Torbed Introduces Snack Processing Procedure to NorthAmerica

October 21, 2002

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Torbed Introduces Snack Processing Procedure to NorthAmerica


Torbed Introduces Snack Processing Procedure to NorthAmerica

BERKSHIRE, England--Torbed Services is introducing its Torbedprocessor to North America as a new method for drying, roasting, toasting,puffing and heating food. The Torbed processor uses high velocity hot air tocook the food product, rather than the traditional deep fat frying method.Eliminating oil from the cooking process is ideal for manufacturers of low-fatsnack food, according to the company (www.torbedservices.co.uk)."Torbed processors allow extruded snack pellets to be 'puffed' in themachines at higher temperatures than conventional frying equipment, therebyproviding a similar taste and mouth feel while dramatically reducing the fatcontent," said Paul Gamble, director of Torbed Services. "Productsstay crisper longer, maintain their flavor and appeal, and answer theever-growing demand for healthy, low-fat snack foods."

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