A new report by the New York Times has found that ceramic cookware is actually a bad bet for a consumer.
The report, which examined the top three brands of ceramic dinner ware, is based on a survey of more than 1,000 consumers from across the United States.
It found that in comparison to the average consumer, consumers who bought ceramic were less satisfied with their dining experience.
The top three consumers surveyed were:People who said they would pay $150 for ceramic tableware were more likely to say they were satisfied with the ceramic dishes in the dishes.
In contrast, people who said ceramic would be a better investment were more apt to say that they would rather have a ceramic dinner table.
The findings are in line with other research on the topic, which has found consumers who buy ceramic will be more likely than those who buy other types of dinnerware to say the dishes they eat are worth the money they spent.
The study, which is based off of consumer responses to a survey from 2011, found that consumers who prefer ceramic dining dishes were more inclined to rate ceramic as an investment than those that prefer other types.
The study found that those who prefer ceramics were also more likely at least partially willing to pay for the dish when compared to those who do not.
Ceramics are generally considered a better value than other types, but they have come under fire for their taste and durability.
In 2013, the United Nations called for a ban on the use of ceramic in dishware.
The United States is one of the most important markets for ceramic and ceramic cooktops.
In 2015, the number of restaurants in the United State was up by more than 10 percent, with the number expected to grow by another 2 percent by 2020.