Meyer Corporation has expanded its flagship cookware brand with Anolon Ascend, a new collection of non-stick cookware.
Made from hard anodized aluminum and a thick edge-to-edge steel base, Anolon Ascend was designed to distribute heat evenly without hot spots while being dishwasher-safe and compatible with all cooktops. The three-layer nonstick is reinforced with a scratch-resistant surface that withstands chipping and peeling, according to the company.
Anolon Ascend comes in a bronze color with two-toned metal handles made to stay cool during stovetop use. The tempered glass lids allow users to watch the cooking process without lifting the lid. The cookware is oven safe up to 500º F.
The collection includes a 10-piece set with a 1.5-qt. covered saucepan, 3-qt. covered saucepan, 8-qt. stockpot, 3.5-qt. covered sauté pan, 8.25-inch open frying pan and 10-inch open frying pan for $399.99; a 10-inch open frying pan for $59.99; a 12-inch open frying pan for $79.99; a 10-inch open stir fry pan for $59.99; a 3-qt. covered saucepan for $89.99; and a 4-qt. covered saucepan for $99.99.
Anolon Ascend is available now at retailers nationwide.