Quality inspection example

A quality inspection example. Bakery Academy is showing how such inspection example would look like, there is however much in ‘the eye of the beholder’. Which says as much that values chosen here might actually be quality complaints of certain customers: the difference between how the product is intended and how it is received. In…

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Quality expectations

Quality expectations are different for every situation. For that we need quality inspections of products and processes. These inspections are done by so called Quality Attributes. Quality Attributes are contributing to the final desired result (‘quality’), they can be considered as follows: Critical (as in Critical Control Point): It is evident that exceeding the target…

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Quality management

For quality management there are severel stages. When bakers start to make a product, they test/ taste it themselves and once reasonably satisfied they let their closest peers evaluate the product. In a next step they will evolve this in a plan to get to the market. Initially the outer markers of such a product…

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What is quality

Perceiving a product to be of high quality. Many ‘purist’ bakers would express that this product resembles how it was made in the past. Or how of it’s superior taste and appearance. Quality can also be a measurement or result. That a product or process is compliant with a certain set of standards and if…

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