Ball® freshTECH HarvestPro™ Sauce & Salsa Maker


Ball® freshTECH HarvestPro™ Sauce & Salsa Maker

Ball® freshTECH HarvestPro™ Sauce & Salsa Maker


Item #1034049

The Ball® freshTECH HarvestPro™ Sauce Maker can puree up to 15 quarts of fresh tomatoes in just a few minutes so you can save time, effort, and mess. Now it's easy and convenient to make garden-fresh sauces, salsas, dips, and spreads from a variety of fruits and vegetables!



  • Extra-wide 2.5" chute saves time - which means less prep needed for fruits and vegetables!
  • Durable, fully-enclosed splash guard helps prevent splatter and mess
  • Durable, oversized auger enables a more consistent puree
  • Unique silicone wiper automatically rotates to reduce clogging and maximize yield
  • One-step UniLock™ system detaches simply for easy, dishwasher-safe cleanup
  • A high-performance motor with optimal torque ensures quiet operation
  • Large nesting hopper and built-in cord pocket ensure compact storage


Also includes:

  • Standard Screen
  • Coarse Screen
  • Tamper
  • Cleaning Brush



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Ball® freshTECH HarvestPro™ Sauce Maker is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 31.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best thing ever! I bought the Ball fresh Tech Harvest Pro last week and just love it. We have a bumper crop of tomatoes this year . After struggling with my old crank juicer I saw this in my local Runnings store when I went to buy canning jars. It is fantastic. It cut my time in half. It is so easy to use, cleanup is a breeze. I put all the pieces in the dishwasher and they came out like new. I did microwave the tomatoes for 4 minutes after coring and quartering them. And I cleaned the strainer pretty good before putting it in the dishwasher. I used the bigger strainer for salsa and it was also excellent. I would recommend this to any home canner with lots of tomatoes.
Date published: 2018-09-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Mama's little helper!! My husband bought this for me as a gift at the end of canning season last year and I think I used it once. This year I have had the chance to use it and I really love the machine. the puree is thick and makes quick work of tomatoes. So far this year I have made pasta sauce, pizza sauce, and juice. Easy to put together and easy clean up. I have a Roma Tomato strainer that I love, but love this machine more!!
Date published: 2018-08-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from excellent machine I just used this machine for the first time today, I was very impressed with its operation. I had no trouble at all processing 100 pounds of tomatos. It was quiet, didn't jam at all and did a great job. I highly recommend this product.
Date published: 2017-09-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Love it! I bought this last year. What a time saver! Great for both tomatoes and apples. Very little waste. I would, however, not recommend this for grapes. Kept jamming.
Date published: 2017-09-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love this machine!! I bought this specifically for tomatoes to make picante/salsa. Love love love the time it saved.
Date published: 2017-09-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great For Smaller Tasks! I bought this about a year ago. I have a professional tomato machine, which I use every August to prepare 12 to 15 bushels of tomatoes and jar sauce for the year. I needed something smaller to use during the year for smaller tasks like making applesauce. This works great for my needs.
Date published: 2017-09-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love lt. purchased last week. used one time to make blackberry jam. I just threw my manual sauce master 2 in the garbage.
Date published: 2017-08-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Real time saver! I made 12 quarts of tomato sauce yesterday. No skin and no seeds in the purée and I am very happy with the results. Works well with plum tomatoes, as well as slicer tomatoes and cherry tomatoes. Bought this despite some of the recent negative reviews here, which (based on my recent experience), dont seem very fair or informed. I did not bother cooking the tomatoes ahead of time, but washed them, cored them, cut them in quarters and puréed them. I boiled down the sauce a bit (as I added some overripe slicers at the end of the processing) & used my new steam canner (another brand - wow, what a time saver also) to process. All in all, I spent about 4 hours in the kitchen, as opposed to a full day. Would I buy this again? For sure. In response to some of the criticisms: 1) the snap lock works just fine, but you need to make sure that the parts are aligned properly (if it wont lock, it's not the machine, it is you). 2) You can get a thicker purée if you use large paste tomatoes, like Gallo or Mayan. Otherwise, you do need to reduce the liquid by boiling it down, just as most canning recipes suggest (I used a portable induction cooktop to precisely control the boil-down; on mine, I set it for 800 watts for a slow boil. As I processed, I would add the purée to my cook pot). Cherry tomatoes and slicers work fine, but they have a lot more liquid, so you will need to adjust on your end to create thicker purée. 3) If you jam the machine, it's because you are trying to process too quickly. Yes, I jammed mine until I figured out that I was pushing on the tamper too much as I was overloading the chute and trying to speed things up. 4) I put the extracted pulp through the saucer a second time, it was worth it for the thicker purée that was extracted (I only did this after I had sauced all my raw tomatoes).
Date published: 2017-08-30
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