If you’re like me, you’re always looking for quality kitchenware that won’t break the bank. Recently, I stumbled upon Tramontina cookware and was intrigued by its being handcrafted in the USA and made-in-Brazil labeling.
So where is Tramontina made? Tramontinas Pro, Prima, Tri-Ply Clad, and Knife, collections are made in Brazil and may not be assembled in the USA. Tramontina has specialty cookware and accessories that are made in Brazil, China, and Italy. All Tramontinas cast iron cookware and accessories are made in China.
I did some digging and found out that this affordable cookware is made of high-quality materials and has an excellent reputation among home cooks. Read on to learn more about the company where Tramontina pieces are manufactured.
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Where Tramontina Cookware is Made
Refer to the table below that lists Tramontina products and the country of their manufacture.
|Tramontina Pro & Prima Collections||Category||Country of Origin|
|PRO Series 8 in Fry Pan||Cookware||Made in Brazil|
|PRO Series 10 in Fry Pan||Cookware||Made in Brazil|
|PRO Fusion 8 in Aluminum Nonstick Fry Pan – Satin||Cookware||Made in Brazil|
|PRO Fusion 10 in Aluminum Nonstick Fry Pan – Satin||Cookware||Made in Brazil|
|PRO Fusion 12 in Aluminum Nonstick Fry Pan – Satin||Cookware||Made in Brazil|
|PRO Fusion 14 in Aluminum Nonstick Fry Pan – Satin||Cookware||Made in Brazil|
|Stainless Steel Pasta Cooker||Cookware||Made in China|
|Pro Line Stainless Steel Covered Stock Pots||Cookware||Made in China|
|Prima Stainless Steel Collection||Cookware||Made in Brazil|
|Tramontina Tri-Clad Series||Category||Country of Origin|
|Tri-Ply Clad 1.5 Qt Covered Stainless Steel Covered Sauce Pan||Cookware||Made in Brazil|
|Tri-Ply Clad 2 Qt Covered Stainless Steel Covered Sauce Pan – Glass Lid||Cookware||Made in Brazil|
|3 Qt Tri-Ply Clad Stainless Steel Covered Braiser||Cookware||Made in Brazil|
|8 in Tri-Ply Clad Stainless Steel Fry Pan – Seattle Handle||Cookware||Made in Brazil|
|10 in Tri-Ply Clad Stainless Steel Fry Pan – Seattle Handle||Cookware||Made in Brazil|
|12 in Tri-Ply Clad Stainless Steel Fry Pan – Seattle Handle||Cookware||Made in Brazil|
|Tri-Ply Clad 6 Qt Covered Stainless Steel Deep Sauté Pan||Cookware||Made in Brazil|
|11 in Tri-Ply Clad Stainless Steel Square Grill Pan||Cookware||Made in Brazil|
|4 Qt Tri-Ply Clad Stainless Steel Covered Universal Pan||Cookware||Made in Brazil|
|4 QT Covered Casserole – Tri-ply clad||Cookware||Made in Brazil|
|Tri-Ply Clad 12 in Stainless Steel Wok||Cookware||Made in Brazil|
|Tramontina Cast Iron||Category||Country of Origin|
|10.5 oz Enameled Cast-Iron Series 1000 Covered Mini Cocotte||Cookware||Made in China|
|24 oz Enameled Cast-Iron Series 1000 Covered Small Cocotte||Cookware||Made in China|
|3.5 Qt Enameled Cast-Iron Series 1000 Covered Round Dutch Oven||Cookware||Made in China|
|5.5 Qt Enameled Cast-Iron Series 1000 Covered Round Dutch Oven||Cookware||Made in China|
|6.5 Qt Enameled Cast-Iron Series 1000 Covered Round Dutch Oven||Cookware||Made in China|
|7 Qt Enameled Cast Iron Covered Tall Round Dutch Oven||Cookware||Made in China|
|4 Qt Enameled Cast-Iron Series 1000 Covered Braiser||Cookware||Made in China|
|10 in Enameled Cast-Iron Series 1000 Skillet||Cookware||Made in China|
|12 in Enameled Cast-Iron Series 1000 Skillet||Cookware||Made in China|
|10 in Enameled Cast-Iron Series 1000 Covered Skillet||Cookware||Made in China|
|12 in Enameled Cast-Iron Series 1000 Covered Skillet||Cookware||Made in China|
|11 in Enameled Cast-Iron Series 1000 Grill Pan||Cookware||Made in China|
|11 in Enameled Cast-Iron Series 1000 Grill Pan with Press||Cookware||Made in China|
|2.5 Qt Enameled Cast-Iron Series 1000 Covered Sauce Pan||Cookware||Made in China|
|7 in Enameled Cast-Iron Series 1000 Round Trivet||Cookware||Made in China|
|Tramontina Ceramica||Category||Country of Origin|
|All in One Plus Pan, 5 Qt Ceramic Non-Stick||Cookware||Made in China|
|Cold-Forged Induction Ceramic Cookware||Cookware||Made in China|
|5.5 Qt Aluminum Deep Fryer with Helper Handle||Cookware||Made in China|
|Ceramic Covered Dutch Oven||Cookware||Made in Italy|
|11 in Ceramic Stir-Fry||Cookware||Made in Italy|
|Ceramic Baking Tray||Cookware||Made in Italy|
|Ceramic Cookware Set||Cookware||Made in Italy|
|Tramontina Bakeware||Category||Country of Origin|
|Prima Stainless Steel Flared Edge Roasting Pans||Roasting Pans||Made in Brazil|
|Tri-Ply Clad 11 in Stainless Steel Covered Square Roasting Pan||Roasting Pans||Made in Brazil|
|Ceramic Roasting Pans||Roasting Pans||Made in Italy|
|Ceramic Pizza Pan||Roasting Pans||Made in Italy|
|Ceramic Baking Tray||Roasting Pans||Made in Italy|
|Ceramic Round Baking Dish||Roasting Pans||Made in Italy|
|Tramoninta Knives||Category||Country of Origin|
|Churrasco BBQ Forged Embossed Steak Knives||Flatware||Made in Brazil|
|Churrasco BBQ Jumbo Polywood Steak Knives||Flatware||Made in Brazil|
|Porterhouse Steak Knives – Rounded||Flatware||Made in Brazil|
|Porterhouse Steak Knives – Pointed||Flatware||Made in Brazil|
|Porterhouse Steak Knife Set with Multi-Purpose Block||Flatware||Made in Brazil|
|Jumbo Steak Knives- Pointed||Flatware||Made in Brazil|
|Forged Deluxe Steak Knife Set with Hardwood Counter Block||Flatware||Made in Brazil|
|Forged Knife Collection||Cutlery||Made in Brazil|
|Kitchen Shears||Cutlery||Made in Brazil|
|8 in Carving Knife||Cutlery||Made in Brazil|
|7 in Santoku Knife||Cutlery||Made in Brazil|
|6 in Utility Knife||Cutlery||Made in Brazil|
|Churrasco BBQ 7 in Gaucho Style Knife with Leather Sheath||Cutlery||Made in Brazil|
|Cleaver||Cutlery||Made in Brazil|
|Sharpening Steel||Cutlery||Made in Brazil|
|Cutting and Serving Boards||Cutlery||Made in Brazil|
|Specialty Cookware & Accessories||Category||Country of Origin|
|Stainless Steel Pasta Insert||Cookware||Made in Brazil|
|Stainless Steel Mesh Strainers||Cookware||Made in Brazil|
|Gourmet Citrus Juicer||Cookware||Made in Brazil, packaged in the USA|
|Stainless Steel Steamer Insert||Cookware||Made in Brazil|
|Carbon Steel Wok||Cookware||Made in Brazil|
|Induction Cooking System||Cookware||Made in Brazil|
|Stainless Steel Mixing Bowl||Cookware||Made in Brazil|
|Double Wall Stainless Steel Mixing Bowl||Cookware||Made in China|
|Stainless Steel Mixing Bowls with Silicone Base & Lid||Cookware||Made in China|
|Stainless Steel Champagne Cooler||Servingware||Made in Brazil|
|Stainless Steel Covered Full & Half Sized Food Pan||Servingware||Made in Brazil|
|Covered Stainless Steel Canister Sets||Storage & Prep||Made in Brazil|
|Tramontina Outdoor||Category||Country of Origin|
|Outdoor Roasting Grill Pan||Outdoor||Made in Brazil|
|Churrasco BBQ 17.25 in Tri-Ply Clad Stainless Steel Round Grill Pan||Outdoor||Made in Brazil|
|Churrasco BBQ Carbon Steel Collection||Outdoor||Made in Brazil|
|Pre-seasoned Cast Iron Fajita Pan||Outdoor||Made in China|
|Pre-seasoned Cast Iron 2 Pk Skillets with Silicone Grips||Outdoor||Made in China|
|Churrasco BBQ Utensils||Outdoor||Made in Brazil|
|BBQ Carving Set||Outdoor||Made in Brazil|
Definition of Made in the USA
100% Made in the USA – made from materials sourced in the USA. Manufacturing and assembly are carried out in the USA.
Made in the USA – made from globally and/or locally sourced materials. Manufacturing, and/or assembly are carried out in the USA.
How to Find Out Where Tramontina Cookware is Made
Finding the location of a product’s manufacturing can be challenging. But it is not impossible! Below are a few tips to help you locate the exact factory where a given item was made.
1. Start With the Company Website
Larger companies will list their locations on their corporate websites. Many specialized manufacturers make this information publicly available within their product listings. The above Tramontina product listing for its Tri-Ply Clad Fry Pan clearly states that the cookware is made in Brazil.
2. Labels and Tags
Look for locally-made labels or tags on the product itself or on its packaging. Such as in Italy, France, the United States, Canada, Mexico, etc. This may make it easier to find out where a product was made based on its country of origin.
3. Embossing or Company Logo
Many manufacturers choose to list where the product was made directly onto the item itself.
4. Contact the Company Directly
If you are unable to determine the origin of a given item through any other means, contacting the company’s customer service team may yield more information.
They should be able to tell you exactly where the product was made, and may even be able to give you a direct link to that information on their website.
Contact Information Tramontina
The best way to reach Tramontina is by emailing them. Below are the contact details for email and direct mail.
12955 W Airport Blvd,
Sugar Land, Texas 77478, USA
Phone: +1 281-340-8400
5. Awards and Certifications
Check for local certifications or awards on the product itself. Just as many manufacturers choose to denote where their products were made, others may opt to highlight other kinds of company achievements.
For example environmental certification by an organization like Fair Trade USA or Green America. While these can be a bit harder to identify than simply looking for a “Made in” label, these can be good indications of where the product was made.
6. Contact the Manufacturer Directly
There are instances where you can not get information from the ‘Brand’ itself as there a 3rd party may manufacture the product.
If you are unable to determine the country of origin of a given item through any other means, contacting the company’s customer service team and asking for the manufacturer’s contact details may yield more information.
The 3rd party should be able to tell you exactly where the product was made, and may even be able to give you a direct link to that information from their own website.
Learn more about Tramontina Cast Iron Cookware in my article reviewing Tramontina cast iron Dutch ovens.
Who Owns Tramontina
Tramontina is a Brazilian company that is privately owned. The company was founded in 1911 by an immigrant to Brazil from northern Italy, Valentin Tramontina. Clovis Tramontina is the current president.
Tramontina: The Brand
The Tramontina brand was founded by Valentin Tramontina and Elissa Cecco, his wife, in 1911.
Tramontina commenced its expansion to the USA in 1986.
Tramontina sells many products, including cookware, bakeware, outdoor collections, kitchen accessories, and flatware in over 120 countries.
The majority of Tramontina’s collections are made in Brazil and may or may not be handcrafted in the USA. Other Tramontina collections are made in Italy and China.
Tramontina’s USA headquarters is in Sugar Land Texas and employs 500 employees.
Tramontina opened its Manitowoc facility in 2005. In 2019 Tramontina U.S. announced that they would be closing the factory in Manitowoc WI, leaving over 145 employees unemployed.
Tramontina USA, Inc.’s current President & CEO is Antonio Galafassi.
Where Can I Buy Tramontina Cookware
Tramontina cookware can be found at Tramontina.com, Walmart and Amazon also carry the Tramontina range.
Quick answers to common questions about where Tramontina products are made.
Is Tramontina cookware made in China?
All Tramontina’s cast iron cookware and accessories are made in China. Along with some selected stainless steel, ceramic, and specialty pieces.
What country is Tramontina made in?
Brazil is where most of Tramontina’s cookware is made with some pieces made in Italy and China.
Is Tramontina cookware made in Italy?
Selected pieces from Tramontina ceramic cookware range are made in Italy.
Is Tramontina cookware made in the USA?
No Tramontina is made in Brazil, Italy, and China.
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Wrapping Up: Where is Tramontina Cookware Made?
Although most Tramontina products are made in Brazil the company’s website clearly indicates where its products are made if you visit Tramontina.com and check out the specifications for a product, it will show which country produced that particular piece of cookware or accessory.
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