Mühlenchemie responds to the durum problem

23 February 20152 min reading
Mühlenchemie enlarged its technology Center including a pilot plant. The plant is currently being used to seek economical solutions for the quality wheat to be used for pasta production.  2014_01_23_MC_Presse-Info_Pasta_Anlage_01_print_01     Mühlenchemie has enlarged its technology Center to include a laboratory where they can simulate any industrial process. The plant is intended to seek economical solutions in response to the shortage of quality wheat for pasta production. Mühlenchemie, one of the world’s best-known enterprises in the field of flour treatment, has developed customized enzyme systems that ensure efficient performance in spite of inferior flour quality. “To complement our years of expertise in raw materials, we have now invested in a pasta laboratory of our own which will enable us to meet our customers’ requirements even more specifically. On our Pavan pilot plant we can simulate practically any industrial process”, says Managing Director Lennart Kutschinski of Mühlenchemie’s latest service offer to pasta manufacturers. Kutschinski is convinced that the new all-round service meets a very real demand: “Our applications technology enables us to find practical solutions for the pasta industry that reconcile quality and economy even in difficult times. In recent projects, for example, we have replaced 75 percent of the durum with bread wheat and achieved the same quality and color by using Pastazym. Support of this kind will become more and more significant in future.”
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