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Hello, we are producing wafle cones 160mm in length in an automatic 37 mould oven on the rate of 1300- 1500 cones per hour. We have a problem that some of the wafers tend to get inflated as soon as the mould opens after cooking. This makes the waf...
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Hello everyone,I need some help in understanding how to calculate sulfite residues in order to check that the amount of Sodium Metabisulfite added to our products (biscuits and crackers) is compliant to local regulations.Based on the Sodium Metabisul...
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Dear all, do you have any calculation for deciding theoretically for a given size of the mould say in mm L-225X W-89*X H-43? What is the bread dough or Rusk Dough to be divided so that I get full mould of bread with lid on the mould? If any th...
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Hello,I work as a baker for a company that makes teething biscuits for babies. I have been tasked with finding a way to make the biscuits harder to break. So basically I am trying to make something safe to eat but too strong to break. The aim is for...
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Hello to everyone. Can you help us with how can we make the cookie have a smoother surface and not break during packaging?
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Hello Friends, We recently noticed that our wire-cut biscuit dough hardens very quickly during the cut, causing variations in weight and disassembling the extruder rolls. This seems to happen since we started using a non-palm, liquid lipid (use...
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What is the required length of the cooling conveyor for a 100ft tunnel oven baking soda crackers? The band is 1 meter wide.  
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Dear All, We are facing problem in our soft dough biscuit at Moulding area (hydration of soft dough is so fast that way, discharge of dough at Moulding is less and rejection ratio is high) Our soft dough biscuit has less vegetable shorten...
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Our wafer cream is light, (s.g. 0.9) (we are mixing the cream with a beater in a planetary mixer) and soft. We would like to get a cream with totally different eating quality. Please advise how we can get heavier, and harder cream.Thanks.
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Hello,we are developing new protein enriched wafer. To get the optimum level of protein content, we put 25% milk protein isolate inside of the filling, but our main problem is how to get the filling to be more spreadable? While spreading protein enri...
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