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Where are Frigidaire stoves made?

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As of 2015, Frigidaire stoves are produced at a location in Memphis, Tennessee, after the company moved its production facilities to the city from L'Assumption, Quebec, in 2013. The Tennessee location produces gas and induction cooktops for Electrolux under the Frigidaire brand name.

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Frigidaire also operates several other plants around the United States and Mexico, including a freezer factory in St. Cloud, Minnesota, and a refrigerator factory in Juarez, Mexico. As of 2015, the Frigidaire brand is owned by Electrolux, which is a company based in Sweden. The Frigidaire brand itself has been sold worldwide since the 1930s and has its origins in the United States.

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