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Asked on 01.10.2020.

Recipe Yield

I'm in bread making business but now want to expand into biscuit manufacture, so I've got a burning question: how much baked biscuit in the way of weight can 50 kg of Flour yield using a typical petit buerre recipe (if you can state ingredients used too)? Trying to work out possible breakeven point. Thanks

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Answered on 04.10.2020.

Hello Sam,

The yield of a Petit Beurre recipe in terms of 50 kgr of Flour would be 63,5 kgr of ready product, having generally 786.2 kgr of Flour for 1000 kgr of final product.

The ingredients in a decreasing scale would be : Wheat Flour, Sugar, Vegetable Fat, Glucose Fructose Syrup, Skimmed Milk Powder, Raising agents (Ammonium Bicarbonate, Sodium Bicabonate , Sodium Acid Pyrophosphate), Salt, Emulsifier, Flavors.

I hope that I have helped you.

Kind Regards,

Christos Sevastos,

Sevastos Bakery & Food

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