Kana uses sustainably sourced and recycled materials that don't compromise on quality.


At Kana, we take pride in the meticulous research and consideration that goes into sourcing the finest materials from around the world.

By partnering with experts in their respective fields, we ensure that our products reflect the highest standards of quality, authenticity, and integrity.

We believe in focusing on the quality and craftsmanship.

Our commitment is to promote inclusivity, respect, and fairness throughout our business practices. We firmly believe in focusing on the quality and craftsmanship of our products, regardless of their country of origin.

We source our materials from countries based on the expertise and excellence demonstrated by their craftspeople and industry professionals. We believe in celebrating the unique skills and traditions that each country has to offer.

Cast iron

Guided by a deep-rooted appreciation for the history of cast iron in the kitchen, we set out to develop enameled cast iron cookware that marries tradition and sustainability.

Meet Milo cookware - crafted with 40% recycled iron, heat resistant to 500℉, made to pass on for generations.

Why enameled cast iron?

Excellent performance

The ideal balance between heat distribution and retention.

Non-stick properties

The smooth, non-porous surface of the enamel provides a natural non-stick property.


Our enameled cast iron is non toxic and 100% safe to cook with.


Cast iron cookware can be used with all cooking sources, including induction and moves gracefully from stove, to oven, to table.

Easy Maintenance

Enamel’s smooth surface reduces the need for extensive scrubbing or seasoning.


Cast iron is incredibly durable and long-lasting. When properly cared for, it can last for generations.

Iron Casting

Milo cookware consists of a premium blend of genuine and 40% recycled cast iron. Crafted with durability and sustainability in mind. 

Spray Technique

Our modern spray technique ensures a homogenous finish, eliminating the weak spots that can be found in alternative methods.

Ground Coating

Our premium blend of genuine and 40% recycled cast iron features a top-grade ground coating, ensuring the enamel adheres.

TOMATEC© enamel 

We use two layers of painted enamel from TOMATEC© to increase durability and performance.

Wall thickness

That bring balance between simple lines and performance.

When we set out to make goods better, that also meant finding ways to cut down on waste within our industries production process. When we were looking for our manufacturing partner it was important to us that we shared the same values and would work with us to divert manufacturing waste from the landfill.

Why only 40%?

Our goal is to make cast iron pieces that can be passed down for generations, so it needs to be durable. Using 100% recycled iron would impact the quality, resulting in a softer piece. Our 40% blend helps divert iron from the landfill while ensuring durability.

Designed in California, United States
Crafted in Hebei, China

Why China?

China has a rich and deep history in the art of cast iron craftsmanship and have perfected the artistry and techniques involved in creating durable and high-quality cookware.

We had strict ideas about who our cast iron partners should and shouldn’t be, and we selected our partner based on their dedication to their craft, their expertise in the field, and our shared ethics and values.

  • California Proposition 65
  • FDA: Food-safe

Our cast iron cookware is manufactured in factories adhering to:

  • BSCI: Business Social Compliance Initiative
  • ISO 9001: Quality Management Systems
  • ISO 14001: Environmental Management Systems
  • ISO 45001: Occupational Health & Safety Management Systems

Tri-ply clad stainless steel

When designing our bakeware, it was important to us to rethink the status-quo and turn typically utilitarian pieces into an everyday staple deserving of your precious cabinet space.

They needed to be beautiful but also durable, highly versatile, and kindly non-toxic.

Why tri-ply clad stainless steel?


Tri-ply clad is incredibly durable and won’t warp at high heat. Milo Bakeware is heat resistant up to 1000℉.

Efficient heat retention

The aluminum core enhances Milo’s heat retention properties and helps the bakeware maintain a consistent temperature.

Even heat distribution

The stainless steel exterior with the aluminum core ensures excellent heat distribution across the entire surface, eliminating hotspots and allowing for even baking results.


The 304 grade stainless steel outer layers prevent the aluminum from coming into contact with your food, providing a safe and more natural baking option than anti-stick coated bakeware on the market.


Tri-ply clad stainless steel bakeware, with its extreme resistance to high heat, allows for various cooking techniques, including baking, roasting, broiling, and even BBQ and open flame.

Easy Maintenance

Stainless steel is dishwasher safe and easy to clean by hand. Its non-porous surface resists food residue and stains.

Where it's made

Crafted in Guangdong, China.

304 Stainless Steel

304 grade stainless steel contains nickel, providing exceptional resistance to corrosion. Not only does it offer reliable performance, it will also keep its elegant finish over time.

Aluminum Core

Ensures perfect heat distribution.

Tri-ply clad

Two layers of stainless steel sandwiching an aluminum core for even heat distribution that won’t warp at high heat.

Our bakeware is made of 304-grade stainless steel, a grade known for its excellent corrosion resistance.

Designed in California, United States
Crafted in Hebei, China

Why China?

Our tri-ply clad manufacturing partner embraces the legacy of Belgian expertise and ethical manufacturing in China. This unique fusion of European technological advancement and the meticulousness of Chinese tradition results in exceptional bakeware. We handpicked our manufacturing partner for their unparalleled knowledge in tri-ply stainless steel and unwavering commitment to upholding the rigorous European standards, widely recognized as the gold standard worldwide.

  • FDA: Food-safe

Our tri-ply clad stainless steel is manufactured in factories adhering to:

  • BSCI: Business Social Compliance Initiative
  • ISO 9001: Quality Management Systems

Parchment Paper

We envisioned a departure from the status quo parchment paper on the market. Made from eco-friendly wood pulp with a natural silicone coating, it fits perfectly in our bakeware and cookware, reduces waste, and decomposes in just 20 weeks.

Why pre-cut parchment paper?

Exact Size

Pre-cut to reduce waste and save time


Certified as part of our circular economy and decomposes in 20 weeks

Non-stick properties

It has a naturally non-stick finish that limits food from sticking and protects cookware from staining


Unlike aluminum foil, Kana parchment paper is free from any toxic side effects.


Use it to line cake pans and baking trays, cook food in parchment-paper parcels, and even turn it into a piping bag.

Oven Safe

Oven safe up to 428℉.

Sustainably sourced wood pulp

Certified as PEFC our wood pulp is sourced with respect for the highest ecological, social and ethical standards.

High density paper

Designed to perform in a professional high-volume environment.

Natural non-stick coating

Both sides are coated with natural silicone and its greaseproof and anti stick properties have been tested for commercial use.

Part of a circular economy

Certified as compostable, it biodegrades in 20 weeks. This means there are no residues that adversely affect the viability of the kind microorganisms during the decomposition process.

Our parchment paper is food safe and stable meaning that its components won’t migrate into your food.
It is GMO and gluten free and and does not contains egg, milk, milk protein, peanuts, soybean, canola oil, sesame seeds, fish, almond, brazil-nut, cashew, chestnut, hazelnut, macadamia nut, pecan, pine nuts, pistachio, walnut, carrot, natural rubber latex.

Designed in Canada
Crafted in Uusimaa, Finland

Why Finland?

For our parchment paper, we turned our attention to Finland. Renowned for their pristine forests and sustainable forestry practices, Finland offers us the finest wood pulp for our parchment paper.

By sourcing our materials from Finland, we not only support responsible and eco-friendly production, but we also guarantee that our parchment paper meets the highest standards of purity and excellence.

  • Compostable EN13432
  • PEFC: Programme for the Endorsement of Forest. Sustainably sourced practices
  • FDA: Food-safe
  • Nordic Swan: An the official sustainability ecolabel for products from the Nordic countries
  • Kosher, all grades including Passover
  • Halal

Our parchment paper is manufactured in factories adhering to:

  • ISO 9001: Quality Management Systems
  • ISO14001: Environmental Management Systems
  • ISO 45001: Occupational Health & Safety Management Systems
  • ISO5001: Energy Management System
  • ISO22000: Food Safety Management System

Recycled polyester

Our felt trivets are made from 100% polyester derived from post-consumer plastic bottles and divert 12 plastic bottles from our landfills and waterways per set. When we set out to make our trivets we knew they needed to be beautiful and durable, but we also wanted them to help solve a larger problem within our society, which is why we wanted to go with recycled polyester.

Why recycled polyester?

Good for the earth

Each set of 3 trivets diverts 12 plastic water bottles from our landfills repurposing plastic waste instead of creating new plastic.

Protects against heat

Prevents burn marks on your tables and countertops.

Protects against moisture

Prevents moisture marks on your tables and countertops.

Protects your cookware

Prevents scratching during storage.


Use it as a coaster, hot pad, a pan protector, and even a mouse pad.

Source recycled waste

Post-consumer plastics waste is collected.

Clean and flake

Waste material is chopped and washed, to turn into clean plastic flakes.

Melt into Resin

The flakes issued from plastic waste are melted and reformulated into resin.

From resin to polyester fiber

Resin is melted into liquid polymer to become a recycled polyester fiber.

Designed in Canada
Crafted in Hebei, China

Why China?

When looking for a partner to help bring our felt trivets to life, it was important to us that we shared the same vision and values. We needed a partner that would help us source 100% recycled materials, diverting plastic bottles from landfills, and not everyone is willing to do so.

When we first met with our partners in Hubei, China it was clear from the start that they shared our values of sustainability and the high standards that we hold all our products to.

  • GRS - Global Recycling Standard

Our recycled polyester felt is manufactured in factories adhering to:

  • BSCI: Business Social Compliance Initiative
  • ISO 9001: Quality Management Systems

Cellulose Blend Swedish Dishcloths

We knew we wanted to offer a more sustainable alternative to kitchen sponges and paper towels, and in our minds, nothing compares to the power of a Swedish dishcloth. Lasting up to 200 washes at high heat, they are a sustainable alternative to synthetic kitchen cloths that are known to leave traces in our waterways. Absorbing up to 20 times its own weight, they replace 40 rolls of paper towel - see, powerful.

Why Swedish Dishcloths?


Decompose in just 12 weeks and leave no trace.

Super Absorbent

They absorb up to 15x their own weight.

Fast Drying

Reduces odor-causing bacteria.


Use these dishcloths to clean countertops, granite, stainless steel, glass and more! Clean up spills and messes, streak-free!

Dishwasher & washing machine safe

You can wash your reusable dishcloths up to 200 times before they need replacing.

Replaces paper towels and sponges

Each dishcloth lasts for several months, which is much kinder on the environment than single-use alternatives.

Fiber content

Made from 70% FSC certified cellulose and 30% cotton waste that is too short to be weaved, our cellulose blend is dishwasher and machine wash friendly.

Print technique

The Screen printing is made using water based and environmentally friendly ink.

Part of a circular economy

Certified as compostable, it biodegrades in just 12 weeks. This means there are no residues that adversely affect the viability of the kind microorganisms during the decomposition process.

Designed in Argentina, Serbia, Canada
Crafted in Sölvesborg, Sweden

Why Sweden?

Originally invented in 1949 by a Swedish engineer, Swedish Dishcloths have become a sustainable staple in every Scandinavian kitchen and they are gaining in popularity in North America. Given our consideration in working with countries that are experts in their fields, we could only consider producing them in Sweden even if many other countries are now producing them.

  • Compostable EN13432

Our cellulose blend Swedish dishcloths are manufactured with love by a family owned company in Sweden. Building their expertise for over 30 years, they have been selected for their deep understanding of their craft and for their passion for ethics, sustainability and circular economy.