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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Deliveries being prepared in 25-kilogram bags... In Indonesia, Interflour is the second largest miller and can produce up to 700,000 tonnes of flour a year at its Eastern Pearl Flour Mills, based in Makassar, the capital of the state of South Sulawesi... While many products, such as sugar, are still loaded into boats from hand-drawn carts at the port, Interflour loads its boats directly from trucks...
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
Dough improvers are also used in proficiency testing of flours when varieties of wheat are evaluated for bread making functionalities... The study was conducted to determine the effects of improvers on a range of flours... Results showed that baking qualities of flours were functions of the improver plus the qualities of the dough liquor...
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Laboratory puts our grain through the mill.. GrainCorp's Queensland quality services manager Eric Williamson in the Toowoomba laboratory... GrainCorp's Queensland quality services manager Eric Williamson explains that the testing equipment provides all the quality data on wheat and flour required by customers, which include 15 high volume export clients, such as Cargill and Viterra, and several smaller domestic businesses...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Over the past six years, Mingenew-based Irwin Valley Pty Ltd has built up relationships with food manufacturers in Australia, the US, New Zealand, Lebanon, Egypt, Dubai, Malaysia and India to lift demand for lupins... Once a grain supply is sourced, it is either sold as seed for 'sprouting', sent for de-hulling at a nearby farm and then sold as kernel 'splits', or de-hulled and delivered to Mr Yewers, who mills the splits into lupin flour before packaging it for sale direct to consumers, retail outlets and food manufacturers... The lupins were de-hulled and time was spent refining the mill set-up to create a fine-micron, high-quality flour...
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
There is an immediate need for the industry to explore an appropriate mechanism to facilitate the greater adoption of on-farm quality assurance systems among Australian grain growers... In many instances, products are replaced on the retail shelves on a daily basis, with unsold products being frozen or reprocessed for the institutional market; (7) there is little recognition of the need or benefit from flours derived from wheat that has been grown in a sustainable manner... A link to more recent research is provided below: http://www.csiro.au/Organisation-Structure/Flagships/Food-Futures-Flagship/Grain-Food-Innovation-Centre.aspx..
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
There is little recognition of the need or benefit from flours derived from wheat that have been grown in a sustainable manner... Quality is generally assessed by taste, texture and colour... There is an immediate need for industry to explore an appropriate mechanism to facilitate the greater adoption of on-farm quality assurance systems among Australian grain growers...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (West)
" Enhancing the functionality of Australian wheat and flours derived from Australian wheat in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.. The bread market in South East Asia is rapidly expanding as a result of greater westernisation, increasing personal disposable income, convenience, the increasing assortment and greater range of products available, and the perception that bread is a healthy product... There is little recognition of the need or benefit from flours derived from wheat that have been grown in a sustainable manner...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Ground Cover writer Catherine Norwood looks at the changing wheat market in Malaysia as part of her series investigating South-East Asia's emergence as a dominant grains market.. Mr Nau says Prestasi works closely with customers to produce flours that meet their specific needs and now has more than 60 standard products... Flour is the one constant in baking; sugar, fats and eggs are the variables, which change to produce different quality, shaped and textured breads and buns...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Ground Cover writer Catherine Norwood looks at the changing wheat market in Malaysia as part of her series investigating South-East Asia's emergence as a dominant grains market.. Mr Nau says Prestasi works closely with customers to produce flours that meet their specific needs and now has more than 60 standard products... Flour is the one constant in baking; sugar, fats and eggs are the variables, which change to produce different quality, shaped and textured breads and buns...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Poor supply fails niche opportunity.. Sue Moors knows what her customers want in their bread: high quality organic ingredients that provide a satisfying meal and, most importantly, taste... I know we"ve had the drought in Australia and a lot of farmers have been in awful situations with failed crops, but I just couldn"t find a consistent local supply of organic flour," Mrs Moors says...
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