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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...
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...
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
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 planning on investing in a seasoning system. We are scheduling a test with an electrostatic seasoning application. Does anyone have any experience with a dry seasoning system with an electrostatic component. The company is ARBO and I would...
Hi to all!We are new players in the cracker industry and would like to address our problem and seek some advice from knowledgeable people.We are producing a cream cracker (like malkist) and we encounter uneven color in baking, the right side of the o...
We are having different issues with our Soda Crackers running through lamination. He has times where the dough will roll under a relaxation conveyor or right after it. We have been having an issue with a "fish mouth cracker". last but not least we ca...
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