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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...
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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