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C is for Cookie - & cryogenic gases that help commercial bakeries chill & freeze them

C is for Cookie - & cryogenic gases that help commercial bakeries chill & freeze them

We Americans have always wrestled with the age-old “angel versus devil” dilemma over what we eat. The conflict between health and well-being versus ...
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Cool your kettle How cryogenic chilling boosts productivity

Cool Your Kettle: How Cryogenic Chilling Boosts Productivity

Are you using a kettle to cook filling for ethnic foods like burritos or enchiladas? After cooking, how long does it take to cool it? Does ...
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7 reasons why nitrogen is better for inline chilling of prepared soups and sauces

7 Reasons Why Nitrogen is Better for Inline Chilling of Prepared Soups and Sauces

Consumer demand continues to rise for high-quality, fresh-prepared foods and drinks sold in ...
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Why Better Leak Detection is Crucial for Modified Atmosphere Food Packaging

You’ve worked hard to source the highest quality ingredients. You’ve taken extra steps to deliver the freshest food ...
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How fresh foods stay cool: Hint -- it may be by freezing them!

Is fresh better than frozen? Consumers these days think so. The trend, about a decade ...
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