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Kenwood FDM781BA Multipro review

Key features
  • Food processor
Reviewed

In addition to the usual large bowl, the Kenwood FDM781BA Multipro food processor comes with a small mill that’s ideal for chopping nuts or herbs, and a blender jug that can also crush ice for your summer drinks. It can also mix, knead, grate, chop and purée, but does it do everything brilliantly? We set this food processor a range of kitchen tasks in the test lab, so read on to find out whether it’s a true all-rounder.

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We have tested 57 food processors and found that there are 0 Don't Buys and 11 Best Buys.
Range of Food processor scores
  1. 49%
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  2. 66%
    Average score
  3. 77%
    Highest score
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