The Ideal Conditions Temperature and Humidity
everyone, I would like to get your opinion on the ideal conditions (temperature
and humidity) when producing butter biscuits (with or without chocolate) and
are the best conditions for hygroscopic raw materials and the fi...
Used cracker line for sale
Hello experts! I would like to ask you, we have an old cracker line for sale. Where can I advertise the line to find a potential buyer?The line was manufactured in 2005, Laser biscuits ItalyThree roll sheeterLaminator3 gauge roll stationsTwo Cutter r...
De-moulding larger dough piece
Hi,We have a large rectangular rotary mould impression, scored into fingers and docked. Rough weight is 105g. With a shortbread dough, all butter (28% approx), it extracts fine. When we move to 7-14% butter and 14-21% margarine, it doesn't fully extr...
Making a Biscuit Softer and Less Sweet
How can l make my loose biscuit softer and less sweet?
My current recipe is: 134kg flour,39kgs rough sugar,15kgs icing sugar,18 kg fat,1kg salt, 700g bicarbonate soda,3.5 litres syrup,140grammes sodium metabisulphate,800gramms ammonium bicabonate,1...
Drying of iced biscuits
Hi all!What are the recommended drying conditions (T°, HR%, time) for iced biscuits like Fox's Party Rings?
Rapeseed lecithin in hard dough biscuits
Hello! In this moment we receive an offer to introduce rapeseed lecithine for replacing soya lecithine( alergen). Actually, I found nothing about the differences between these. it is possible to appear the oxidation ? Thank you!
UNIFORMITY ON THE EXTRUDER
Hello everybody,by testing an extruder for gluten free sticks (5 mm), I could not get a uniformity to all 70 rows.Any potential proposal to solve the issue will be much appreciated.
I understand some studies show that in biscuits residues of sodium metabisulfite after baking are extremely small and difficult to analyse. Are there any scientific references that confirm this?
Looking for testing method for gluten free cracker dough
I’m having a lot of issues with variability in the hydration of a sheeted gluten free cracker dough. I often times have to add or subtract water during a production run. This is to enable efficient sheeting of the dough or to help with curling at t...
Air Pockets on top of basecake - rotary style cookie
Hello All, I am finding that there are large air pockets on top of a chocolate basecake that we are running. We are seeing hotter temperatures and the oil is stored in a silo outdoors. These basecakes do have docker pins however and we have made adju...