With Bastille Day just around the corner, we thought it’d be a great opportunity to celebrate France, great food and great suppliers.

Be it a vegetable julienne or French-fries, each delicious dish comes with an equally delicious side. Accompaniments complete and compliment the main piece, and that’s why you shouldn’t neglect them.

Robot Coupe, the food preparation specialist, has been around for over 40 years. The company was born in Burgundy, France, where the famous Dijon mustard also originates from - it says it all! The brand is already famous among chefs, no further introduction needed.

Robot Coupe has developed a wide range of machines adapted to each professional needs - restaurants, institutions, delicatessens, caterers… From food processors and cutters to mixers and blenders, we proudly count nearly 100 of their products on our website.

Today all lights are on the CL50 ultra vegetable preparation machine. Your best kitchen assistant, your best friend and we dare say an extension of yourself!

High quality.

All Robot Coupe items are made in France, a guarantee of quality!

The CL50 model is composed of a stainless steel motor base and is durable and reliable. Its robust construction backed up with an induction motor makes it ideal for intensive use and perfect for heavy-duty jobs. Thank to its large hopper you can process bulky vegetables and produce up to 5kg per minute, with flawless cutting precision.


This machine is to your kitchen what mashed potato is to a steak – indispensable! A wide range of attachments is available and offers a total of 48 cutting options. Talk about versatility!

With this Robot Coupe vegetable preparation machine, you can:
✔ Slice
✔ Dice
✔ Grate
✔ Cut
✔ Julienne


Well, very little maintenance required! The CL50 is very easy to clean as all parts in contact with food can be removed.

Discover the Robot Coupe range today, and the super CL50 model while you're at it.

We put together a selection of French foods and drinks you could use to celebrate next week! From crème brulee for beginners, to Bourguignon beef for more experienced ones, you will find lots of recipes. Bon appetit!