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Astoria GROCERY Espresso Grinder - 2.5 lb. Capacity

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Astoria GROCERY Espresso Grinder - 2.5 lb. Capacity
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SKU: grinder_GROCERY

The espresso coffee machine is becoming more and more a necessary and profitable piece of equipment for every food establishment. ASTORIA has developed a full line of espresso machines and grinders suitable for various market demands. Everyone will find the perfect Astoria machine among all the models.

  • Hard working, reliable, grinders are perfect companions for Astoria espresso/cappuccino machines.
  • Astoria grinders feature large removable hoppers and strong cast aluminum bodies that house low noise/low heat heavy duty motors.
  • Accurate flip switch dispensing mechanism.
  • Available in standard black.
  • Features:
    • Hopper Capacity: 2.5 lbs
    • Grinding Capacity: 25-30 lbs/hr
    • Grinder Burr Diameter: 2-1/2 in. (64 mm)
    • Motor Power: 0.5 hp

    *Image is a representation. Actual product may vary based on model, size, and options selected.

    Manufacturer: Astoria
    Model: GROCERY
    List Price: $920
    Width: 9"
    Depth: 13"
    Height: 23"
    Voltage: 110 volts
    Amperage: 5.0 amps
    Wattage: 550 watts
    Weight: 33 lbs.
  • Astoria

    Astoria is an Italian-based espresso machine manufacturing company focused on providing quality machines at an affordable price. Aside from their affordability, espresso machines produced by Astoria are known for their longevity and ability to produce exceptional espresso based beverages. For those looking for a quality commercial espresso machine on a budget, Astoria is the machine for you.

    Hi, I've heard that Astoria grinders are Mazzer made. Is this Astoria Grocery an Astoria branded Super Jolly with the doserless faceplate, essentially? I am going off the 64mm burrs and overall shape from the picture. If so, the price is right!

    Asked by: Nigel
    That is interesting to hear. But judging by the burr size this seems like it's the super jolly equivalent, but at the same price as a mazzer mini, which seems a little too good to be true, fishy, even. Is it just that simple though?
    Answered by: Nigel
    Date published: 2014-03-24