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|Product Type: Peeler||Finish: Black|
|Operation: Manual||Food Compatibility: Vegetable|
|Item Type: Handheld||Country of Manufacture: China|
In 1888, Edward Katzinger founded a commercial baking pan company in Chicago, IL. It eventually became known as the EKCO® Housewares Co., and by the mid 1960’s it evolved as the country’s largest non-electric Housewares manufacturer. While EKCO® Cookware is still offered in our vast product portfolio, EKCO® kitchen tools and gadgets grew at a tremendous rate over the years and historically EKCO® was the only notable kitchenware brand, almost single-handedly servicing the marketplace for many, many years. The EKCO® brand became the gold standard for quality, reliable utensils that were used for everyday day meal preparation in kitchens across America. Even with the variety of items to choose from today, EKCO® tools and gadgets still remain one of the most recognizable and trusted brands in the business!
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Kevin from Lincoln, NE– Verified Buyer
I purchased this for my elderly mother, who had a like peeler for 20-some-years. It was her favorite peeler, but she'd finally wore it completely out. She was thrilled to get another one just like it. It was the only brand which fit her hands comfortably with her arthritis.
Can't live without one of these!
Dorothy Spitzer from Scarborough, ME– Verified Buyer
I have been using the same product for over 40 years from Ekco and my mother and grandmother before that. It is the only way to make French Green Beans! I'd be lost without one, so I order three at a time......
Dull Blades Uncomfortable Handle
Fionna from Tampa, FL– Verified Buyer
While this looks very much like a peeler that was used in my family for about 50 years, looks can be deceiving. I would not recommend this to anyone.
Just like when I grew up
Zuska from Greentown, Pa.
I always helped Mom with shoestringing the beans to be frozen. This peeler is hard to find in stores, thank goodness for the internet.
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