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Roel Would like to learn more on Cookies, Biscuit and Cracker and Biscuit manufacturer
24.04.2023
Soft and Chewy Cookies
Good to all!I would like to ask for the cookies. Aside from the moisture, what factors need to consider to make soft and chewy cookies? Many thanks!
Water Crackers
Would like to know if someone can help with the best mixing and fermentation process for Water Crackers and how to get the best results of bubbles without blisters.Thank you
Exturded Corn Flips
Hello, we need some advice about production of extruded corn snacks. We are having problems with achieving "softer" structure of snack, we tried by lowering the water content during extrusion, and also by raising extrusion pressure. The structure tha...
20.04.2023
Biscuits With Chocolate and White Filling - Very Hard Biscuit After Few Days
Good morning,Biscuit ingredients:wheat flour, vegetable fat, sugar, low-fat cocoa, glucose syrup, whole egg pulp, starch, skimmed milk powder, soy lecithin, emulsifier, flavoring, raising agents.Chocolate filling:Sugar, rafined oil, chocolate, modifi...
Help us decide the ideal production amount for our soda crackers!
Hey everybody. I'm a chemical engineering student and as part of the final project of my bachelor's degree me and my group are working on the production of soda crackers from cassava, breadfruit, yam and sweet potato flour. As part of the project we...
Georgi DM and Biscuit manufacturer
01.03.2023
Tips for Incorporating Sodium Bicarbonate and Proteases into Biscuit Dough?
Hello, I would like to know what is the most appropriate way to incorporate sodium bicarbonate and ammonium or proteases into a biscuit dough ( in this moment these are solved in water and incorporate in the first faze of mixing).
Jose Azevedo Product Development Manager | Biscuit Expert | Subject Matter Expert and Biscuit manufacturer
28.02.2023
Using Hot Air to Prevent Dough Sticking in Gauging Rolls: Is it the Best Option?
In one of my travels, I saw a factory using hot air on the cracker dough surface, between gauging rolls. Is this the best option when compared with room temperature or cold air, for mitigating dough sticking to rolls?Jose
Roel Would like to learn more on Cookies, Biscuit and Cracker and Biscuit manufacturer
08.02.2023
Cracker Width Expansion: Causes and Solutions
Good Day to all, We produced crackers just like Malkist. We encounter a problem in dimension, the width of our cracker expands by 2mm (from the maximum width of 70mm we get 72mm) and our packaging finds difficulties in packing our product. Th...
Waffle cone inflated
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...
22.01.2023
Sulfite Calculation
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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