Kwik-Kut is currently located in Mohawk, NY where their manufacturing plant still produces American made products for the kitchen. Like the iconic standard Kwik-Kut chopper, which I have in my kitchen. It's my go-to tool when making egg salad. Nothing chops up the hard boiled eggs like the Kwik-Kut chopper. Today, there are a handful of variations including a commercial model and the deluxe version which features wooden handles.
"William and Dorothy Carter first started manufacturing the product in their garage in Ilion. The company used an interesting marketing technique teaming with not for profit organizations and helping them with their fund raising efforts," according to their website.
"In 1955 Kwik-Kut out-grew the garage and moved to its current facility in Mohawk, NewThe Kwik-Kut Manufacturing company dates back into the 1920s in Ilion and Mohawk, NY and the company still exists today.York. In 1966 Mr. John Fitzer purchased the company upon his retirement from the Remington Arms Company. Mr. Fitzer designed many of the machines and products."
In 1989, the company passed over to current owner, Mary Morse. Morse, the daughter of John Fitzer, literally grew up in the business.
The Kwik-Kut products are American Made by a group of dedicated employees in their facility in Mohawk, New York. Kwik-Kut and its employees pride themselves on maintaining the quality of their products, its community involvement and fair business practices.
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