This is a continuation on the An Odyssey into the 80 year old history of Breville, Part 1.
The advent of the new century in 2000 saw the worldwide rise in influence of café culture. Breville was quick to adapt to the new environment with its offerings of espresso makers and the Panini Press which was also the world’s first. Breville further revolutionized the concept of extracting juice from fruits without needing to cut up the fruit with its wide feed tube Juice Fountain series of products which got international acclaim and innumerable design awards
Breville survives on the policy of heeding customer feedback for the betterment of their products for the benefit of their esteemed clientele. Their products have an intricate quality of exuding peace of mind to their innumerable streams of satisfied and happy customers worldwide.
The Breville brand was introduced to the markets of USA in the year 2002 and Canada in the year 2003 with their impressive and premium small kitchen appliances such as toasters, microwave ovens, blenders, pressure cookers, contact grills, kettles, coffee makers, Keurig single serve coffee makers, espresso machines, juicer fountains and food processors.
2010 saw the inception of the Tea Maker, the automatic tea brewer with a self-lowering basket and a variable temperature kettle, which was another ingenious appliance from Breville’s Centre of Design Excellence. The centre is presently located in Botany in Sydney, Australia.
The recent Professional 800 collection of espresso coffee machines, slice toasters, blenders, etc. is generating rave reviews by its conquest into the houses and hearts of millions of home makers.
With over 100 active patents and more than 40 international design awards in its kitty, Breville’s odyssey of lifestyle changes and technologies runs through over 30 countries of the world including Israel, Mexico, Brazil, South Africa and China. New markets are being explored and considered for future expansion for trade and business opportunities.