Farberware Debuts Small Electrics Exclusive to Walmart

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MIRAMAR, Fla.-The Farberware brand of Russell Hobbs has introduced a line of small electrics that are exclusives for Walmart.

The line includes a programmable coffee and tea maker, a dual-function  food processor and a 10-speed blender.  They are available at Walmart stores now for $59.88 each, and they are made with stainless-steel finishes.

The programmable coffee and tea maker has a 12-cup capacity, and has two specialized permanent filters for coffee grinds and tea leaves. The food processor, also with a 12-cup capacity and a four-cup nested work bowl, has a reversible slicing and shredding disk and separate blades for chopping and processing dough. The blender has preprogrammed settings, a 56-ounce glass blending jar and a six-point blade system with varying pulse speeds.

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