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See: Adjusted Present Value Baker have developed a complete process solution for the manufacture of fabricated fab·ri·cate
tr.v. fab·ri·cat·ed, fab·ri·cat·ing, fab·ri·cates
1. To make; create.
2. To construct by combining or assembling diverse, typically standardized parts: chips. The solution covers all stages of the process, from raw ingredients feed and mixing, through to flavouring of the finished product.
The potato-based snack is experiencing rapid growth, both in new snack food industries and in developing countries. An adv-antage of fabricated chips is that they are based on processed granules Granules
Small packets of reactive chemicals stored within cells.
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By utilising a complete pilot line installed at their Food Process Centre at Peterborough, APV Baker have undertaken an extensive development prog-ramme to address key process issues.
APV's technicians can work in collaboration with their customers to develop process and product formulations to suit the customers' specific needs. In collaboration with a leading mixer mixer, either of two electronic devices in which two or more signals are combined. In the type of mixer used in radio receivers, radar receivers, and similar systems, a signal is translated upward or downward in frequency. manufacturer, APV have developed a Continuous mixer specifically suited to the unique demands of the fabricated chip process. The mixer is able to combine on a continuous basis, pre-blended dry ingredients, rework re·work
tr.v. re·worked, re·work·ing, re·works
1. To work over again; revise.
2. To subject to a repeated or new process.
n. product and water to form the dough.
A technology already proven in snack food production is used for the key operation of accurately sheeting the dough to the required thickness. Finished product pieces are accurately cut from the dough sheet using a 4-roll rotary cutter cutter, small, one-masted sailing vessel, with a rig similar to that of a sloop except that it usually has a sliding bowsprit and a topmast. From 1800 to 1830 cutters were in service between England and France. before passing to the frying or baking process.