Blender History

While trying to incorporate the historical importance of the blender may be a trivial thing, it becomes a little more important as you realize that this kitchen appliance may be responsible for a shift culture geared towards weight loss and healthier eating habits. The blender is solely responsible for the popularity of the smoothie which makes eating healthier a fun activity with a bit of flavor "mixed" in.

1922 - Blenders are sold to drug stores and soda shops to make milk shakes for the yound and old

1932 - Poplaswski recieves a patent for a kitchen applicance that will blend foods, fruits and veggies to be speicific, into a liquid form for drinking

1933 - Fred Waring, just a muscian at the time, improves on the design from Poplawski and create a new product they name the Miracle Mixer

1937 - Fred Waring redesigns the blender appliace and releases is own blender called the Waring Blendor. Vitamix gets in the game and decides to use a stainless steel container

1938 - Osius decides to give his product the new name of a Waring Blender after Fred Waring provides financial support

1946 - John Oster buys Stevens Electric and the initial Oseterizer blender is introduced to waiting consumers

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This infographic on the history of blenders is provided by Smoothie Web.