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Which Cookie Machine Suit You?

2016-01-12  By  serena
A cookie is a small, flat, sweet, baked good, usually containing flour, eggs, sugar, and either butter, cooking oil or another oil or fat. It may include other ingredients such as raisins, oats, chocolate chips or nuts.In most English-speaking countries except for the US and Canada, crisp cookies are called biscuits. Chewier cookies are commonly called cookies even in the UK.
As many varieties are available, it’s no wonder so many people love cookies! For so many bake shops around the world, cookie production has become a very profitable revenue stream. Now you want a piece of the action – but where to start? Choosing the right cookie production equipment may seem like a daunting task, but by answering just a few simple questions, you can easily resolve your cookie confusion and take the first steps toward profitability.

1.What type of cookie do you plan to produce?

Cookie production is nothing if not diverse! Finally, if you’re planning to work with a batter to make cupcakes, muffins, or sheet cakes a Fluid Depositor should be high on your priority list. Whichever sweet treats you desire in your display case, it’s important to identify them early so that you can select your equipment accordingly.
2.How many different cookie types would you like to carry?
Many of today’s depositors are versatile machines. Once you have an idea of the range of items that are available, it’s time to decide how many different products you’d like to make. Do you want to focus solely on Stationary Drop Cookies or will you want to make Rotary and Multilevel Drop Cookies as well? Do you need a Wire-cut Cookie Machine? Perhaps you’ll want to do some Batter Depositing – or maybe you want the flexibility to do it all. Whatever your choices are it’s good to have them in mind when looking for equipment to fit your needs.

3.What sort of production volume are you considering?
Your desired production capacity is important information to know when speak to an equipment specialist about a new Cookie Machine. Are you looking to produce 1000 cookies a day or 10,000? Purchasing more machine than you need is a waste of your time and resources. Inversely, purchasing too small of a machine will just lead to quality loss and inevitable equipment replacement. Both mistakes will only wind up costing you money. Be sure you keep your long-term goals in mind when making your cookie machine investment.

Whether you’re looking to add diversity to your current product line or simply expand your existing cookie production, choosing the proper equipment is key. The right cookie production equipment can increase your efficiency without sacrificing the quality of your product. It can save you time and money, and still deliver the level of excellence your customers they’ve grown to expect from you. 


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