Flatbreads contribute significantly to the sustainability of food systems. They can be made from various cereals, pseudocereals, or pulses, promoting the use of local produce from marginal lands. Their short baking times, which can even eliminate the need for an oven, reduce energy consumption. Additionally, their ability to wrap around food or serve as utensils lessens the need for tableware and saves water.
The companies in the Verhoeven Bakery Equipment Family, BVT, NewCap, Vacuum Cooling and Bakepack, together design turnkey solutions, which can range from mono-lines for bread specialties, for example, baguettes, to multi-bread lines for a multitude of products including artisan breads, rolls, buns, baguettes and many more.
Rademaker designed its bread line for production efficiency, for a diverse range of breads including small baguettes, baguettes, triangle buns, square buns, hexagonal shaped buns, decorated/stamped buns, ciabatta, focaccia, pave, bagels and for a large variation of rounded products.
Making its debut on the best stage for a first impression, at iba, the new, compact IMPRESSA bread line developed by FRITSCH for industrial production manages to save 20% of the floor space – about 5 m. This was accomplished, in part, by new sheeting technology incorporated in the revised Soft Dough Sheeter (SDS) and the new Soft Dough Roller (SDR).
The stress-free sheeting technology developed by AMF Tromp is at the heart of the processing line for any artisan bread product. The technology was developed around maintaining the quality and integrity of the traditional craft.
An enticing range of breads is carefully crafted to answer the consumer’s unwavering love for a slice of wholesomeness, whether…
Bread, a staple of the daily diet, has a history intricately linked to human civilization. Among its myriad forms, ‘flat’…