The top layer of skin on fruits and vegetables is removed using skin peeling and blanching machines. They work by removing the fruit or vegetable's skin with a spinning blade. The skin is then collected in a receptacle that is positioned beneath the machine once it has been peeled. The fruit or vegetable is then put in a second container, which is set on top of the machine, after being peeled. The fruit or vegetable is subsequently blanched by the machine in hot water to remove any last bits of peel. Skin peeling and blanching machines are easy to operate and maintain.