Nutribullet, known widely for single-serve blenders, has introduced a food processor as part of the brand’s expansion across the kitchen.
The 7-cup food processor has a 450-watt motor and includes five blade attachments that allow the user to slice, shred, chop, spiralize and knead. The interface was designed to be easy-to-use with the ability to toggle between low-speed, high-speed and pulse for more control in achieving the desired consistency and texture. The dual-sized feed chute has a two-part pusher that creates an adjustable chute width for processions of smaller items and adding liquid.
“The Nutribullet Food Processor expands on the usage of traditional food processors by including dynamic and exciting attachments that can help prepare a variety of healthy meals,” said Justin Giouzepis, chief marketing officer at Nutribullet, “This is a competitively priced, space-saving and multifunctional processor for consumers who want easier at-home cooking and meal prep.”
The Nutribullet 7-Cup Food Processor is available now with a retail price of $119.99.