Corningware “Etch”, New (2017).
230 ppm lead on the outside.
91 ppm lead on the inside.
Tested with an XRF Instrument.
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These levels are considered safe by most standards. Most likely leach tested (and most likely passed!). Comments on the original Facebook post for this piece reiterate my personal sentiment… in 2017 a company like Corningware should have the capacity to make completely lead-free cookware.
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Richard Bergstrom says
Tamara: You never post on the toxicity of metal cookware – or on non-stick coated cookware? How come? This a bigger problem than you realize. Get the truth out about metal toxicity. There are other toxic metals besides lead.
Have one, never used, as gift. Is this ovenproof and if so max temperature?
I had no idea there was lead in Corningware.
Sorry – I cannot really comment on the functional use of this dish. I don’t own it. It belonged to one of my readers.
Thank you for commenting.
Mary Claire says
Wow, that’s the Corningware dish I have…used it ALL the time. My son has encephalopathy and myriad of other problems. Thanks for all you do. Will donate! MC
From what I understand, Tamara is considering this piece as safe.