NESCO Cake Pans Are Made in the USA
The Fourth of July holiday is just around the corner. This year, as we celebrate with favorite traditional holiday foods, fun, and fireworks, why not also celebrate using quality, American-made products?
NESCO is a long-standing American company and many of our products are made right here in the U.S. at our manufacturing facility in Two Rivers, Wisconsin. The Aluminum 9 x 13 Cake Pans are just one example of quality American-made products manufactured by NESCO.
What began at NESCO with the original Roaster Oven has evolved into a company that manufactures hundreds of small kitchen appliances and products. So as you prep for the holiday weekend, NESCO can help.
Show Your American Pride Using NESCO Cake Pans
Picture this: you’re spending the holiday on the lake with family, an American flag is flapping in the wind, a bald eagle flies overhead, you’re grilling burgers, and the kids are making an American flag cake in an American-made cake pan. It doesn’t get anymore patriotic than that. NESCO can make that happen for you, or at least part of it.
We can’t time the eagle flying over, but NESCO products can make celebrating with family enjoyable. The NESCO Food Grinder is perfect for making those burgers to put on the grill, while the baked beans are warming in the Slow Cooker, and the Aluminum 9 x 13 Cake Pans are ideal for making the patriotic dessert.
All of NESCO’s American-made products are labeled in the product description with a special Made in the USA stamp of approval. The phrase “Made in the USA” invokes a sense of pride and quality. As do all of NESCO’s products, the American-made Cake Pans ensure durability. Celebrate this Fourth of July with American-made products from NESCO.
NESCO: Your Key Ingredient
At NESCO, we believe life is an occasion worth celebrating. We’re dedicated to being Your Key Ingredient in those celebrations by making cooking enjoyable again with our complete line of innovative small kitchen appliances and accessories. NESCO began as the National Enameling and Stamping Company and created the first Roaster Oven in 1931. NESCO is currently headquartered in Two Rivers, Wisconsin.