American Made Blenders

You might be asking yourself if any blenders are still made here in America?, well the answer is yes, and we've put together a list of manufacturers & brands, which includes large corporations & small companies.

The list includes 3 companies that produce some of the best heavy duty kitchen, restaurant & commercial blenders, and more.

Although none of these companies make any of their blenders from components 100% sourced here in America, they all still assemble them in the US, using both domestic & globally sourced components.

There are a few details about the manufacturers and also affiliate links to retailers where you can get the latest prices, shipping costs, customer reviews, special offers & more, where available.

Blendtec

Blendtec Blenders

Blendtec makes the some of the world's best blenders, mixers and grain mills. There's a reason Blendtec has been called The World's Most Advanced Blender. With technology to make blending simpler and more effective, Blendtec is the ultimate tool for helping you Feed Your Passion™.
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75%Blendtec blenders are made in Orem, Utah, using domestic and globally sourced components.

Vitamix

Vitamix Blenders

Vitamix is a family-owned, mid-market manufacturer of high-performance blending equipment for the consumer and food service commercial markets. Every Vitamix machine is built by hand and must pass their quality control inspection before being shipped to your door.
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75%Vitamix blenders are made in Cleveland, Ohio, using domestic and globally sourced components.

Waring Pro

Waring Pro Blenders

Found in home kitchens and foodservice operations of all kinds around the world, Waring blenders reflect an unwavering commitment to making lives easier and businesses more profitable. Engineered to deliver exceptional results, Waring products go through an exhaustive quality control process to ensure superior performance and durability.
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75%Waring blenders are made in McConnellsburg, Pennsylvania, using domestic and globally sourced components.

Any brands marked with a gold star indicates that some (or all) of their blenders are made in the USA using all domestic sourced parts. The silver icon shows that they are assembled in America using both domestic and imported parts, and the bronze icon shows that they are assembled in the U.S. using all imported parts.

Overall the above 3 blender brands scored a combined rating of 75%100 'Made in America'.

Many businesses alter their brand names, manufacturing practices or product designs with little or no notice, so if there are questions that still remain, we suggest contacting the manufacturer directly.

* This site does not have any relationship, business or personal, with any of the brands in the above list. Our reviews are limited to the issue of being made in the USA, thus are impartial, although we are a participant in several affiliate networks, including Amazon and others, which are advertising programs, and as an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying purchases.