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Dough piece forming: Biscuit Cutting Machine
Biscuit cutting process on the biscuit cutting machine line for forming the dough for a wide variety of biscuits, including all semi-sweet biscuits, c...
Emulsifiers in the baking industry
In this article, you will find the answers: What is lecithin? How do emulsifiers work? Emulsifier Definition and types of emulsifiers in baking
The Biscuits
What are the different types of biscuits and biscuit names? General categories are crackers, hard sweet biscuits, short dough biscuits, cookies (inclu...
Rotary Moulding
Rotary moulding process step by step. Explanation what is a rotational moulding, rotary moulding biscuits and rotary moulding machine?
The Functional Properties of Sugar in Biscuits
Why put sugar in biscuits? Learn about the functional properties of sugar in Biscuits. Sugar is used in various types of biscuits.
6 types of icing and how to make them
Icing gives more value to your product for a relatively low price in ingredients, makes products more attractive to consumers and encourages impulse b...
Ingredients for Biscuits
What are the most important ingredients for biscuits? Learn more about what your favourite biscuits are made from!
Wafer Ingredients - The processing of flat wafers (1/7):
What are wafers made of and how wafer cookies are made? The processing of flat wafers: Pre-baking processes, Baking specifications, bking plates, Post...
Biscuit Baking Tunnel Oven
What is a tunnel oven? Learn more about the biscuit baking technology and how your favourite biscuits are baked!
External factors influencing shelf life of bakery products
A thourough expert article in the shelf life series, by Jos Vast and Wouter Duisterwinkel, on four external factors in relation to microbiological spo...
Types of Heat Transfer
There are three modes of heat transfer: radiation, conduction and convection. However they differ in importance and effect on the product, and their a...
Checking in Crackers
Checking is a phenomenon which occurs when small hairline cracks develop in biscuits and crackers. These may consequently result in breakage when the...
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