The Superior Grind SG5000 nut grinder offers a modern design for freshly-ground, delicious nut butter. The hopper holds 25 lbs. of nuts, while the cabinet takes up minimal counter space. Set the new SG5000 up in your store, cafeteria or corporate kitchen to provide your customers with fresh nut butter!
The Superior Grind SG5000 grinder makes spreadable nut butter from whole peanuts, cashews, almonds, pistachios and more. Today's consumers want to know what’s in their food. The Superior Grind puts the answer directly in view and lets them take home a self-processed, ready-to-eat convenience food with superior fresh taste!
Perfectly suited to specialty food stores, the Superior Grind SG5000 grinder is an eye catching centerpiece in your bulk food section, creating a fun self-serve dynamic that draws consumers in, then brings them back for more. The SG5000 machine can be used behind the counter, or to fill containers for distribution.
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The Superior Grind SG5000 will grind peanuts, honey roasted peanuts, almonds, cashews, pecans, macadamia nuts, hazelnuts, pistachios and cacao beans. Dry roasted and unblanched nuts work the best for producing a spreadable butter containing fine-textured particles. Raw, unroasted nuts are not recommended in the Superior Grind, as they may produce a thick and coarse nut butter meal paste or not produce a nut butter at all. The Superior Grind SG5000 can process whole nuts. Almonds specifically need to be dry roasted, with a very low moisture content. If you need a source, we can direct you to a supplier of both butter stock nuts and nutrition-labeled consumer containers for self serve operation. Products not listed are not grindable and include sesame, pumpkin seeds, flax seeds and walnuts.
Easy to use: The switch on the face of the motor cabinet turns the machine on, and nut butter is dispensed from the bottom of the milling head. Disassembly and cleanup of the Superior Grind SG5000 nut mill is easy, with full access requiring no tools.
2.5-6 lbs. of nut butter is produced per minute, depending on the nuts. The nut butter output generally runs about 80-95° F. The strong 1.5HP, fan-cooled motor has a 100% duty cycle so it won’t overheat under steady use. The grinding burrs are milled from solid food grade stainless steel; in most applications, one set of burrs will provide many years of service.
At Pleasant Hill Grain we have extensive experience with nut grinding and we’d be happy to talk with you about how the Superior Grind nut grinder can benefit your operation. We ship worldwide; see the link above for our phone hours. We look forward to talking with you about the Olde Tyme, the world’s premier nut butter mill.
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15 Amp (Nema 5-15P)
This item is stocked in our supplier's warehouse and it typically ships out by freight within 1-3 business days. You should receive your order within 3-8 business days of its shipment.
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