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KitchenAid Fruit/Vegetable Strainer Parts

Item #: FVSP

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    KitchenAid Fruit Vegetable Strainer

    Kitchen Aid Fruit/Vegetable Strainer Parts

    Use this Kitchenaid Food Strainer in conjunction with the Food Grinder (model # FGA - sold seperately) to make jams, jellies, and sauces. Attaches to the Food Grinder, which attaches to your Kitchenaid stand mixer. Few things are more delicious than homemade jams, jellies and sauces!

    Model: FVSP 


    • Add This to Your Existing Food Grinder (sold seperately - Part # FGA) to Puree and Strain Fruits and Vegetables Quickly and Easily. Use only with soft or cooked foods, such as tomatoes, berries, etc.
    • Fits all Kitchenaid Mixer models
    • 1 Year Limited Hassle-Free Replacement Warranty


    Additional Information

    Product Manual
    Name KitchenAid Fruit/Vegetable Strainer Parts
    GTIIN / UPC Code 00050946000268
    Brands KitchenAid
    Type Stand Mixer Attachments
    Options For KitchenAid Mixers
    Material Plastic and Steel
    Color White
    Manufacturer's Warranty 1 Year Limited Manufacturer Warranty
    prop65WARNING: This product may expose you to chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
    Weight (in Lbs) 1.6

    Customer Questions

      Questions on KitchenAid Fruit and Vegetable Strainer

      • Q:  I have an old Kitchenaid mixer and the metal food grinder attachment Model FG. Will the fruit/vegetable strainer parts work with this attachment? It looks the same as the plastic food grinder #D220 or FVSFGA
      • A:  Hello Nancy,

        Thank you for your interest in the KitchenAid Fruit/Vegetable Strainer Parts.

        I was unsure of the correct response so I contacted our representative for assistance answering your question.

        She has advised me that the FG is over 20+ years old and the diameter on the metal unit is bigger so the answer is no.

        I do apologize, it looks like you'd want to purchase that attachment if you are in need of it.

        Have a wonderful day!
        Everything Kitchens
      • Q:  I have a Smokehouse Chef stainless steel meat grinder,#5, made specifically for a KitchenAid mixer. Will the KitchenAid Fruit/Vegetable Strainer parts work with this grinder?
      • A:  Hello Glenn,

        We appreciate you reaching out to us with your inquiry!

        Unfortunately, I would not be able to advise if the KitchenAid Fruit/Vegetable Strainer Parts will work with your Smokehouse Chef meat grinder as we do not sell that particular meat grinder. I would recommend contacting KitchenAid directly to obtain this information. The phone number for KitchenAid is 1-800-541-6390.

        Thank you

        Everything Kitchens

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    Reviews: 23Average Customer Review is 3.9:  


    Not what I was expecting Review by

    The instructions are minimal at best. I put it together and started to use it to make applesauce. 'It's easy!' they said, Super fast! they said. There was no direction to use a 2nd bowl to catch the dried pulp and seeds at the end of the strainer. Next thing I know, there's a mess all over my counter. Then nothing was coming out anylonger. The end of the strainer was completely plugged up and I had put less than 2 pints jars worth of cooked down apples through. With a mess on my counter and the strainer not working, I called it quits. What would normally have taken me 5 minutes to make and another 5 to clean up with a hand cranked food mill took over 1/2 hour with this gadget. There was wasted applesauce. I wouldn't gift this to someone I really disliked.

    source kitchenaid.com (Posted on 3/10/17)


    Great for fruit but purchase a spare shaft for heavy usage Review by

    Bought this last year pre-harvest season and was very impressed on how it could handle tomatoes, pears and apples. Pears and apples need to be blanched to soften them up a bit but they go right through. With 5 gallons of fruit, I end up with only about 3-4 cups of waste. Probably 5 times more efficient than anything else I've used, and completed in 1/4 of the time. Granted I send the fruit through the processor 3 times to get as much juice and solids out of fruit as possible. With this I've done ~60 quarts of pear sauce, 50 quarts of apple sauce and at least 300 quarts of tomato based sauce's and soups. Unfortunately today the shaft broke in half and now I'm stuck with my last 9 gallons of pears to process and needing to wait a couple days for a new shaft. Note I gave the design a 3 rather than lower because I don't know the duty cycles the parts were engineered towards and I probably exceeded them. As an engineer I know the balance of designing parts as robust as possible, for the 99 percentile user, while management tries to reduce cost and reducing the robustness to say the 90 percentile user.

    source kitchenaid.com (Posted on 2/24/17)


    Best fruit and vegetable strainer Review by

    This is the best strainer, easy to use and works like a dream.

    source kitchenaid.com (Posted on 12/8/16)


    Excellent investment! Review by

    I've had this for years and while a bit cumbersome to assemble, I wouldn't change a thing. It makes short work of the bushels of tomatoes we harvest every year & applesauce is a breeze. Only had an issue with clogging once & that was my fault for jamming some garlic necks in it.

    source kitchenaid.com (Posted on 12/2/16)


    Ease of use Review by

    I am so excited to have this product. It is so easy to use.

    source kitchenaid.com (Posted on 12/2/16)


    What a mess Review by

    While using this very highly anticipated attachment to process home grown blackberries for jam... The ring gave way and the strainer cone, worm, ring and strainer tray flew across the room and my wall was covered with blackberry pulp. Glad I was not standing in the way. Not sure what happened because the ring was on tight. Apparently, after straining maybe a quart of berries, the cone got clogged with seeds and pressure built up. I was standing there and watching seeds come out the whole time, so never knew a clog was forming. Now the strainer tray is broken and I am afraid to use this anymore, especially around my young children.

    source kitchenaid.com (Posted on 10/28/16)


    Worked as advertised, very simple and efficient Review by

    Just used this to strain a small batch of tomatoes. My garden isn't large enough to get enough tomatoes all at once, so I strain and freeze until there's enough to can a few quarts. It took longer to set up than it did to do the straining. Cleanup was a breeze. Those who say it's tough to clean, dont let it set. A stream of water and a small bottle brush does the trick. Looking forward to trying it with applesauce.

    source kitchenaid.com (Posted on 9/30/16)


    Works great.....but... Review by

    I have been using my fruit and vegetable strainer mainly for pureeing tomatoes, for at least 15 years. It makes this chore a whole lot easier than using a hand strainer. Every time I use it I notice some of the juice goes back down the shaft of the strainer. I notice that on new vegetable strainer attachments, the shaft assembly has an O ring built into it, which mine does not have. Is this the reason the liquid leaks back into the motor area? Previously, I usually turned the mixer on end so the attachment hole faces down to drain any juice out, however, this year it seems that the juice may have gotten into the motor area because now the mixer does not work and I have to bring it to a repair facility (Marbeck in Kansas City, MO.). I have a Model #KP2671XGR Serial #WP1705892 that I've had since 2003. It gets quite a bit of use, mostly baking cookies, muffins, cakes, etc. I have tried to find this part to replace mine but have not been successful. Is my only alternative to buy the whole attachment, which I don't need because the rest of mine is still in excellent condition?

    source kitchenaid.com (Posted on 9/7/16)


    Disappointed Review by

    I was happy that I thought I found a replacement to my old Oster Power Puree 'n Ricer that attached to my Oster Kitchen Center. The Kitchen Aid Fruit/Vegetable Strainer Attachment did a very satisfactory job. I canned many jars of tomato juice and applesauce with good results. However, when I cleaned up I found that the cleaning out the strainer cone was a pain. The fibers from the tomatoes and apples didn't want to come off. Then I discovered that worm had a hollow center that was impossible to clean out. I just spent an hour poking in and out with the smallest brushes I owned. Then using my sink sprayer to power spray through the center. What came out was yucky brown stuff. Makes me wonder if it was old food from last season. I am very concerned about using this attachment.

    source kitchenaid.com (Posted on 8/31/16)


    Great for home canning! Review by

    I inherited mine from my grandmother, we have used it every year for at least 10 years to can 30+ Qtrs. of tomato sauce and 200+ Pts. of apple sauce. I run everything through at least twice, you do have to disassemble it and clean it about every half bushel but at that point I need a break any way.

    source kitchenaid.com (Posted on 8/29/16)


    Strainer Parts Review by

    When using the strainer for tomatoes, the shaft split.

    source kitchenaid.com (Posted on 8/27/16)


    Vegetable strainer Review by

    The strainer worked ok with the first batch of tomatoes. It helps to cook them a bit unless all are very ripe. We have used a squeezo for years with no troubles bur using this on the 2nd batch of cooked tomatoes the screen just broke apart. We were looking forward to doing Raspberries but doubt the plastic will hold up to them either

    source kitchenaid.com (Posted on 7/18/16)


    The Best Attachment EVER!!! Review by

    I've used this attachment for years to make jellies. I don't even hull strawberries anymore. Wash them and throw them in! Cherries? No problem. Pull the stems, pit them, and throw them in. And I send them through twice! I make Balsamic strawberry and cherry jam for the whole family. Blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, they all go through. If you can jellies and jams and you own a Kitchenaid, this is a must have attachment!

    source kitchenaid.com (Posted on 7/3/16)


    Fruit & Veggie strainer parts Review by

    I've had a kitchen Aid stand mixer for years with the grinder. We make our own pork sausage with it. Love it!! Will this fruit and vegetable strainer work with the grinder that I already have?

    source kitchenaid.com (Posted on 3/23/16)


    Canning must have Review by

    Making tomato sauce is a breeze. Only thing I wish was different was the waste hole. But it's so much better than the hand crank one my dad has. (Posted on 2/23/16)


    Applesauce, berries, tomato sauce Review by

    I've had mine for over 10 years and have used it to make tomato sauce, apple & pear sauces, for removing seeds from blackberries, raspberries. Other than berries, I usually run the eliminated skins, etc. through a 2nd time which reduces that bulk by half again. Do NOT try to run berries through it twice as it could damage the machine.

    source kitchenaid.com (Posted on 9/25/15)


    Strainer Parts Review by

    Use this attachment for tomatoes and the shaft assembly broke in two. Can't get only this little part without buying everything. Bummer...

    source kitchenaid.com (Posted on 8/24/15)


    Tomato Sauce Review by

    This is great shoots the seeds and skin of tomatoes out and give me all the great juice, I canned over 20 pints of sauce don't know how I've done it in the past without this it make it very easy.

    source kitchenaid.com (Posted on 12/22/14)




    source kitchenaid.com (Posted on 5/14/14)


    Pump up the Jam! Review by

    Not only does Kitchen Aid make good accessories for your mixer they give you a book with recipes and Ideas, Making Jam and Jellies are SOOOOO much easier now!!!

    source kitchenaid.com (Posted on 4/29/14)


    I love this attachment! Review by

    I don't know how I did without this attachment as long as I did. I used to use a juicer to make tomato juice and I would have to put the pulp it ejected through a food mill after that. Once through is all you need with this attachment. All you have left is the skin and seeds that it spits out! It's also great to process apples for applesauce! You just quarter them, put them in a pot with a little water, cook them till they're soft, then put them through the strainer!

    source kitchenaid.com (Posted on 10/16/13)


    Not good with Blackberries! Review by

    Good with tomatoes. Not good with blackberries. Constantly getting clogged and takes more time to clean out than it takes to strain the berries.

    source kitchenaid.com (Posted on 7/28/13)


    WoW! Review by

    I recently purchased the 3 pack (grinder, chopper & strainer) of accessories even before I purchased the mixer. Well, after receiving the mixer (6 qt Kitchenaid Professional) I proceeded to cook up my tomatoes and veggies (2 bushels of them). This was FAST, EFFICIENT and EASY to use. Yes, there is a learning curve to setting it up, but the ease of use far out weighs that little fact. (though once you figure it out, it will always be easy) - I highly recommend these products. (oh, I forgot to mention it only took about 1.5 hours to process all of the veggies vs. 2 days!) (Posted on 8/6/12)

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