Commercial Food Processor
The largest commercial food processor can process more than 1,000 pounds an hour, while smaller ones can handle a few dozen. Interchangeable discs allow you to process different types of food and achieve different cuts. Popular disc attachments include julienne discs for making vegetables into long, narrow cuts for fries; grating discs for making shreds and hash browns; and dicing discs to create small cubes for salsas and garnishes. Blade attachments let you chop, slice, whip, puree, and even knead. Size your industrial food processor not just on the volume you aim to produce, but the type of food you want to process, as well. Denser food like raw potatoes and other root vegetables will necessitate a higher-horsepower processor.