Donuts and Debris “Donut” Mix

Donuts and Debris “Donut” Mix

Donuts are everywhere and something Americans have a hard time resisting. Let’s face it, donuts are delicious. A sweet treat that comes in different varieties from glazed, iced, jelly or custard filled and the toppings are endless and getting more creative each day.  What goes into this delicious ring of fried dough? Have you ever had a truly terrible doughnut? If you have, there is a good chance it’s due to the foodservice establishment’s oil filtration process. 

When frying yeast or cake donuts, having clean frying oil is an important factor. By not properly filtering frying oil, sediment build up can occur causing the machine to be cleaned more often and replace frying oil each time it is cleaned. This slows down donut production and takes time for maintenance needs rather than making donuts in that time period. Producing a large volume of donuts comes with large amounts of debris and sediment in frying oil. This leads to faster degradation of frying oil and in return produces inconsistent food quality.

By incorporating Filtercorp’s SuperSorb® CarbonPads into your donut frying operation, you can extend the life of your frying oil. SuperSorb® CarbonPads remove debris and build-up that could compromise the quality of your donuts. Removing particles and debris means fewer change outs which means producing more donuts, increasing the life of the oil, and producing donuts with more consistent quality. The Filtercorp SuperSorb® CarbonPads not only filter the oil to a very fine level, but also actively treat the oil absorbing non-oil components that lead to accelerated oil degradation.

Filtercorp’s proven results make the impact needed to better you frying oil filtration needs, whether it’s perfecting the donut making process or delivering the best tasting fresh cut potatoes. We help to make sure you are producing consistent food quality while extending the life of frying oil. At Filtercorp, “filtration is what we do, and people are why we do it.” Contact Filtercorp today to learn more about our SuperSorb® CarbonPads today or visit our website at https://filtercorp.com/

By | 2019-09-26T13:25:48+00:00 September 26th, 2019|Categories: CarbonPads, Fry Oil Tips, Frying Oil, SuperSorb Carbon Pads|0 Comments

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