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Mixers

Deciding between a spiral or a planetary mixer is dependent on the menu, volume and application.

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Foodservice operators use standard commercial mixers for a range of applications: producing dough, whipping icing and whipped cream, and making compound butters and salad dressings, among other prep tasks.

The type of mixer that’s best for an operation is mainly dependent on the menu, volume and application. These factors will determine whether a countertop or floor model is best as well as the necessary capacity.

More in-house preparation means more prominence for mixers

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