Though it hasn't always operated under the name Vita-Mix Corporation, our company has been in business since 1921.
FAQ - About Vitamix
How did Vita-Mix Corporation get its start?
Vita-Mix Corporation was founded by William Grover Barnard, who began selling modern home products in 1921. The company has experienced overwhelming growth, but remains family-owned. Click here to view the full company history.
How can I contact Vitamix?
Click here to view the appropriate contact information for assistance with home or business products.
Where can I see a Vitamix demonstration?
You can watch video demonstrations online to experience the versatility of a Vitamix machine, or find a live demonstration in your area.
Can I buy directly from Vitamix?
Yes, shop in our online store, or at The Vitamix Store: A Culinary Exploration Center, or call a Vitamix sales consultant at 800-848-2649 to find the machine that’s right for you.
Has Vita-Village® been removed from your website?
Thank you for participating in our active online social community. Yes, Vita-Village has been removed from our website. We've been working to establish engaging conversations and ongoing support within a platform you can trust. In place of VitaVillage, we invite you to join our conversations on Facebook and Twitter. We are committed to providing you with a forum where you can find and share recipes, ask questions about Vitamix products, and share your success stories. With thousands of people participating daily, plus our own contests, news and announcements, and delicious, seasonal recipes, you can find all the Vitamix information you need in these social spaces.
Are you a member of the Better Business Bureau?
Yes, Vitamix has been a member of the Better Business Bureau since 1967.
Why does Vitamix charge sales tax?
Because Vitamix has an in-state presence, state law requires the company to collect and remit sales tax based on the applicable state rates, plus local taxes. All orders are charged sales tax based on the ship-to location. Some states require state, county, city, and even special levy sales tax.