For California residents
SMEG USA provides information, according to California AB 1200, on chemicals identified as candidate chemicals that exhibit a hazard trait or an environmental or toxicological endpoint that meets the criteria specified in regulations adopted by the Department of Toxic Substances Control pursuant to Article 14 (commencing with Section 25251) that may be present in its cookware and that may come in contact with food. Below is a link where you can find the list of candidate chemicals.
For Colorado residents
SMEG USA’s cookware may contain PFAS, a group of chemicals that are used to aid in resisting grease, water, stains, and soil, in cooking and baking products. These substances prevent food from adhering to non-stick cookware.