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Foley Food Mill

Foley Food Mill Processes Foods Quickly, Easily, and Naturally

Foley Food Mill

Foley Food Mill Processes Foods Quickly, Easily, and Naturally

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Suggested by Susan Row, Berwick, PA

This is the original Foley Food Mill, requested by many of you. It mashes, strains, and rices foods like nothing else. The undisputed champ for making applesauce, it's also terrific for purees and mashed potatoes. Support brackets grip the edge of a pot or bowl while you grind. 2 qt. capacity.

  • Rustproof stainless steel with a welded steel handle
  • Hand crank easily removes for cleaning
  • Dishwasher safe

Foley Food Mill


Stainless Steel


Dishwasher Safe.

Sizing & Specifications

Assembly Required: N

Capacity: 2qt.

Cord Polarized: N


Manufactured In: China

Material - Country Of Origin: China

What Our Customers Are Saying about Our Foley Food Mill …

"I have in my possession a Foley Food Mill, mfg. by Foley, in Minnesota. Purchased from a door to door salesperson here in British Columbia in the 1930s. It belongs to a now 93-year-old person and is still being used by her grandchildren and great-grandchildren to make applesauce." - Jean, Delta, BC Canada

"I had never heard of a "food mill" until I was overrun with a bumper crop of tomatoes this year. I mentioned this to my mother who told me I needed a food mill, so to make a long story short I went to a local farm supply and found the Foley Food Mill, the last one the store had! All I can say is, I love it! I was able to make not only tomato juice, but homemade V-8 juice, apple sauce, tomatoes sauce and next year who knows! This was an investment I am proud to own, it will pay for itself in years to come in canned veggies and other foods." - Wilma, Middlesboro, KY

"I have used a Foley Food Mill for years through raising a family and canning and freezing hundreds of quarts of produce over the years. The Foley is one handy item I would not want to do without although it is just my husband and myself at home now. We still can and freeze several quarts of juice, pulp, sauces, etc. It is worth every penny of the price if you can or freeze. I highly recommend it." - Coty, DuPont,

"I have been married for over fifty years and I inherited my Mom's Foley food mill over thirty some years ago and I still use it. I make my own spaghetti sauce using the food mill. It has gotten a lot of use through the years, over sixty to be exact." - Toni, Murphy, TX