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Mixer for plant based products and alternative proteins

Vegetarian - Vegan

Mixers for vegan products in industrial size

Mixers for plant based Products made in Germany

Industrial Mixers for vegetarian and vegan products

Mix vegan and vegetarian products in our mixer. Find the right process in our Technikum (demo center), to have the perfect fit, tailor made for your production.

Vegan mixtures contain different ingredients, which can be pasty, liquid or powdery. You can handle these different consistencies with your new GLASS mixer.

The batch prcoess makes it easy to mix and temper all ingredients.

 

To make sure your product is mixed correctly, we have a wide range of mixers, that mix either slow and gently, or fast and intense. For your requirements, the system can be equipped with a wide range mixing heads and dosing options.

The control systems of the plants can be ideally integrated into the respective production environments. The mixers are easy to clean, Made in Germany and we help you to run them as long as possible, as our machines usually work for several decades.

Example: Testing Hummus production in our Technikum

Mixing Hummus in a VAS mixer

A few of the products our customers produce in our mixers

  • Vegan Cheese
  • Textured Vegan Protein (TVP)
  • Vegan Meat Alternatives
  • High Moisture Protein (HMP)
  • Hummus
  • Cream Cheese
  • Salads
  • Vegan Sausages
  • Pesto
  • Vegan Pudding
  • Cooking of Rice, Quinoa,...
  • Your new vegan product?

Mixing plant based products

Mixing vegan products, by adding together different ingredients in a mixer, is a common practice in the food industry as a way to create meat alternatives that cater to a variety of consumer preferences. This method involves blending plant-based ingredients to mimic the taste, texture, and nutritional profile of meat.

Besides well known plant based proteins such as seitan and tofu, there are countless other plant-based ingredients that can be processed in a mixer to create vegan meat alternatives. For example, chickpeas, jackfruit or lentils are all popular choices for creating vegan meat alternatives due to their meaty texture and umami flavor.

At an industrial scale, mixing vegan products in a mixer can be a cost-effective way to create a wide range of meat alternatives that appeal to different tastes and preferences. By blending different plant-based ingredients, manufacturers can create products that offer a similar taste, texture, and nutritional profile to meat while being more sustainable and ethical.

In conclusion, mixing vegan products in a mixer is a common practice in the food industry as a way to create meat alternatives that cater to a variety of consumer preferences. With the rise of plant-based diets and concerns about the environmental impact of meat production, we can expect to see more innovative and sustainable vegan meat alternatives on the market in the coming years.

Mixing alternative proteins

As the demand for plant-based products continues to rise, companies explore the possibilities of mixing vegan and vegetarian products as alternatives to meat at an industrial scale. This trend is driven by various factors, including concerns about animal welfare, environmental sustainability, and health and wellness.

One of the key advantages of using a mix of vegan and vegetarian products is that it allows manufacturers to create a diverse range of meat alternatives that cater to different tastes and preferences. For example, some consumers may prefer vegan products that mimic the taste and texture of meat, while others may prefer vegetarian products that offer unique flavor and nutritional profiles.

At an industrial scale, mixing vegan and vegetarian products can also help companies optimize their production processes and reduce costs. By combining different ingredients and formulations, manufacturers can create products that are more cost-effective and easier to produce, while still maintaining high levels of quality and consistency.

Overall, mixing vegan and vegetarian products as alternatives to meat at an industrial scale has the potential to offer a wide range of benefits for both companies and consumers. As demand for plant-based products continues to grow, we can expect to see more innovative and sustainable meat alternatives on the market in the coming years.

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