how do I find information on where Breville products are manufactured?

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Hello JoEllen,

Our Breville products have been designed and engineered in Australia. Breville products are built to outlast, outperform and simply look better than any other small appliance. Breville products can last up to 20 years. Our products are manufactured/assembled, and tested in China because they are the leading source in expediting and manufacturing goods of superior quality and efficiency. Breville products are designed for home use with commercial power and looks. You may view and order our products that are available in the USA by visiting our website at www.brevilleusa.com.

-Kenji
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I guess Breville brainwashed you by that answer. When your job is filled by someone in India , lets see if you think the same way...
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John Oates-Larsen

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No kidding. China is the single biggest sponsor of corporate espionage and hacking. They are a communist state. While they are very nimble at manufacturing - they do so on the backs of their people while simultaneously weakening the West's manufacturing base. There's good reason why Apple, General Electric, and others are starting to bring manufacturing back to the US, Europe, and South America... obviously, it can be done - otherwise Vitamix and Blend Tec wouldn't exist...
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Made in CHINA ?...OMG...forget it!
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Bobby Edge

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I only buy products made in the USA.
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Rasanjalee Anupama Jayasekara

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I was going to buy Breville The Thermal Pro Stainless Electric Frypan today. But after knowing it's coming from china. I will not buy it now. Please recommend a good fry pan made in USA or Australia. Is Sunbeam good?
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Glamis T. Haro

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I will pay this money for a product made in America.
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Nicole Coles

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I hope everyone is aware that most things are made in China now... Including the majority of Apple products (yes, macbooks, iphones, everything) and most of Dell's computer components. I'm pretty sure its safe to say that these things are high quality and reliable. It might be manufacture in China, but the quality control, design, process, manufacturing etc. are all controlled by their respective companies.
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Unfortunately products made in China can no longer be trusted to not contain lead or to meet high standards. I really wanted to purchase the Breville Juicer, but finding that it is manufactured in China...I just can't.
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I agree- was looking at an electric teakettle, but will not buy kitchen goods that are made in china and come in contact with food.
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Michael Nemick

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Agreed. They (china) have a track record of NOT caring what goes into their products. They have murdered our pets and poisoned out children all in the name of profit. I think the statement " Our products are manufactured/assembled, and tested in China because they are the leading source in expediting and manufacturing goods of superior quality and efficiency." is total BS. As always it's all about corporate profit. You are supporting a communist country and regime. One that believes in "sweat shop" and "child labor" manufacturing processes. How do you sleep an night knowing you are perpetuating the downfall of a once thriving American company. I have only to look out my window to see the effects of this kind of mentality on my family, friends and neighbors.
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You say "How do you sleep an night knowing you are perpetuating the downfall of a once thriving *American* company."

You are mistaken -- Breville is not American. They are Australian. I suggest you research before assuming every brand with a decently reviewed product is American.

I'm American and companies here were the first ones to export jobs/product manufacturing overseas.... something I'm consistently embarrassed by because it was all in the name of stockholders and 401ks. So I do agree with you on the bulk of your points.

However, the brands who moved the jobs overseas are to blame more than China for poison and pets dying.

The brands should all know better.

Unfortunately we've lost virtually all manufacturing to China. We should have started yelling 30 years ago about manufacturing being exported... during Reagan... but we didn't because we liked the cheap pricing.

The only solution is to save up so that the next time you need a small kitchen electronic, you can afford for it to not be made in China.

One note: just because one product from a brand is American made, doesn't mean all are AND many components -- even in those labeled "Made in USA" -- come from China.

Finally, for any Australians bored out of their minds by my comment -- I don't know what your relationship is with Chinese manufacturing but I hope your manufacturing hasn't been decimated the way ours has.

I have read good things about the Breville brand and am moving forward with my purchase due to the reviews and my suspicions that the brand oversight regarding the manufacturing is better than most brands... I hope I'm right.
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Also, I couldn't find the particular type of product I'm looking for that *wasn't* manufactured in China. It sucks.
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Cindy Scroggins

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having the same problem. how can you buy American when nothing's made here anymore?
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Karen Hartvig-Nielsen

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I was drooling over the sous chef food processor, but WON'T buy it because I refuse to endanger my family or support China in ANY way. Also, I just heard on the radio that one of the locations for China's hacking into the U.S., U.K. and Canada's (plus who knows?) government, infrastructures, businesses, and personal accounts has been found in Shanghai in a building owned and occupied by the Chinese Army. Scary.....and until Breville starts manufacturing with an eye to global responsibility, they will join Cuisinart as companies I will not deal with. Back to Kitchenaid which IS made in the USA
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Be very careful about Kitchenaid. Many of their products are now made in China as well. Had bought a Kitchenaid blender thinking it would be great - only to find out it was made in china. The control panel fell apart just after the 1 year warranty and they wouldn't replace it or respond to my service requests.

For blenders, my next one will be a Blend Tec...
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LOVE my blend tec!!
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Olton

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Agree, I am disappointed. I have a breville toaster for sale. Sorry to read where it is manufactured.
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Yeah. Same. For my espresso machine, I bought a Gaggia Brera made in Italy instead of a Breville since they are made in China. Same reasons - why should we support a country / regime that is a communist dictatorship that steals trade secrets and is the largest source of corporate espionage? It is madness that we willingly give everything to China in the name of corporate profits. Very disappointed that Breville has gone that direction.
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Hopefully, Breville puts some thought into these comments and know they are losing an increasing number of sales due to the fact their products are manufactured in China. I hope this will change!!
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I just bought my breville food processor after trying all the other brands. It is top notch. I trust breville over all other products. I agree that we need to have control over material that is used. I hope we can trust that Breville makes sure that China adds no toxins to their product. It is a good question to ask.

Americans are no saints nor are China's people. Communists are those in power not the poor laborers. My mom was a saint and she lived i n a communist country. Without her I would never have the love of God as I do today. My dad was from a western country-non communist and he was a godless man who only spoke of God. By the way that country makes some of the best things
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I think every country should support manufacturing in their own country. I buy American because I am American.
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Wendy Darling

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Where was your computer made?
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Farouk Ali

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litz hoffbauer <<<<< here we have one person, that may have been like the others, but through experience, he is happy. People really need to think before behaving like a lot of Americans since war times, do not want to drive Japanese Cars, but eating Sushi! That said, if one really understand how thing works, and may be, how the world spin, one may see things in its truest reality, one and the same!
I am American, so I buy made in America (is what one person above said). Well that is truly limited! And I can say what about products from India, you want you fry pan from there or where or whom, and we can go on and on...?
Now Apple, Nokia, Sony Ericsson just to name a few. Where is NOKIA from? Bet you did not know its Finnish? No you could not know that, you are American (or Indian American or Puerto Rican American or Indian American), Finland, Ericsson too, is Finnish! They made their Phones there in the early time, but soon ran to China. All of them, every-one of them... and what do you have in your pockets and purses? I bet I can guess? All Made in the PR of China! Every God damn top Brand including CK, Nike, what the heck everybody out there, they all need China, and the sooner you get that into your educated heads, or not. The sooner America will have some really smart people, heck, some of them may even visit the State next to the one they were born E-W-N and South! Let me tell all of you smart people out there... The very worst things come from China. And the very Best things comes from China, Thailand, Hong Kong, S Korea, Germany, Italy, France, Russia and etc... Europe and many other places. Standards are higher. S Korean always, step up way above American Standards, that's a fact? What is Made in USA and you think you buying American? Ask yourself? SONY, Panasonic? Japanese, who don't want the Japs' Cars again, throw out your TV's. Samsung, LG, Kia, Hyundai, Ssangyong and etc... Oh boy, I can go on and on... Kenmore, where is it made!
You know what. BREVILLE is a Brand to make Americans cringe with envy... but its doing great since I believe in the 1930's or so 1932 and its got a USA website for this region. About me, I give respect and admiration to every nation, where its due. That's how the World spins, and I live in America. If I have to knock something, I will have the facts ready and set in the same window. 'What you see is what you get'. Stop wasting you time on things you do not know, and sorry, I do not need to pick a face below, I have the facts here, and if you know better, anyone, I will respect your response, but do not have to agree with you, and will if I am corrected and know-it. Thank You, and do apologies to a Brand that command respect! BREVILLE Commercial Grade, right in your Kitchen, looking better than the rest!
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...and this is why...Ali..we need trarifs as well as international standards of human rights. Any product that they want to sell in our market should not only meet safety standards ethical standards as well instead of slaves making our goods for nothing. As far as I am concerned international commerce has brought about the disintegration of not only core manufacturing but an excise of lost intellectual properties.

Comparing apples to apples, Vitamix makes the best blenders in the world , have great customer service, pay a premium but it's made in the USA...and it destroys products such as The Bullet and Ninja... Made in China.

Dubai would not even of been built without importing slaves from Pakistan and India!

Give me a break.

Now we have to contend with Mexico...what's left?
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You can have all the break you wish-for Sir, with due respect. My point all along is, we can't just condemn a Country, or we will need to check on ourselves with a fine teeth comb? When I give a few examples, I am also informing that those manufacturers, developers, designers, innovators of those great Brand, does not condone and will not accept none of the above. The materials, the every components' and down to the paper and ink of the warranty cards, and packaging, is not handed out to them, its monitored, its standards are A+ by any means, and Bureau of Standard worldwide. Its not about America, its about the facts of life...we had to do Chrysler/Mitsubishi, Ford/Mazda to name a few to save the day, back in the day! I love Saab, it got messed-up when the labels showed GM, now it a lost cause, however, I have always been a Corvette Fan, by hey... where was it developed? When you find the answer let me know!
As Americans, we Love people, and people Love-us where ever we go, not because we get more Beers for our moneys, we feel warmth from them, no matter where we go, however, when on our own soil, one tend to think, that one can look down ant any non American 'who the cap fit'! We, Americans, also live on ever other country on the planet as-well, and many do not wish to return. Why? Got to ask them! The moral of the story, is not to just talk when at home, talk like a traveler who know what is true and what to say. Put mouth in gear, when brain can get the GPS of reality/truth right from the Heart!
I respect what you are saying, and I said I-will, but I do not have to agree, and yes, its messed-up out there. I do manufacturing and I make sure none of what you are saying is in relation to-it, and that I agree-on. Most of our Bio Metric, Finger Print and Facial recognition systems are made there, Branded for suppliers here, and they will even say its made (not there), trust-me! Under strict supervision, we can save the consumer a lot, and give them a good American Developed, designed and manufactured Product. We can get the same thing done here, with Mexican, Chinese and other labor Made in the USA and the final cost will never be the same! I sell American Products outside of USA, I have over four decades of doing so, and I've been there, done-that, and I have the experience. Remember, while we need Employment to increase, we want the same good American Products, Technology and Services Exported. 'One Hand, Don't Clap'. Regards