Extruded Bread-chips - Possibilities and limits

In contrast to other direct expanded products, which are cut at the die-face, extruded bread chips are cut only after the expanded dough has cooled to some extent and has become firm.
This cut, made through an already expanded material, creates an open pored extrudate surface with an attractive optical appearance and texture, reminding one of the appearance of a cut bread slice.

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Co-extruded products in new and attractive forms

The co-extruded products meant for direct consumption have classically had a crispy outer shell made of a conventionally extruded extrudate in the form of a pillow (= „Pipes“ with ends pressed close) and a filling of a creamy mass in the centre.

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New Extrudates with LDI: Multi-Color and Multi-Texture

Liquid direct injection (LDI) is a further development of the TURBO technology patented by Schaaf, which allows the production of attractive direct expanded products by providing them multiple colours and textures.

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Greater Freedom when Producing Extruded Spirals

Until now, there was only a particular production process that could be used to produce extruded spirals,
and that process functioned only with a restricted choice of raw materials and a limited number of textures.

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