Nowadays a research and development laboratory in the food industry, to maintain a high-profile offer, is no longer limited to the mere testing and verifying of additives and preparations but it tests innovative recipes, it studies new products and it develops food process management systems.
All these areas of intervention require constant updating, not only from a theoretical point of view but also and above all from a technological point of view, for the need to identify what may be from time to time the most suitable professional food processor and equipment for the procedures under examination.
Test kitchen in research and development laboratories
In a test kitchen, such as those that we find in fact in a research and development laboratory of the food industry, it is not uncommon to be faced with the need to study and control entire production processes, starting from the cooking of food, they pass through the abatement/freezing process to finally reach the packaging stage. Each of these steps requires programming and replicability.
At this point, we realize how much professional food processor and equipment are essential for the correct management of the entire production chain; consistency in performance, resistance, versatility and verification of consumption allow you to accurately study the food cost, the impact in terms of consumption and not least the control of food loss. This last one turns out to be a topic more and more dear to the final consumer for the remarkable impact that it has in the field of eco-sustainability but also leads to a logic of saving and optimization of the raw materials from the food industry.
Alongside innovative tools such as 3D printers for food, vacuum mixers and frozen product processors, we also find all the classic methods, such as steam cooking, convection, grinding, abatement, conditioning and sous-vide cooking, dehydration, smoking and fermentation.
Why are Hotmixpro machines and professional equipment indispensable in the research and development laboratory of a food industry?
Technological innovation, market analysis and study of professional food processor and equipment that have unique and extremely flexible solutions for all the specific needs of a research and development laboratory in the food industry; This is the mission of Hotmixpro, which imposes itself as market leader in the field of thermal mixers thanks to countless features:
- grade by grade control
The replicability of the transactions will no longer be a problem and it will make the execution of the operator independent
The fineness in terms of grain size will be guaranteed by the very high number of revolutions per minute of the blades and the accuracy in terms of temperature is no longer a problem thanks to the ability to choose exactly the preferred degree of cooking.
Just thanks to technologies of this level a research and development laboratory is able to work with scientific method, creating and exporting for its customers recipes and procedures that combine precision and consistency with taste and craftsmanship.
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Our awards and recognitions
“FSE Tomorrow Award“, “Kenneth F. Hine Best of Show” & “Best new product” at IHMRS, “Small Light Equipment Innovation Award” at Gulfood, more than an achievement are for us an incentive to continue on the road of innovation serving the professional.
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CHEF MASSIMO BOTTURA
"HotmixPRO is an incredible machine!"
"In order to maintain our high standards, we need reliable cooperators and suppliers."
CHEF LUCA MARCHINI
"HotmixPRO has become a key tool in our kitchen.
It takes away stress and allows us to be in control more easily.
The ability to use the recipe system to make any recipe perfectly repeatable (by anyone in the kitchen) is very appreciated."
CHEF EMILIO BARBIERI
"HotmixPRO is very innovative, it allows you to forget about it...
You can do something else and the machine will work correctly and won't spoil any recipe. So it's become very important in our workflow. [...] And you also have less things to wash."