Le Creuset began producing its first porcelain enamelled cast iron pots in 1925 from its foundry in Fresnoy le Grand, France.

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Le Creuset began producing its first porcelain enamelled cast iron pots in 1925 from its foundry in Fresnoy le Grand, France.

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Le Creuset has continued to use the hand-crafted techniques and the original process of forging and casting in the manufacturing of its cookware.

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The Cocotte, or French Oven, was one of the first cast iron items produced by Le Creuset and is still the most popular item sold.

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Le Creuset is now sold in more than 60 countries around the world including the US, UK, Japan and Australia.

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In 1924, two Belgian industrialists, Armand Desaegher and Octave Aubecq decided to create a foundry which would enamel various cookware items.

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In 1925, Le Creuset was born and set up business in Fresnoy-le-Grand in Aisne, France. 

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Le Creuset began to develop a commercial strategy as well as its product range: cookers, charcoal stoves, hot plates for electric cookers and kitchen utensils.

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After the 2nd World War, Le Creuset concentrated on its range of enamelled cast iron cookware and was a major innovator of the time with new and exciting styles and pieces.

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In 1991, Le Creuset purchased Hallen International Inc who made wine accessories under the Screwpull trademark. 

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In 1992, Le Creuset launched its first wok inspired by the growing trend in Asian cooking and the new Saffron colour.

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 Le Creuset modernised its factory with the installation of a new electric furnace in 1999 and a new moulding chain increasing the foundry capacity in 2003. 

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Toughened Non-Stick frying pans in 2008 and most recently the Ceramics range of porcelain oven to tableware.

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