Size or Shape of Products. Every so often we see that products don’t hold their shape as we intended it to be:
So what can be the cause of this? In 9 out 10 cases it has to do with consistency:
If it isn’t one of these, it is most probably the way the process is controlled during mixing and forming/ shaping (incl depositing/ moulding/ extruding). Dough and batter densities in combination with their temperatures tend to be a quite good predictor on how your final product will be.
In several cases we see that when moving toward more automated handling, these product variations tend to be reduced, in certain cases the product quality deteriorates a bit when comparing to the best performances, where as it improves a lot compared to it’s worst performance.
Bakeries can perform premixing themselves or allowing the small materials to be premixed by the supply industry. In other words create a mixture of ra...
During premixing and transportation, one can also employ the method of flour and meal cooling or heating. When flour is transported with warm or cold ...
The item has been added to your shopping cart.
The item has been added to your quotation
The item has been added to your wishlist