de Buyer (pronounced Dee Bou yeh) is a French cookware manufacturer, founded in 1830, from the village Le Val-d'Ajol in the Vosges department. de Buyer produces around 3,000 different products: cookware made of steel, stainless steel, copper and non stick aluminium, mandoline slicers, silicone moulds, pastry utensils, etc. On June 23rd, 2016, de Buyer acquired Marlux, a pepper, salt and spice mills manufacturer in France.
de Buyer products are mainly targeted at professional and serious gourmet consumers.
- Clark, Melissa (16 March 2011). "Get Real and Get a Mandoline". The New York Times. Retrieved 20 March 2011.
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