Let this note begin with you then. If you have a modern kitchen unit at home and you have an avid interest in the preparation, cooking and serving of all kinds of dishes, then the chances are more than good that you will have a blender in your kitchen. You will most likely be using this blender to bake cakes, breads, muffins and the likes. You will also be using the prepping utensil to make biscuits. Most domestic chefs, on the other hand, are using what is popularly known as food processing units or food processor. It is able to do a lot more than just blending. Blending is just on part of the food processing enterprise.
Speaking of enterprise, just pause for a moment and think how your regular packaged groceries reach its product shelves. Busy consumers more than often purchase processed foodstuffs in order to cut down on their cooking time at home if, indeed, they are cooking at all. Nevertheless, small to medium to multinational-sized food processing plants are in great abundance across the world. Without food, no-one would be able to survive, now would they. The industrial sector of the food services industry continues to respond in a big way to the high demand for their products. In lieu of baking large volumes of bread, biscuits, confectioneries, burgers and packaged fries, as well as delicatessen or gourmet-styled cook and heat or microwave meals, these plants will be using large industrial blending machines.
But just note that the use of industrial scale blending machines are not necessarily confined to the production of food. They will also be in wide use in the pharmaceutical segment of the health services industry. And it is also true that specially prepared blenders are being utilized to process soluble materials for the construction industry.