The Thermomix began when a mother in Germany wanted to make her own baby food for her new child, but current appliances were not able to achieve this. She dreamed of a machine that could grind food into small enough pieces for her child to eat and cook at the same time, and so was born the idea of the Thermomix.
The Thermomix was developed in Germany by over 120 engineers and technical experts who then tested over 25,000 recipes to see how they were compatible with the Thermomix. Since its development in 1960, there have been 4 generations of the Thermomix and has taken over Europe by storm and is currently expanding across the world. At least 2 Thermomix is sold every minute and has sold enough in Spain and Italy alone to fill each home in those countries.
Distributors are setting up all over the world, providing after sales support as well as providing demonstrations for people interested in the Thermomix.
Today the Thermomix is manufactured in a Vorwerk plant in France and engineers continue to fine tune and recipe developers all over the world are writing new cook books just for the Thermomix.