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Commercial Food Processors

A commercial food processor is vital in the food prep area of any commercial kitchen for slicing, dicing and shredding all types of food in seconds. Shop for food processors and replacement parts and accessories from Omcan, Eurodib and Waring, at terrific online prices.

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Chop, slice, shred, and grind different ingredients with one press of a button with TigerChef’s range of commercial food processors.

What are Commercial Food Processors?

Food processors are a type of kitchen appliance used to break down and mix different ingredients. Commercial models are tougher and more powerful than residential food processors. They are used in foodservice establishments to streamline the process of chopping and dicing ingredients. Commercial food processors cut down the time it takes to perform repetitive manual tasks such as chopping carrots and potatoes, grinding meats and spices, and even shredding cheese. You can also make batter by mixing dry and wet ingredients in a food processor instead of whisking them manually.

Types of Food Processors

Light-Duty Food Processors: Light-duty models are designed for occasional chopping and dicing of different ingredients, like vegetables and spices.

Heavy-Duty Food Processors: Heavy-duty commercial food processors are made for continuous dicing, slicing, and chopping various ingredients. They can process large batches of food at once and withstand continuous operation.

Food Processors vs. Blenders: Plenty of people don’t know the difference between a blender and a food processor, so they make the wrong choice for their food business. But the two serve different purposes and have their own unique uses in your commercial kitchen. The biggest difference between them is the tasks they are designed for. While both have blades that rotate to break down food, food processors are equipped to perform tasks, such as shredding, slicing, and chopping ingredients. Blenders, on the other hand, are mainly designed to blend solid ingredients with liquid ingredients. In short, if your end product requires a spoon, use a blender, if it requires a fork, use a food processor.

At TigerChef, we carry a wide array of food processors and accessories. Shop for them here.

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