By The Nation
The new blending technology helps preserve three times the amount of vitamin C after eight hours compared to normal blending, the company said. You can taste the freshness and enjoy brighter smoothies with less separation, foam and bubbles.
According to the World Health Organisation, a healthy diet should consist of at least 400 grams or five portions of fruit and vegetables per day. What is more, eating the recommended daily amount of fruit and vegetables reduces the risk of lifestyle related diseases, and helps ensure an adequate daily intake of dietary fibre.
Siriwan Nitkitjatorn, Gerneral Manager Personal Health of Philips (Thailand), said: “According to the research, Thai consumers are getting more health conscious and fruits and vegetables have become preferred food choice. The love for smoothies have become more popular as well due to its convenience in preparation and its tastiness. Hence, the blender market segment is growing each year. Based on GFK survey, the segment values Bt1.5 billion in 2018, a YoY increase by 16 per cent.
“As the leader in health technology, Philips believes there is always a way to make life better, and understands how tricky it can be for people to fit the right amount of fruit and vegetables into their diet. Healthy smoothies are a simple and delicious way to do this, and with the Philips High Speed Vacuum Blender you can seal in the goodness of your smoothie and enjoy the freshness throughout the day.
“The StayFresh Vacuum technology reduces oxidation within the blender’s jar and keeps your smoothie fresher – preserving three times the amount of vitamin C after eight hours compared to normal blending,” said Siriwan.
Convenient and easy to use, this new blender has a 1.8 litre jar. It also features ProBlend 6 3D technology, which has blades that cover a wider blending area. The ‘High Speed Vacuum Blender’ comes with five functions.