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Published on November 1st, 2018 | by The GC Team

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Ninja introduces new vacuum blending range

Appliance brand Ninja has launched a range of vacuum blending products incorporating the brand’s FreshVac technology.

Three new additions to Ninja’s blending range benefit from the new technology: the NutriNinja personal blender, the 2-in-1 jug blender and personal smoothie maker, and a 3-in-1 food processing kitchen system.

All come equipped with Ninja’s Auto-iQ technology, which removes the guesswork when deciding which setting to use. Users simply choose a pre-set programme and Auto-iQ’s pulse, pause and blend patterns do the rest.

Vacuum blending pumps oxygen out and locks vitamins in, creating smoothies which stay fresher for longer with a smooth texture, rich flavour and less foam and separation – with traditional blending, discolouration and separation start to happen as soon as the blending of fruits and vegetables begins.

Vacuum blending, however, removes excess oxygen before the ingredients are blended, which slows down the oxidisation process, preserves nutrients and prevents air bubbles from being whipped into drinks.

Users simply employ the FreshVac Pump to remove excess air from the blending pitcher or NutriNinja single-serve cup before blending the ingredients via one of the pre-set Auto-iQ programmes.

For further information: 0203 900 4133 | www.ninjakitchen.eu/uk

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