Staub Cast Iron Cookware

A taste for culinary excellence

The Staub brand originated in the Alsace region of France, an area rich in history, food and craft, and renowned for one-pot hearty recipes and fine enameled ceramics.  The Alsatians have attempted to perfect the one-pot meal, but Staub’s founder sought to perfect the pot itself.  Francis Staub, the grandson of a cookware merchant, designed his first enameled pot in 1974 inside of an old artillery factory.  Staub merged the latest technology with cast iron’s utility.

Today, these successful designs are the benchmark for enameled cast iron cookware.  They are the reference brand of the world’s great chefs including Paul Bocuse.  French enameled cast iron cookware that combines the artisan expression and the culinary imagination of gourmet chefs is a winning result producing the ultimate in comfort food.  Staub cookware excels in providing the perfect environment for slow-cooked, flavor-enhanced meals due to their featured special enamel black matte interior for self-basting spikes and non-stick braising. With a wide variety of  presentation pieces in dynamic colors, Staub cookware is suited to move from the kitchen to the home table to the finest restaurants worldwide which is a testimony to their beauty and quality.

Staub became one of the prestige cookware brands in the ZWILLING J.A. HENCKELS Group in June 2008.  Staub is a natural complement to the ZWILLING culinary heritage and will continue to merge tradition with technology, craftsmanship with artisan and to turn its expertise with ceramics and cast iron into more innovative oven to table merchandise.

The stork of Alsace is now a symbol of the Staub heritage that distinguishes Staub products. All Staub products are manufactured in France and available worldwide.