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Made in America: How this company cooks up cookware across the U.S.A.
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Austin, T.X.-based cookware brand Made In set out to launch a direct-to-consumer brand to compete in the $17 billion-a-year industry dominated by legacy brands like Le Creuset and All-Clad. Founders Chip Malt and Jake Kalick partnered with family-owned manufacturers in Tennessee, Illinois and Pennsylvania to make their first line of stainless-clad cookware.