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Virtually synonymous with versatility, reliability, and durability, KitchenAid built its reputation on its classic stand mixer and has leveraged that success and expertise to create food processors, coffeemakers and a range of accessories that convert that powerhouse mixer into a vegetable slicer, meat grinder, sausagestuffer, and pasta maker.

This diverse product offering grew out of one man's efforts to make a labor-saving device for mixing bread dough. It was 1908 when Herbert Johnson, an engineer, presided over the development of an 80-quart mixer. After World War I ended, the Ohio-based Hobart Manufacturing Co. began producing the first in a long series of non-commercial stand mixers that featured "planetary action". This innovative appliance was called the H-5 until an employee's wife gave her legendary testimonial -- and the rest is history.

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