Vitamix is a company that has been operated by the Barnad family since 1921, who were in charge of manufacturing blenders for customers and for companies or industries such as restaurants and hotels. Its headquarters was located in Ohio since 1948. At the beginning they employed almost 1,000 people, this company arose because William Grover Barnard began to travel around the country selling these kitchen products and from there he recognized the importance and the impact that food nutrition has in health. It was not until 1949 that William G. "Papa" Barnard created an infomercial to demonstrate how the Vitamix blender can help families eat healthier.
And this is how over time they have continued to grow and their vision is to continue improving the vitality of people and that they can free themselves from the conventional limits of creating food. They want to create relationships where with their design and development they can produce something that makes people's lives easier and fulfills an excellent performance that is what characterizes them.
The FoodCycler FC-50 is a compact food recycler that reduces food waste and eliminates food scrap odors, making it ideal for indoor use. The new carbon filter lid reduces odors, so you can store your scraps until the bucket is full without worrying about offensive smells. And quieter cycles mean you can run it multiple times a day, year round.
- The FoodCycler FC-50 takes kitchen food scraps, including chicken bones, produce, fruit skins, etc. and makes a soil amendment or garbage refuse in 4/8 hours
- 2 L Capacity for most table and refrigerator scraps including chicken bones
- Cuts down volume of food waste by up to 90%irtually Odorless & Includes Odor Eliminating Carbon Filters
- Flexible home placement and stores anywhere with power multiple daily uses
- Dimensions: 12.6 x 11 x 14.2 inches
- Weight: 27 lbs
- Electrical Ratings: 120V, 60Hz 500 W
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