The information contained within this document pertains to the California Assembly Bill Number 1200 (also referred to as “AB1200”).


A: The cookware disclosure requirement of California AB 1200 is found in the California Health & Safety Code beginning in Section 109010. As of January 1, 2024, manufacturers of cookware sold in the state containing one or more intentionally added chemicals from a designated list of chemicals are required to identify those chemicals on the product label. This law also requires, beginning January 1, 2023, cookware manufacturers to identify such chemicals on its website.

For more information, please visit: Assembly Bill No. 1200 California Legislation

“Cookware” means items used to prepare, dispense, or store food, foodstuffs, or beverages: pot, pans, skillets, grills, baking sheets, baking molds, trays, bowls, and cooking utensils. “Intentionally added” means that the manufacturer has intentionally added the chemical to the product and the chemical has a functional or technical effect in the product. The tables in this web page identify the cookware for which the website disclosure is required.

Louis Kitchenware Food Safety Statement

At Louis Kitchenware, product safety is paramount to our business philosophy. In addition to annual testing by third-party laboratories, all of our products comply with relevant limits and rules established by the Federal Food and Drug Administration and the European Union governing the safe use of products in direct contact with food. We, along with our manufacturers, are confident that our products pose no health risks. 

Aluminized Steel Bakeware Products

  • Half Sheet Pan
  • 9" Round Pan

The products in the list above contain:

 Los productos de la tabla anterior contienen:

Designated Chemical(s) Authoritative List(s) Link to Authoritative List(s)
Aluminum ATSDR Neurotoxicants; CA MCLs; CWA 303(d) CalSAFER Aluminum
Iron CWA 303(d) CalSAFER Iron
Manganese CWA 303(d); CDC 4th National Exposure Report; OEHHA RELs; CA TACs; CA NLs; ATSDR Neurotoxicants; IRIS Neurotoxicants CalSAFER Manganese
Vanadium and Compounds CA NLs CalSAFER Vanadium & Compounds
Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE)
[Cas# 9002-84-0]
CECBP- Priority Chemicals CalSAFER PFASs (PTFE)


Steel Cookware Products

California Law AB1200 requires manufacturers to disclose on its website any intentionally added chemicals listed on the CA DTSC Candidate Chemical List, which may be present on any cookware surface that comes into contact with food or in the handle of the product. The presence of these chemicals does not mean that our cookware poses any health risk.

 Chemical CA DTSC Authoritative List Link – For More Information
Chromium Total CA MCLs
Chromium Compounds CDC 4th NER, CA TACs, OEHHA RELs, CWA 303(d)
Nickel & Nickel Compounds Prop 65, IARC Car 1, CA TACs, NTP 13th RoC, OEHHA RELs, CWA 303(c) and (d)
Iron CWA 303(d)
Manganese Compounds CWA 303(d), CDC 4th NER, OEHHA RELs, CA TACs, CA NLs, IRIS
Molybdenum CDC 4th NER, CWA 303(d), CECBP Priority Chemicals



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