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Smoother Production
with Release Agents

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The journey of dough through a high-speed processing plant can be a long one. From mixing to panning, from baking to packaging, there are plenty of trouble points. 

While proper formulation and handling is key, you don't want to negate your efforts due to bumpy transportation. This is where release agents come in. They help remove baked goods from baking pans, moulds, tins, trays, conveyor belts or packaging.

Typically, release agents are in the form of:

  • Fats and oils
  • Waxes
  • Emulsifiers (e.g lecithins and magnesium stearate)
  • Silicones
  • Flour and starches
  • Combination of ingredients above

Here are some benefits of using a release agent:

  • Cleaner work environment
  • Reduction of undesirable build up in bakery wares and waste
  • Increasing bakery wares lifespan
  • Reduction of processing times
  • Reduction of cost by improving the quality of the released products
  • Efficient production process

If you are baking a speciality product (such as gluten-free or clean label) make sure you find a release agent that is as well!

What else should you consider when
picking a release agent? Find out here!

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We'd like to thank Vantage Foods for sponsoring this topic on release agents. 

Amarnakote™ is Vantage Food’s family of water-based release agents that are unique in functionality and performance. It offers patented cleaning properties to improve customer productivity and is typically applied to dryer/dehydrator chains and bands, shaker conveyors, packaging equipment, baking sheets and pans. To meet a wide variety of regulatory requirements, Amarnakote™ offers clean label solutions including organic, allergen free, non-GMO, Kosher and Halal. Learn more here


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