure.

I heard an unfortunate rumour, that Zwilling from now on (2022) will make all their cookware in China.

I’ve seen the Pro line and Prime line on sale for the last few months here in Denmark and I suspect this could be because Zwilling is getting rid if their cookware lines made in Belgium by Demeyere - I hope this rumour is false.

Anyone with knowledge about the Zwilling cookware situation?

And do you know what cookware line from Demeyere is renamed Prime and Pro in the Zwilling cookware line?

Cheers, Claus

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