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Where are Cuisinart products made?

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As of 2014, Cuisinart products are made primarily in China and France. It is best to look at a specific Cuisinart product to determine where it is made.

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In 1973, Carl Sontheimer introduced the Cuisinart food processor to America. Since then, the Cuisinart product line has expanded to include bakeware, cookware, dinnerware, flatware, glassware and a variety of kitchen gadgets.

Cuisinart also makes cooking easier with products such as stand mixers, blenders, toasters, microwave ovens, slow cookers, sparkling beverage makers, coffeemakers and frozen yogurt, ice cream and sorbet makers. Some of Cuisinart's specialty products include wine cellars, bread makers and popcorn makers.

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