The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is home to some of the most indulgent desserts in the world, including Kunafa, Lugaimat (Logma), and Umm Ali. For creating homegrown delectable baked goods, wholesale bakeries and retail businesses such as restaurants must make the highest quality dough to satisfy the discerning tastebuds of consumers living in a large city such as Dubai and customers visiting from abroad. For many years, the batch mixing method for processing dough represented the only way to create the foundation for chips, crackers, cookies, and bread loaves. In 1994, batch mixing started to face competition from a new and improved method of mixing dough. Businesses in the UAE can now use industrial bakery mixers that follow the continuous dough mixing process.
Exact Mixing introduced the world to the continuous mixing method in 1994, and 14 years later, Reading Bakery Systems brought us into its family of thriving food-related businesses. With additional capital provided by Reading Bakery Systems and the recruitment of the most respected engineers in the food production industry, Exact Mixing refined the continuous mixing method to make it the better option for businesses of all sizes.
Whether you need to produce a small batch of cookies or a large batch of puff pastries, the continuous mixing method is the preferred dough mixing method for production facilities that sell to wholesalers, as well as small businesses such as pastry shops lining the streets of Dubai.
Exact Mixing offers a highly versatile line of continuous mixers, which allows many of our customers to diversify their offerings of baked goods and snack foods. The production volumes of our continuous mixers start at 50 kg an hour and peak at more than 10,000 kg per hour.
What is the Continuous Mixing Process?
The mixing of dough goes through the same stages for both batch and continuous mixers. Bulk ingredients are first delivered to the mixing area, where precise measurements of each ingredient are taken before they go inside the mixer. Then, the ingredients mix into the type of dough that forms the foundation of a defined baked good. Finally, the dough leaves the mixing system and goes to a space where it gets molded into the right shape.
Unlike the batch mixing system, continuous mixing allows you to feed ingredients into the mixer continuously, significantly increasing output. Continuous mixers do not require as much labor to operate, which provides your business with a bigger cushion for a razor-thin operating margin. Continuous mixers deliver ingredients within an accuracy range of no more than plus or minus 0.25 percent. This more accurate delivery system reduces food waste, another cost that can turn a profitable food production business into a business that loses money.
Learn More About the Benefits of Continuous Mixers
We offer several resources for our potential partners to access before purchasing one or more continuous mixers. Reading the testimonials left by our partners on the Exact Mixing website is one way to gain insight into the advantages of changing to the continuous dough mixing process. We also offer a demonstration that presents the steps required to complete the continuous mixing process. Exact Mixing also recommends that you visit our Science & Innovation Center in Sinking Spring, Pennsylvania, to see first-hand how our line of continuous mixers can help your business increase sales and reduce operating costs.
Contact Exact Mixing today by submitting the short Contact form or calling 610-693-5816.