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The first Vitamix blender was introduced in 1937 by William 'Papa' Grover Barnard, who saw the potential of escalating the convenience of a healthy diet through blended recipes. Vitamix now offers a variety of blenders with multiple functions, giving people opportunities to create organic blended fo... Read Moreods at home. Vitamix blenders are available in the Creations, Classic, Professional, and TurboBlend series.

Vitamix blenders, spacious enough to let food rotate proficiently, each use a stainless-steel blade. The blenders are built in the United States, using 70-percent-American components. Ranging in function, Vitamix's 15 blender models each come with a recipe book and a tamper for processing thick mixtures. Each self-cleaning blender has more than eight different speed settings. The containers on Vitamix blenders come in 32-, 48-, and 64-ounce capacities that process whole foods, soups, sauces, desserts, or drinks.  

The Vitamix 5200 Deluxe Complete Kitchen blender is a best seller, offering three containers ranging from 32 to 64 ounces in capacity, two cookbooks, tampers, spatulas, and bendable cutting boards. The Vitamix 5200 includes a 32-ounce dry grains container for grinding flour and comes in four colors. The TurboBlend VS blender features a filtration bag for juicing, sprouting, and making milks from nuts. The TurboBlend VS also comes with a Live Fresh recipe book of vegetarian and vegan recipes and a cooking class DVD by raw food author Ani Phyo. Vitamix offers blenders for mixing many foods, from whole strawberries to roots and grains, and provides accessories that create blended foods for various diets.         
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Vitamix Corporation
800/848-2649
8615 Usher Rd.
Cleveland, OH 44138
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