KitchenAid was created in 1919 by the Hobart Corporation, the developer and manufacturer of the first electric mixers. Their original 80-quart model had become so successful in commercial kitchens that the public demanded a version that could be used in the home. Hobart scaled their design down and called it KitchenAid. Thus began the revolution in modern electric kitchen appliances.
Today the KitchenAid name is not only limited to mixers. KitchenAid provides home consumers with blenders, burr grinders, espresso machines, toasters and more. For its legendary style and performance, the first name in kitchens is KitchenAid
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