Some of it is made in US (I'm pretty sure) and the stuff that's made elsewhere is marked with country of origin. This summer I bought two child size sets and on the box it said "made in US or Vietnam", which I found crazy. The spoons were made in Vietnam but I think the forks and knives in US. Our regular Oneida that we've had for about 12 years don't have a country marked so they were probably made in US.
Please, no one tell me anything bad about Kitchenaid...Dh and I have been lusting after one of those mixers for years.<br><br>
Well, do <i>tell</i> if there is something bad with the company...but I will be crushed to hear it!
Yeah, it stinks that Oneida has gone overseas. We purposely registered for Oneidea flatware when we married six years ago because it was good quality and made in the US. We lost several spoons, and I recently had our local store order me some replacements. "Made in Vietnam" is actually stamped on the back of each spoon.
Here is the response I got from Oneida:<br><br><br>
All of our product is from Korea, China, Indonesia or Viet Nam.<br><br><br>
Oneida Customer Service<br>
Tel 1 800-877-6667<br>
Fax 1 315-361-3475
says "Assembled in the USA" on a sticker on the bottom and St. Joseph MI USA on the side.<br><br>
The bottom of the stainless steel bowl says "Made in Korea". The plastic pouring shield only says "Top Rack Dishwasher Safe".
I have actually been to the KitchenAid plant (cheesy work "field trip") in Ohio....I was VERY impressed. It felt a little like what Santa's toy shop must feel like<img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/lol.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="lol">