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In a day and age when anyone can post just about anything on the internet without confirmation, reprisal or rebuttal. And companies like Ripp-Off.com and ConsumerAffairs.com (which is not a government website) allow postings without verification or documentation, charge high fees to have the postings rebutted or removed. Even the Better Business Bureau charges a fee for AAA business rating. Sad, but it’s the world we live in today. Here’s what real Health Craft customers have to say about our products and service. When you need service contact us directly 1.800.443.8079 or customerservice@healthcraft.com.

Great Pots! POSTED BY P. HAMILTON ON 9TH JAN 2016. Several years ago after watching a demonstration at a home show, I purchased sets 1, 2, and 3. I have since purchased individual pots: the square griddle, the 1qt tall sauce pan and the 2qt sauce pan. With the fantastic sale offered in December, I decided to buy myself the 4 piece gourmet set which I had wanted for a long time. I also decided to purchase the 17 piece set for my sister as a gift. Needless to say, I love these pots! I love that nothing sticks to them. If it does, a little soak in some warm water usually does the trick. The "no water/no grease" cooking is also a plus. They are very heavy duty and will probably last for years. I read several reviews before purchasing and was concerned about the non-metal handles burning or crumbling and was glad to see that the company addressed that issue by substituting the all metal handles. My earlier sets have the black handles so I'm trying to be careful and mindful of the possible damage. So far I have not experienced any issues. On my health craft wish list is the 3 piece pasta set and large stock pot for sauces, soups, and stews. After I purchase those pieces, my set will be complete! I have shared my "pros" for these pots and the only "con" is the cost. They are very pricey. I never thought I'd spend hundreds of dollars for a single pot, but is was money well spent. Purchasing these pots is an investment. These pots, if cared for, can be passed down to the next generation. I look forward to many years of excellent cooking.....and the next sale!

Great Set Combination POSTED BY BUTCH AND KATHY ON 25TH DEC 2014. All the pans that I like... and they are incredible on my True Induction cooktop. In a day and age when anyone can post just about anything on the internet without confirmation, reprisal or rebuttal. And companies like Ripp-Off.com and ConsumerAffairs.com (which is not a government website) allow postings without verification or documentation, charge high fees to have the postings rebutted or removed. Even the Better Business Bureau charges a fee for AAA business rating. Sad, but it’s the world we live in today. Here’s what real Health Craft customers have to say about our products and service. When you need service contact us directly 1.800.443.8079 or customerservice@healthcraft.com.

Great Pots! POSTED BY P. HAMILTON ON 9TH JAN 2016. Several years ago after watching a demonstration at a home show, I purchased sets 1, 2, and 3. I have since purchased individual pots: the square griddle, the 1qt tall sauce pan and the 2qt sauce pan. With the fantastic sale offered in December, I decided to buy myself the 4 piece gourmet set which I had wanted for a long time. I also decided to purchase the 17 piece set for my sister as a gift. Needless to say, I love these pots! I love that nothing sticks to them. If it does, a little soak in some warm water usually does the trick. The "no water/no grease" cooking is also a plus. They are very heavy duty and will probably last for years. I read several reviews before purchasing and was concerned about the non-metal handles burning or crumbling and was glad to see that the company addressed that issue by substituting the all metal handles. My earlier sets have the black handles so I'm trying to be careful and mindful of the possible damage. So far I have not experienced any issues. On my health craft wish list is the 3 piece pasta set and large stock pot for sauces, soups, and stews. After I purchase those pieces, my set will be complete! I have shared my "pros" for these pots and the only "con" is the cost. They are very pricey. I never thought I'd spend hundreds of dollars for a single pot, but is was money well spent. Purchasing these pots is an investment. These pots, if cared for, can be passed down to the next generation. I look forward to many years of excellent cooking.....and the next sale!

Great Set Combination POSTED BY BUTCH AND KATHY ON 25TH DEC 2014. All the pans that I like... and they are incredible on my True Induction cooktop.

William Schultheis July 30, 2015 wrote: I've been lucky enough in my life to work with a company that supplies a product that what they say is true! I personally own Health Craft Cookware since 1993 and never had to replace a pan or pot since!

Sheri McCoy April 11, 2014 wrote: You are terrific. I just can't believe some of the negative reports I've read about Health Craft - I have nothing but positive things to say about Health Craft.  Love, love, love it and great customer service.

Ken Dambrosio March 8, 2014 Wrote: It’s all about quality Product: 7¼inch Gourmet Skillet Induction Fry Pan Made in USA Posted By: Ken Dambrosio. For years I have owned, many so called "The Best Cookware" only to find out their faults in cooking and ergonomics’. By-far Health Craft far exceeds all of them for a truly quality cookware. I have been adding additional Health Craft cookware over the last year, I have nothing but praise for their quality. I know that I will never need another cookware, there selection meets every demand for the concerned cook... The good news they are made in America and have a Life Time Guarantee.  

Janina Budiselica 3:26 March 4, 2014 WROTE: Dear Health Craft, Below you will find a photo of my pots and pans that I purchased from Health Craft 26 years ago…After replacing the handles and knobs my set still looks like brand new.  Thank you for such wonderful product. Sincerely yours, happy customer Janina

On Thursday Jan 23rd Melody Golembeski Wrote: It simply amazes me all the reviews that I read on your website about how wonderful Health Craft is. I have left several messages and have emailed the health craft email that is online about how dissatisfied I am with your product, and no one has bothered to contact me...I wonder why? I wish I could write my review on your website, but apparently you cannot just write what you want, it needs to be approved, so why bother. The pans do NOT perform as were shown at the demonstration, and I have followed the instructions EXACTLY.  I have not cooked one thing that has not stuck to the bottom of the pan, and the underside of the pans have turned black and I cannot get the stains off.  I spent A LOT of money on this product, and right now it is just taking up space in my cabinets. Let’s see if anyone responds to this. Melody Baucom

January 23, 2014 update: We called Melody immediately upon receiving her email, and we are in the process of helping her with her cookware. Cleaning, Cooking, Etc.

FOLLOW UP April 11, 2014 update: We did hear back from Melody about a month ago and she was still having a problems cleaning her pans. We offered to help her sell cookware but have not heard back from her as yet.

On Thursday Jan 9, 2014 Patricia Meyer wrote: Dear Mr. Knight, Just wanted to let you all know how much I love my Health Craft large pots when it comes to homemade soup and stock. Having 3 of your large (12qt, 6qt and a pasta pot) pots helps much. I'm sure customers often think they could have no use for such large pots, thus they might be hard to sell. Well, in this colder winter there can be nothing better than homemade soups, chilies and stews!!! Being able to cook them in your waterless cookware means a nice constant low and slow simmer (or boil) is easily achieved which means NO SCORCHING!!!!!! Right now I am making split pea soup with ham bones--I another pot I would constantly have to be checking and stirring to prevent peas from sticking to the bottom of the pot. It is GREAT to be able to let things just cook along without a worry in the world!!! I doubt I will have any need for any more Health Craft--but just had to let you know once again how much I use and enjoy your waterless cookware. Oh, yesterday I made a pecan pie in one of your pie tins--The edge design of the pie pan sure makes it easy to shape a lovely edge then cover with aluminum foil to prevent burning without and "squishing down" of the top edge. Yup. I also enjoy good bake ware! Bye for now, Patricia Meyer

On Monday Dec 30, 2013 at 8:26am Dee Andres wrote: "I've used Health Craft for 20 years and recommend it to everyone."

Purchased for the Next Generation: POSTED BY CAROLYN ON 15TH DEC 2013. I purchased the #1, 2 and 3 sets 16 years ago. I love my pans so much that I purchased a second set (1, 2 and 3 again) for my son and his finance as a wedding gift. In 16 years I've only had 3 white handles come off and my son easily replaced them. Recently the inside bottom of my 6 quart pan was burned badly. I was able to clean it by boiling water in the pan and now you would never know the bottom had been burned. I'm hoping I will be able to get Health craft for my other 2 children when they move out.

On Mon, Dec 2, 2013 at 12:39 PM, Glenn wrote: Charles, Health craft does make superior stainless steel cookware.  I'm no chef, but when I compare the health craft sauté pans that I have to the Calphalon Tri-Ply, there is no comparison.  The Health craft heats up very fast and most importantly, the Health craft doesn't scratch with the metal utensils that I use.  The Calphalon Tri-ply is all scratched up on the surface.  Also, the removable handle is a great feature with the Health craft.  That's why I recommend Health craft cookware to my friends.  50% off is a great deal, but I don't need any more cookware now.  I have a Fagor pressure cooker, but that's a pain to clean if you don't get it early.  Health craft steel is also easier to clean.  If Fagor used your metal it would have been a better product.  They do make a great pressure cooker.  Has Health craft thought of making a pressure cooker?  A pressure cooker does have its place in the kitchen. Thanks, Glenn

October 28, 2013.  I already receive e-mails from you. I ordered the induction sets after lightning hit our house in 2012. I gave our old (2007?) regular sets to our daughter at your recommendation. I really appreciate all your customer service throughout the years. Margaret S. Dublin, Ohio

September 12, 2013. Excellent quality pan. Product: 12 1/8" Round Surgical Stainless Steel This pizza pan is heavy gauge and beautifully finished. PIZZA PAN - Made in USA Posted By: N/A

September 11, 2013. Health Craft Parts: Product: White Gold Classic MEDIUM Side Handle Snap-On no screw. I've owned health craft pots and pans for years and this is only the second time I've had to get a few new handles. I use them every day; and love every one of them. 
Posted By: Norma

August 31, 2013. I would like to say thank you all for the service I receive with this company. In this day and age it is very refreshing to be treated so nicely. Susan Giddens, Savannah, GA

August 23, 2013. Easy fix for broken handles. Product: Black Silver Classic MEDIUM Side Handle Snap-On no screw.  The handles on the smaller pans tend to suffer heat exhaustion and fall apart after a number of years of heavy use. Replacements are readily available and easy to install. I replaced two handles on my 1.25 quart sauce pan and it is as good as brand new. The handles come fully assembled and snap right in place. The mounting brackets must be there or this will not work. I positioned both handles in place (one on each side) and simply pressed them toward each other. They snapped right in!! Anyone with a moderate amount of strength can do this. No instructions are really needed. Posted By: N/A

July 5, 2013. SNAP-ON SIDE HANDLE Product: Black Silver Classic SMALL Side Handle Snap-On no screw. THE SNAP-ON SIDE HANDLE JUST AS GOOD AS ORIGINAL. IT JUST DOESN'T SNAP ON, BUT REQUIRES A LITTLE FORCE WITH A RUBBER MALLET. Posted By: CLAIREMONT HENRY

June 29, 2013. Replacement handle for 4 qt. sauce pan. Product: Black Silver Classic MEDIUM Side Handle Snap-On no screw.  Please include directions for installation on replacement parts. It is not always obvious. I had to call to find out the proper procedure of tapping it in with a rubber mallet. The original lasted 4 years and suffered heat exhaustion. Posted By: David Mayer

June 8, 2013. I LOVE THESE POTS AND PANS!!!! I "forgot" about some eggs that I had started the water to boil for hard boiled eggs and after 1 1/2 hours after the water boiled out and the eggs were burnt and exploded - the pot was charred but cleaned up like it was brand new!! Thank you!! Pat M.

April 5, 2013. Thank you, thank you, and thank you. I received the cookware (except the 1.5qt which is back ordered) It is fantastic.  Better than I expected.  I have made a few things and especially enjoy the vegetables.  Tomorrow I am going to make Beef Stroganoff from your cookbook. By the way, I did not know I was conversing with someone famous.  Cooking show!  I would really like to come to your cooking class.  Can you send me some information about it? Anyway, I am very pleased. Barbara Berger

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