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Magimix Food Processors

For nearly 50 years, the Magimix name has been a household one. While the design has seen its fair share of imitators, the original food processor remains a favourite in kitchens around the world, because it’s hard to top such innovative and persistent success.

History

A division of Robot-Coupe in Burgundy, France, Magimix came into being to manufacture and distribute the world’s first domestic food processing machines for home cooks. While their industrial devices saw commercial success as far back as 1963, it wasn’t until 1971 that food processors became available to amateur chefs in their own kitchens. Since then, the company has designed and improved upon a variety of small kitchen appliances.

Reputation

Lauded by The New York Times as “the culinary revolution of the 20th century,” Magimix food processors have become a staple of personal and academic kitchens in more than 60 countries. Some American brands also evolved from these same beginnings, so there’s even more than one trustworthy name behind the Magimix family of products. If it satisfies the needs of celebrity chefs and famous restaurants, then imagine what it can do for you, at home!

Efficiency

Magimix products come with multiple attachments to satisfy not only the most common food preparation needs, but also a few processes you might not have even thought about. Whether you’re talking about slicing, chopping, shredding, grating, mincing, crushing or whisking: With a Magimix, you now have one machine that can do it all.

Safety

Long lasting by design, Magimix food processors aren’t just safe to use, they’re also safe for the environment. BPA-free construction and responsible engineering mean that you’ll prepare hundreds of ingredients over the course of your device’s lifetime without ever having to worry over what’s leeching into your food. Plus, if yours ever does break down, the stainless steel and other parts are easy to recycle.

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