Noda Horo has been producing enamel products for over 70 years. Their simple stylish designs and exacting production standards have made their products standard items in the kitchens of many food professionals in Japan. Enamelware is long lasting, doesn't produce environmental toxins, and keeps food fresh and germ free, making it ideal for storage. Pans and casseroles also benefit from the excellent heat efficiency of enamelware

What is enamel
Commonly referred to as enamel, vitreous enamel or porcelain enamel is made fusing powdered glass onto a metal substrate by firing. Popular usage in kitchenware, as the enamel protects the metal substrate, the material used to make the pot/pan/tray/kettle, from corrosion. Following recommendations will ensure longevity and enjoyment of you items.

Things that make CIBI happy

• Enamel is a great conductor of heat

• Does not affect the taste of the food being cooked

• The beautiful colour of the enamel will not fade

• Very smooth glossy surface easy to keep clean using warm soapy water

Things that make CIBI sad

• Being made from glass, the hardened enamelled surface is relatively fragile chipping or cracking can occur if dropped or contacts any surface in a forceful manner

• Repetition of placing onto stovetop in a rough manner can produce cracks in enamel

• Abrasive cleaners can damage enamel, CIBI recommends