Vitamix has been around since the early 1920s when William Barnard founded the company in the northeastern part of Ohio. In the ’30s, Barnard got wind of a new invention that blended liquids and other substances. He added innovation to the idea, and in 1937 he released “The Blender,” a more durable kitchen appliance than any similar product on the market at the time.
Close to a century later, the Barnard family still owns Vitamix, and they still sell large, reliable blenders. This one is popular – 81 percent of the 500-plus reviews have been positive. And it happens to be on sale.
The product page for this blender suggests several interesting functions: “Hot soup without a stove,” “Frozen treats in seconds,” “Grint nuts, coffee and more,” “Mix batters and dough,” and even “Silky smooth purées.” This blender can do it all!
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