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Winco FFC-500 French Fry Cutter

Winco FFC-500 French Fry Cutter

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✔ Designed from cast aluminum ✔ The handle is designed with cast iron and a black tip
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The Winco FFC-500 French Fry Cutter is the perfect kitchen tool for making delicious home-style French fries. By simply pushing on the handle, the fry cutter can cut whole potatoes into 1/2" square cuts in minutes, saving you more than half the time it takes to cut it manually. Made from cast aluminum, this fry cutter is durable enough to last for years. The rust proof cutter blade and pusher block are removable, making it easy to clean and maintain. The handle is made from cast iron with a black tip. The Winco FFC-500 is mountable to the wall or counter top, making it perfect for tight spaces. This fry cutter is a great piece of kitchen equipment that will reduce mess and will save you valuable time, making it perfect for your restaurant or catering needs. Comparable to the Thunder Group IRFFC003, Update FFC-50Royal ROY FC 1/2Johnson Rose 3362 and Alfa FF3.


Do not substitute blades of a different brand for your fry cutter as compatibility is not guaranteed.


  • Makes 1/2" square cuts
  • Designed from cast aluminum
  • The handle is designed with cast iron and a black tip
  • Brand:
  • Winco
  • Model #:
  • FFC-500
  • Ship weight:
  • 10 lbs 12 oz
  • Sold As:
  • 1 ea
  • Item Number:
  • 0033-FFC-500
  • Type:
  • Standard
  • Color:
  • Green and Metal
  • Fry Cutter Slice Sizes:
  • 1/2
  • Width:
  • 5"
  • Height:
  • 12"
  • Tigerchef ID:
  • 1754

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Jesse Davis Verified Buyer
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French fry cutter

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Questions & Answers

does this french fry cutter have to be mounted

By susie December 20, 2016

It may slide around a bit on a smooth countertop without mounting.

by Laurie Jones - TigerChef Staff December 22, 2016
1 answers
Last answer: December 22, 2016