STAUB Company History

Staub

In 1974, the successor of the kitchen utensils dynasty Francis Staub modernized the factory, which had previously produced artillery weapons, and adapted it for the production of utensils using modern technologies of cast iron casting, combining them with the processes of making ceramics.

Cast-iron cookware from Staub is made in France, and up till now remains one of the most perfect in terms of its properties. Today, the improved traditions allow Staub to produce only high-quality cast iron and ceramic enamel utensils in a wide range. Its attractive design perfectly harmonizes with multifunctionality, comfort and practicality makes Staub utensils a benchmark of quality. Experienced chefs of the best world restaurants including the notable chef Paul Bocuse, use Staub`s products. The food placed into the Staub cookware retains its useful properties, remaining tasty and healthy because it is prepared in a progressive manner, with uniform retention and distribution of heat.

Staub produces all kinds of cast-iron enamelware in France. These exceptional products can be used for all types of furnaces, including induction ones. Also, Staub offers a huge selection of products made of ceramics, plates and heating components of French production.

Since June 2008, the Staub group has proudly joined the ZWILLING J.A. HENCKELS Group, which specializes in the production of knives and items of household utensils of high quality.