The Kenwood MultiPro GO food processor saves bench space with its ultra-compact design


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Global kitchen appliance pioneer Kenwood has launched its most compact food processor yet, the Kenwood MultiPro GO.

This innovative food processor is ideal for younger consumers, particularly Gen-Z and millennials. It lightens the load of preparing food, while also allowing to cook meals from scratch.

20% smaller than Kenwood’s next smallest food processor, the MultiPro GO is perfect for those with limited bench space.

The Ultra-Compact Footprint design makes it fit in virtually any-sized kitchen, from family homes and shared houses to studio apartments.

The 360° Express Serve enables limitless slicing and grating directly into a pan or plate in seconds, making it quick and easy to use.

The MultiPro GO can slot easily into a standard kitchen drawer or cupboard (30cm high).

Its Stack ‘n StoreTM feature keeps all food preparation tools in one place, making kitchens free from clutter. When not in use, the attachments, including the knife blade and disc, can be kept in the main bowl. This means they are always there when needed.

The MultiPro GO can chop, slice, grate, puree, and even knead dough, covering all essential food preparation tasks.

It has an ultra-easy operation and is operated with just one button for complete control. All the tools are dishwasher-safe, making cleaning up a breeze.

Kenwood Marketing Manager ANZ, Davina Gray-Ebbett, said, “The Kenwood MultiPro GO has been developed specifically for modern living – it seamlessly blends all key functionality of a food processor with an ultra-compact footprint to keep kitchens tidy and clutter-free. Designed for ultra-ease of use, it acts as a spare pair of hands to save time and effort, without compromising on performance.”

The Kenwood MultiPro GO Food Processor is available at major retailers across Australia and New Zealand for an RRP of $149.00.


  • Nick Broughall

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