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Blendtec Introduces The New CHEF Blender

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Blendtec, a global provider of high-performance blenders and dispensing equipment, today announced the introduction of a totally new machine designed for commercial and institutional kitchens called the Chef Blender. This machine is designed to be a chef’s best friend by having more than enough power to handle any combination of ingredients and offering a way to repeat often-used cycles. Working in conjunction with leading chefs and institutional clients, Blendtec has come up with a truly unique offering for a back-of-the-house application. Now a chef can find the best combination of speed and time settings for a given recipe, then save the combination to the Chef Blender’s memory and have a sous chef or kitchen assistant replicate the recipe throughout the day. This means the chef can have more time for other tasks while knowing the recipe can be replicated time after time with the same results. "The Blendtec Chef blender is a wonderful, innovative new concept for our clients who need total control over the blending process but want an automatic function which allows a recipe to be replicated perfectly. This was really a customer-centric project where we started with a blank page and designed the blender around the way it would be used in a kitchen environment. It really opens new doors to our sales team, and we anticipate a great response as more and more clients become familiar with the Chef Blender's advantages," said Tom Dickson, Blendtec’s CEO. The Chef blender is like no other blender currently available and has Blendtec’s proven performance and reliability. The blender uses a proven blending platform but integrates new control and memory functions. To find out more about Blendtec visit the company's website: www.Blendtec.com. You can also contact Blendtec directly at 801 222-0888.

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