National media raves about CHINET Bakeware

Put CHINET Bakeware to test with your best dish.
The New York Times, Consumer Reports and Family Circle all put CHINET's® new line of bakeware to the test to see if disposable paper products can be used for baking. Apparently CHINET's® new bakeware passed with flying colors.

Launched in March, CHINET Bakeware® offers the convenience of taking one pan from oven to table to freezer to microwave all on a non-stick surface.

The reviews are in . . .
  • The New York Times' Florence Fabricant declared in her column "Front Burner," that she had "perfectly fine results" with a marble cake she baked and added that the covers are a terrific feature for food destined to travel.


  • Consumer Reports' "Claim Check" feature noted that CHINET® Bakeware is disposable yet tough enough to migrate to the microwave and more rigid than aluminum pans.


  • Family Circle named CHINET® Bakeware pans as one of their "Tools to Try" following one of their stellar brownie recipes.

The baking pans come in four sizes including square, rectangle and two oval-shaped sizes. All of the pans include clear, fitted lids and are made in America. Select retailers sell the bakeware in packages of three (oval and square pans) or two (rectangular) at the suggested retail price of $4.99.
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