Who we are


With almost 130 years of heritage behind us, Baker’s Secret® is an expert in tried‐and‐true, smart, durable designs that simplify the baking process, allowing everyone the ability to bake delicious treats for their friends, family, and loved ones.

Baker’s Secret® guarantees to unlock the secret behind each successful baker ‐ the right tools.

Our Mission


We strive to bring the best product to every level of baker, from an amateur hobbyist to a Michelin star pastry chef, so that everyone can experience and share the joy of baking.

Beginnings

Our story begins with Edward Katzinger’s commercial baking pan company, founded in Chicago in 1888. Almost a century later in 1972, the Baker’s Secret® brand was introduced and would flourish into a nationwide household name.

With well over a century of heritage behind us, Baker’s Secret® continues to provide accessible, high-quality bakeware for bakers of all levels.

What we provide


We take pride in every single product we manufacture, and guarantee satisfaction to every single one of our customers.

We developed a wide range of non-stick bakeware and cookware, along with different lines of kitchen tools and gadgets to cover all bakers’ needs.

Why Baker's Secret®?


We know our customers, and we know that their baking needs are as flexible and inventive as they are. We cover all bases when it comes to providing the highest quality bakeware tools. We love what bakeware can impart to people who love baking, and seek to make sure all our customers are able to use the best product at any level.

From start to finish, we control the entire process. From designing, sourcing materials, to production, quality control and packaging, all while understanding our customers’ needs. With many years of experience behind us producing for the largest retailers around the world, Baker’s Secret® is the premier choice for your bakeware.

Heritage

In 1881, Edward Katzinger immigrated from Austria to New York City as an 18 year-old. He started off as a “tinner” in a factory before moving out to begin his own venture, eventually landing in Chicago where he focused on baking tin production for the commercial baking industry.

Before the turn of the 20th century, baking pans were typically produced at various sizes, made-to-order for clients, with no standardized sizing or specifications. But with the help of Katzinger’s son, Arthur, the business was pumping out up to 70,000 pans a day, all stock sized, ready to hit the mass market.

It was this revolutionary shift that spearheaded the amazing growth of the Katzinger business, and while acquiring and creating various brands over the 20th century, in 1972, Baker’s Secret® would be born.

Giving back matters.

1% of all sales proceeds go to charities.