Kenwood’s kMix blender has received accreditation from the Good Housekeeping Institute for 2008.

Kenwood blender gets Good Housekeeping seal of approval

Kenwood’s kMix blender has received accreditation from the Good Housekeeping Institute for 2008.

Kenwood blender gets Good Housekeeping seal of approval

The GHI award is gained through a series of consumer quality assessment tests devised by the institute, and provides a rigorous benchmark for consumers across a diverse range of household products.

Kenwood trade marketing manager Penny Jones said: “We’re really excited that it has passed the Good Housekeeping Institute’s expert researchers’ test, with a fantastic grade of 91 out of 100.”

The kMix blender has a retro design, with 1.6l glass goblet, metal body and easy-clean design. It also features a dial for selecting function rather than speed.

The blender is one of four products in the kMix range. The others are stand mixer – which has also received GHI accreditation, hand mixer and hand blender. They are available in raspberry coconut and almond.

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