A utensil that is typically a self-contained unit to hold food while a spring-loaded mechanism with blades chops the food beneath. Most often round in shape, a food chopper will have a handle, which works as a plunger connected to a set of evenly spaced metal chopping blades. The food is placed into a holding area under the blade and as the handle is plunged up and down, the blades chop and mince the food into small bits quickly and easily. Foods such as nuts, fruit slices, vegetable slices, herbs, and other softer types of foods that can be easily chopped are quickly cut into small pieces with this kitchen tool.

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