Vitamix Unveils Culinary School Program

CLEVELAND-Vitamix announced that it has been supplying culinary schools across the United States with commercial small appliances through its Vitamix Culinary School Program.

Through the program, the small-electrics vendor has been providing appliances such as The Quiet One, a premium blender; The Vita-Prep, a food-preparation appliance; and the Vitamix XL blender. The company said that since last year, when the program actually launched, it has been supplying these appliances to 150 culinary schools throughout the nation. It has also committed to offering instructors and more than 52,000 students access to the latest Vitamix technologies in commercial blending.

Vitamix spoke about the program at a luncheon at the National Restaurant Association's Restaurant, Hotel-Motel Show in Chicago. The company said it will continue to expand the Culinary School Program "through a wide array of concentrated efforts and additional learning opportunities."

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