Does anyone anywhere have a crock pot that lead-free?
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3/1/08 at 10:00am
I wonder if Le Creuset has lead in the enamel. I tend to trust Europen products more than those made in the USA. Here is the Le Creuset product :
I couldn't find anything on the site that mentioned lead presence in the enamel. I'll have to call Monday.
I have a Hamilton Beach and contacted them. It took a while for a response but this is the lame one I recieved-
I simply asked if there was any lead or cadmium in their crock pots....
"Thank you for contacting us!
For over 100 years it has been our priority and privilege to develop and manufacture high quality small appliances. Please be assured that our products and components meet all government requirements and are FDA and UL approved. They are also tested by independent laboratories to ensure the high quality that is expected of Hamilton Beach brand products. The rigorous tests we employ often exceed the standards set by our government making us a leader in the industry for quality and safety.
We will continue to demand excellence on your behalf because that is what you deserve. The success we continue to enjoy would not be possible without you, our valued consumer.
Thank you for your patronage!
Consumer Affairs" end quote
I'm not happy about this response and am about to e-mail miss Stacy again:/