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Four of our Lindor L1000 drum mixers mix tons of Indian ethnic snacks (Namkeen) daily for the Indian snack giant Haldiram’s. For many Indians drinking Chai (tea) is a daily ritual which must be accompanied by a dish of Namkeen.
It is becoming increasingly important to mix cocoa very meticulously. For consumers, price is not the most important aspect, it's the quality of the chocolate. Our gentle touch mixing technology fully complies with this trend.
Lindor rotary drum blenders are increasingly often finding their way into the plastics industry. The ‘gentle touch’ mixing principle is suitable for a wide range of applications such as ‘dusting’ sticky granulates.
This year, Lindor will once again be exhibiting at the Anuga FoodTec, the international fair for food technology.
At the seminar: “POWDER TEC - Food goes Powder” on 13 December last, we gave a lecture on mixing powders and granules in the food, confectionery, beverage and pharmaceutical industries.
Every year the Indian international supplier fair for the food and drink industry, ANUTEC, evolves into a more professional edition. Each time the organisation is better than before. The overall look also keeps improving.