A link for this cookware showed up on my Facebook page yesterday. It is marketed as a safer Teflon (PTFE) because PFOA is not used in its production:
."SAFE NEW TEFLON COATING (NO PFOA)
The non-stick coatings without PFOA on TeChef products are affirmed safe for cooking by regulatory agencies worldwide, including the European Food Safety Authority, French Food Safety Agency (ANSES), the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)"
Also,It is inexpensive and the Amazon reviews are excellent. I plan to continue to use Teflon so if I can use a better/safer Teflon, all the better. I have many types of pans including All-Clad, Calphalon, Cuisinart, Le Creuset, my mom's 75 y/o cast iron, etc. but my go to pans are generally inexpensive Teflon coated thin aluminum ones because they are the easiest to use....quick heat transfer, non-stick and easy to clean. I generally only use my 'better" pans for slower cooked foods where I'm concerned about scorching or need high heat for searing.
I would love for the CH staff to take a close look at these. Thank you!