Can Farberware Go in the Oven?


The Farberware brand has been in existence for almost 100 years, as of 2011. The company produces cookware in a range of styles and compositions, including stainless steel, aluminum core and porcelain exterior sets that come in a variety of colors.


  • According to the Farberware Cookware Comparison Chart, Farberware cookware is oven-safe. Oven-safe collections include the Farberware Millennium, Millennium Stainless Steel, Affiniti, Specialties, Classic Series, Restaurant Pro and Classic, Porcelain, Premium, and Superior Non-Stick.


  • Farberware pans feature a variety of oven-safe handles. Phenolic and rubberized handles are safe to 350 degrees F, while silicone handles tolerate ovens up to 400 degrees F. Stainless steel, stoneware and cast-iron cookware is safe to 500 degrees F.


  • Some pieces of Farberware cookware offer a DuPont nonstick coating. The company warns that with nonstick cookware, you should not allow an empty pan to get very hot.

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