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CMM visits Royal Sweets



CMM visits Royal Sweets



Confectionery Manufacture and Marketing 22(3): 27-28



The manufacture of Indian sweets by Royal Sweets of Southall (UK) is described from a historical and modern viewpoint. The factory models production on traditional methods (boiling milk for a long time until thick and using this as a base), with the aid of equipment including an Octator heat exchanger, usually found in the oil industry, which can heat milk rapidly to high temp. without burning protein. With this 'condensed' milk as a base resulting confections are like spongy fudge.

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