Why do induction products make noise when they are heated?

As induction hobs work with magnetic fields, there is a magnetic coil under each induction plate. This works with alternating current, which creates an oscillating magnetic field that is constantly rewinding - i.e. realigning itself.
This constant rewinding triggers a slight vibration in your cookware, which in turn causes the noises that you can then hear.

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