Retail Scorecard: Food Processors

A look at Christmas-week deals on food processors from Target, Shopko and Younkers
December 28, 2015David Gill

RetailScorecardNEW YORK-With the holiday sales period winding down, Target, Shopko and Younkers presented offerings in the food-processor category last week.

Among the featured brands at Target was Ninja. The Ninja Master Prep Professional food processor could be had for $39.99, down from $49.99. The Ninja Express Chop food processor was on sale for $17.99 (was $19.99), and the Ninja Kitchen System 1200 was priced at $86.10, down from $122.99. Target also offered the Hamilton Beach Stack and Snap food processor for $49.99 (was $59.99) and the Black + Decker Performance Dicing food processor for $99.99, down from $149.99. The Nutri Bullet Pro 900 Series food processor was priced down from $129.99 to $99.99.

Several Hamilton Beach products got the price chop at Shopko. The Hamilton Beach 8-Cup Top Mount food processor was marked down from $39.99 to $29.99, and the Hamilton Beach 10-Cup Stack N Snap Top Mount food processor was on sale for $59.99, down from $74.99. Also, the Black + Decker 8-Cup food processor could be had for $59.99 (was $69.99), and the KitchenAid 9-Cup food processor was on offer for $143.99, down from $199.99. The EuroPro Ninja Blender came with a price tag of $39.99 (was $59.99), and the Ninja Express Chopper’s price was $19.99, down from $39.99.

Hamilton Beach was also a featured brand at Younkers, along with Nesco. The Hamilton Beach 12-Cup Big Mouth Stack N Snap food processor was cut in price from $100 to $79.99, and the Hamilton Beach SaladXpress food processor was available for $49.99 (was $75). The Nesco 3-Cup food processor had a price of $39.99, down from $70, and the Nesco 8-Cup food processor was slashed from $100 to $59.99. Also at Younkers were the KitchenAid 3.5 Cup Food Chopper for $49.99, down from $67, and the Cuisinart Prep 9 9-Cup food processor for $149.99 (was $290).

David GillDavid Gill | Contributing Editor

David Gill is a contributing editor to HFN.

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