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    Brabender Extruders for the Food Lab

    13 February 2017
    Brabender provides suitable instruments for experimental trials of potential product lines with extrudates in a wide range of shapes, colours and flavours. They are compact and can be put to versatile use in innovative food laboratories. They make it possible for modern foods to be developed under realistic process conditions. This means that ongoing production is not impacted, which saves money but is still consistently quality oriented.

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