Whitepaper: Steam Infusion Buyers’ Guide
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Posted: 15 January 2018 | OAL | No comments yet
Or perhaps your company is facing growing pressure from governments to reduce fat, salt and sugar in products, but reformulating products has been an obstacle. Equally, meeting consumers’ demands for convenient yet healthy foods is another constant challenge. To remain competitive, food manufacturers need to be flexible and adaptive, embracing new technologies and innovations.
Steam infusion may well be the answer to winning new business, increasing cooking capacity, and meeting government and consumer requirements. A growing number of food and drink manufacturers have come to recognise the outstanding value of this technology which shortens cooking times, avoids high operating costs and creates fresher-tasting, healthier food products.
However, not all Steam Infusion systems are created equal, nor are they interchangeable. A wide range of businesses – from cooking system suppliers to multi-national component suppliers – now offer their own steam injection and infusion solutions. Their products vary widely in terms of process, performance, compatibility and usability, meaning that the right system for one manufacturer may be unsuitable for another, and vice versa.
For this reason, we have put together the following guide to help would-be buyers make the best possible purchasing decision in their steam infusion journey.
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