Ensuring optimal flour quality
|Authors & editors|
|Publisher||Milling & Grain|
|Year of publication||2021|
|Scope & content||By Urs Dübendorfer, Senior Advisor Milling Solutions, Bühler, Switzerland. |
Millers in most parts of the world face many challenges, from price pressure to increased competition and stringent demands from flour purchasers.
Today’s flour market is predominantly shaped by downstream processes, like industrial bakeries and pasta production.
These highly automated factories with streamlined processes need flour with consistent properties such as a specific particle size distribution and moisture content. Across different markets and geographies these requirements will differ but be no less precise. In addition, some also require flour for specialised end products… Read more.