Buying a product at random without looking for specific features is a bad idea. We’ll highlight some of the top things to look out for optimal processing.
First up, you’ll want a wide feed tube. This will let you place big ingredients inside as well as small, so you won’t have to worry about large items of food not fitting into your food processor (within reason, obviously a whole chicken will not ever fit for a silly example).
Grab one with a 9 cup capacity or more, even if you live alone. You never know when you’ll have multiple people to cook for and they’re not much more expensive than the 7 cup one’s, so you may as well dish out a few extra bucks to get your hands on one for your home.
Warranty is important with any electronic item, and this is no exception. Be sure to check that you get at least 1 year of warranty to get a replacement if anything should go wrong.
If you have a dishwasher, look for dishwasher ready food processors. They should be labelled this specifically so you can easily clean what would usually take much more effort after cooking with.
That about rounds it up. Good luck!