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Sub-Zero is a brand of residential major kitchen appliances including refrigeration and wine preservation products built in the USA by the Sub-Zero Freezer Company, Inc. based in Madison, Wisconsin. The company also manufactures kitchen appliances under the Wolf brand name.
We began pressing juice in a San Francisco kitchen in 2012, and from the beginning, we were obsessed with the details. The kind of details that guarantee top quality, max deliciousness…and that you, as our customer, are totally taken care of every step of the way.
In 2014, we expanded our horizons and our store menus to include superfood smoothies, which quickly earned a following beyond what we had dreamed. We felt inspired to bring these amazing products to our customers and fans near and far.
Today, in addition to our cold-pressed juices and pantry items, we’re over the moon to be offering nationwide delivery of Sub-Zero Superfoods, by Project Juice, our ready-to-blend line of organic, pre-portioned superfood smoothies.
The Sub-Zero Freezer Company was founded in 1945, by Westye F. Bakke in Madison, Wisconsin. Westye Bakke is survived by his daughter Elaine. In 2000, they acquired the domestic appliance line of the Wolf Range Corporation, a California-based manufacturer of professional-style ranges, cooktops and grills for both home and commercial use.
Wolf Appliance Inc., Sub-Zero’s corporate companion, expanded the few products acquired from Wolf Range Corporation. It now sells domestic cooking appliances from kitchen stoves, cooktops, wall ovens, warming drawers and ventilation equipment. The company’s products compete with those made by Viking, Dacor, Thermador, GE Monogram, KitchenAid, Jenn-Air and Miele.
According to the official company history, Bakke invented the first free-standing freezer in 1943. They also claim to have been the first to manufacture built-in refrigerators, beginning in the 1950s, and consequently many people still associate the look with Sub-Zero.
Sub-Zero manufactures two series of built-in refrigeration as well as wine storage and under counter units. Each refrigerator model usually comes in two variations, namely a stainless steel exterior or a customizable exterior in an overlay version. The latter option allows the buyer to install kitchen cabinet panels on the door(s) to match with the rest of the kitchen. Its refrigerators are designed with a 24-inch (61 cm) depth and can be installed flush with kitchen cabinets of the same standard depth to provide an integrated look. This kind of built-in refrigerator is usually wider than normal to compensate for the shallower depth in order to maintain acceptable storage volume.
A Sub-Zero refrigerator is heavier than most refrigerators offered by GE, Frigidaire, or LG. An average refrigerator weighs 250–300 pounds (110–140 kg), but a Sub-Zero can weigh as much as 800 pounds (360 kg) and can require four delivery people to move the refrigerator unit into a kitchen, while most refrigerators usually only require two delivery people. Also, a typical Sub-Zero unit is taller than the basic home refrigerator. Most Sub-Zero full-size models are 84 inches (2.1 m) tall and 48 inches (120 cm) wide.