America's oldest and biggest cast iron cookware company is expanding its business with the purchase of a 6-year-old premium cast iron cookware maker headquartered in Portland, Oregon. Lodge CEO Mike Otterman said it was the first acquisition in the year history of the family-owned cast iron maker in South Pittsburg. Terms of the sale were not disclosed. Otterman said the capital spending for the purchase and the additional sales will be only a small part of Lodge's overall results. In recent years, Lodge has differentiated its product portfolio with the additions of the Wildlife Series, Chef CollectionTM, and the recent introduction of the triple seasonedTM Blacklock line. FINEX, which began with a Kickstarter campaign to fund a premium inch cast iron skillet in , has grown to a national company with both online sales and sales through more than retail stores, according to FINEX marketing director Michael Griffin.
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Most of the major manufacturers of cast-iron cookware began production in the late s or early s. Cast-iron cookware and stoves were especially popular among homemakers and housekeepers during the first half of the 20th century. Most American households had at least one cast-iron stove and cooking pan, and such brands as Griswold and Wagner Ware were especially popular; though several other manufacturers also produced kitchen utensils and cooking pots and pans at that time. With the exception of Lodge Manufacturing , most American manufacturers of cast iron from this era such as Atlanta Stove Works, have been acquired by other corporations and no longer produce cast-iron cookware in the United States; however, cast-iron pots and pans from the early 20th century continue to see daily use among many households in the present day.
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