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Frieling Adds New BLACK CUBE Cookware Styles

Frieling_BlackCube_Casserole_bc524Frieling is more than doubling its assortment of BLACK CUBE™ Cookware, the first hybrid pan that combines stainless steel cooking results with nonstick clean up, without the compromises. After the retail success of BLACK CUBE Fry Pans and the 12.5-inch Wok, Frieling is rounding out the collection with a Chef’s Pan, Deep Skillet, Casserole, Saucepans and additional open stock Lids.

Winner of the 2015 IHA Innovation Award in the Cookware & Bakeware Category, BLACK CUBE creates the ultimate cooking surface, with its raised stainless steel pixels over a recessed layer of PFOA-free nonstick coating. It is 100 percent scratch resistant and safe for use with metal utensils.

The patented textured surface is designed to deliver the best of nonstick and stainless properties. Ideal for frying or sautéing, it provides the traditional longevity and browning capabilities of a stainless steel pan, plus the easy cleanup and low-fat cooking options of a nonstick surface.

BLACK CUBE features 3-ply stainless-aluminum-stainless construction for even heat transfer and durability. It performs on all cooktops, including induction, and is oven-safe up to 450 degrees Fahrenheit. It is also dishwasher safe for everyday convenience.

Frieling_BlackCube_bc_lid_groupThe new BLACK CUBE items are as follows (with suggested retail prices):

1.5-Quart Saucepan with Lid, 6.5-inch diameter ($89.95)

2.5-Quart Saucepan with Lid, 8-inch diameter ($116.95)

2.5-Quart Chef’s Pan, 9.5-inch diameter ($99.95)

4-Quart Deep Skillet, 9.5-inch diameter ($149.95)

4-Quart Casserole with Lid, 9.5-inch diameter ($159.95)

Lid, 6.5-inch diameter ($23.95)

Lid, 8-inch diameter ($25.95)

Lid, 9.5-inch diameter ($27.95)

Lid, 11-inch diameter (29.95)

Open stock lids can also fit the original BLACK CUBE Fry Pans.

The expanded BLACK CUBE Cookware collection will be available for shipment in August. For more information, contact Frieling at 800.827.2582, or visit

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