The impeccable cookware hand-fashioned by All-Clad Metalcrafters is the undisputed choice in top culinary circles and four-star kitchens throughout the world, and a prized possession of uncompromising home cooks. Through a joint-effort with Partnership for a Healthier America, All-Clad has made it possible for school children in healthy cooking classes across the country to discover the joys of cooking.
In 2010, All-Clad became a key part of the Chefs Move to Schools initiative, which was started under the First Lady’s Let’s Move! campaign. The program pairs celebrated chefs with local schools for an exciting, educational experience where kids are taught the basics of making their own nutritious meals. All-Clad has generously donated its top rated pots, pans and portable induction burners, which are not only safe, but also cook 50 percent faster than traditional burners, saving energy and money.
In addition to equipping young-chefs with the premier tools for creating healthy recipes, All-Clad is incentivizing families to enjoy healthy meals together by presenting the America Makes Dinner contest winner with its premier sauté pan – the perfect size for a family-style meal.
Founded four decades ago in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, All-Clad Metalcrafters takes great pride in its place in America’s culinary history. Today, All-Clad’s work with PHA to combat childhood obesity is proving the cookware company will have an equally proud place in America’s healthy future.