American/USA Made Food Processors
We are compiling a list of manufacturers, from large corporations and small companies down to individuals that produces and/or sells food processors made here in the United States.
This list may include items assembled from parts and materials 100% manufactured here in America, but some may also contain a percentage of materials produced outside the USA.
There are currently a total of (2) listings in this category.
Listings that contain an image are links to retailers who offer food processors on-line, and there also may be offerings from multiple retailers for the same item.
Some of the companies listed in this directory that produce food processors here in the USA, may also have them manufactured in other countries as well. Many businesses alter their brand names, manufacturing practices and product designs with little or no notice, so if there are still questions that remain, we suggest contacting the manufacturer directly.
Still the most versatile food processor on the market, this ricer is used for pureeing cooked fruits and vegetables or making juice. The strainer filters skin and seeds, and the simplistic beauty of the design has held up all these years. Your friends and family will enjoy the extra flavor and nutrients of fresh pureed veggies, rather than those from a can or jar.
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Another kitchen classic from the folks at Bromwell. Today's kitchens are filled with tools that speed up the process of food preparation, but don't make the end product any more tasty. If you're a cook that's concerned with quality and enjoys preparing foods without modern technology, you'll love using our traditional hand food processor.
Added 10/22/2014: We recently had a few Cuisinart products listed on this page and other pages in the site. After reviewing the items we were made aware from Cuisinart that none of their products are made in the US, so they all have been removed from this site.
We initially listed them based on a seller on Amazon dot com who's store is named 'cuisinart', who has 'Made in the USA' in some of the descriptions on several of their products, which we now know is...inaccurate.
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