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With the PL8™ Professional Chopper you can chop, dice and mince fresh produce, garlic and more into the removable bin or directly over a cutting board. Removable bin holds approximately three cups. Nonslip feet keep the chopper in place as you're using it and they fold under the chopper for compact storage. Cleanup is fast and easy with the integrated cleaning grid. Extra blades fit neatly into the removable bin.
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The PL8® collection from Progressive combines passion, quality, sophisticated design, innovative features and refined function. Cooking from scratch is becoming increasingly popular, and the emerging enthusiastic home cook inspired PL8’s® designers to create products that encourage trying homemade recipes and using farm fresh ingredients while enjoying the process of preparing good food and entertaining with friends and family. PL8’s® nostalgic flair, top quality, and ease of use will quickly make their products trusted favorites in any kitchen.
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