Moulinex launches new, powerful chopper
Dubai, August 27, 2009
Moulinex, a global leader in small kitchen appliances, has introduced a new, more powerful Mouloukhia chopper.
“In the Middle East, the company has taken into consideration consumer feedback and developed a product specially designed to make life easier for the home maker in preparing dishes that are very popular in the region,” said Nathalie Lascroux, Groupe Seb product manager (food preparation - beverage - home care) for Middle East, Indian subcontinent and French Overseas Territories.
The Mouloukhia Chopper (model AT 73) was the first model dedicated to Mouloukhia chopping, and was launched several years ago. In 2009, a new design was launched and also has some improved features like a more powerful motor, a bigger capacity and it’s much easier to use. This new model is even more adapted to the preparation of traditional dishes in the region said Lascroux.
This product is ideal during Ramadan, a month when Muslim households prepare for Iftar, the breaking of the fast in the afternoons. The AD81 chopper’s serrated blade is ideal for the cutting of Mouloukhia leaves and one will obtain the ideal chopping result, she explained.
The second appliance for Mouloukhia chopping is a more compact model. More versatile as well, this multi moulinette (model AT73) comes with two sets of blade, a general purpose sharp blade to chop onions, meat, nuts and a specially designed dedicated blade to mince mouloukhia.
This multi moulinette is easy to clean, easy to use, and easy to store with a special storage box for the blades when not in use, she added.-TradeArabia News Service
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