Improvement of taste and flavour in sterilisation or pasteurisation processes
Aim of the organoleptic optimisation of canned food
Enhance your sterilized or pasteurized product by adapting the schedule process:
Gains on the organoleptic quality of your recipes are quite possible as soon as the schedule is designed to follow their thermal characteristics. Thus, we reduce the degradations due to over-cooking (formation of exudate, tarnishing of colors, softening of texture, denaturation of flavor, …).
This practice also gives excellent results on pasteurised products.
The other strong point of this method is that it provides you with reproducible quality products, for perfect standardisation of your recipes.
Experience shows that nutrients are better preserved inside the food due to less migration to the exudates (usually evacuated by the consumer).
Methodology for organoleptic optimisation
• instrumented monitoring with the usual schedule process and a fully loaded retort.
• 1 to 3 changes to the schedule (partial load).
Validation of the optimized schedule:
• control of the new schedule and verification of taste objectives with retort fully loaded.
Commitments with organoleptic optimisation
Quick installation of facilities: 1 to 3 days per optimized schedule.
Delivery of a full report including the results obtained in relation to the objectives set.
Fo or PU validation for final program modification.
Guaranteed integrity of your packaging.
Advice for developping optimized schedules to your future recipes.
No significant equipment investment.