Foodservice establishments that want to create their own ground meat or sausages will need a meat grinder. Manual and electric models are available for those that will be grinding all day long or for those that make small quantities at a time. Meat grinders that are electrically powered come with a pusher to help feed the uncut meat. Some models even come with a sausage tube or attachments that help force the meat into a sausage casing. The grid on the front of the machine can also be changed to different sizes if you want finer or thicker shreds of meat. This piece of food prep equipment will allow you to prepare fresh ground meats for all your recipes in a flash.
For manual models, you will want to consider where it is placed. All units will need to be mounted to the countertop or tabletop in order to prevent them from sliding around. Some units have screw holds on the foot of each leg, whereas others are meant to be clamped to the edge of the table. If you run a deli, butcher shop or a restaurant that prides itself on quality, try a meat grinder like the ones in this section to prepare fresh ground meat for all your recipes. Grind nearly any meat from chicken and beef to bison and other game meats, you can even custom blend cuts of meat for the perfect burger.