Cup cake chocolate surface filling

Finally mess-free surface covering

Ever wondered how they cover the surface of a cupcake right up until the edge without spilling any chocolate on the cup? Take a look at the following video and you will find out how a FoodJet MDM precision depositing system gets the job done: no spilling on the belt and with a beautiful result.

No easy short-cuts

If you have ever worked with cup-cakes, you know that it is near impossible to produce cupcakes without the chocolate running over the edge. So producers either choose to not cover the complete surface or they accept that the consumers will get dirty hands eating their products.

Say goodbye to dirty conveyors

Once you put all the chocolate on the product, there is no more chocolate going onto the belt. Next to saving money on otherwise wasted chocolate, you can also book significant savings because you don't have to clean your conveyors that often anymore. Did you know that we also provide the material supply to the depositing system? Check this data sheet for more information on our PUL supply system.

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About FoodJet:

FoodJet is the leading company in precision depositing of liquid foodstuff. Since the turn of the century we offer our services to the bakery and confectionary industry.  We are always one step ahead when it comes to helping our clients solve their depositing challenges. Supplying our systems to the leading food processors in the world, more and more companies trust FoodJet with improving their product quality and decreasing their cost of production.

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