Though the most prominent product of Kitchenaid at inception in 1919 was the stand mixer, it has come a long way since then. Hobart Corporation, the company that made the first stand mixer through one of its engineers, Herbert Johnston, was the founder of KitchenAid, which has been in existence for more than hundred years.
When the company finally produced its first model of stand mixer, it went into competition with some of the bigwigs in appliance making at the time. However, it survived the competition by launching its own model “K” in the 1930s, which was designed by Egmont Arens.
From there on, KitchenAid has grown to the point of almost dominating the market of stand mixers by producing different varieties in varied shapes and sizes from the most expensive to the most affordable. Some of its products like Sunbeam Mixmaster virtually dominated the U.S market in the 1950s.
Today, Whirlpool Corporation owns KitchenAid. It has come a long way from a stand mixer-producing brand to become the maker of other household appliances and kitchenware like dishwashers, refrigerators, freezers, blenders, ranges, cooktops, grills, warming drawers, toasters, and microwave.
KitchenAid is not only a household name in appliance making in North America, it also enjoys the market of other developed and emerging markets alike. Its manufacturing plants are located in Ohio, South Carolina, Mississippi, Quebec, and Ontario, with some parts of its products made in China. You can find KitchenAid products worldwide.
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