Hello Bromos, I am developing nutritional powder that can be mixed with water or milk as like Bournvita, complan etc.
In the mix, I have to add artificial sweetener in mgs. Which method I have to follow so that individual product contains noted amount of sweetener when prepared in bulk?
It would be easy in liquid beverages. Everything gets dissolved properly. How about proper mixing of ingredients in powders?
Please help me.
Thank you in advance
You need to mix the properly dosed microingredients with 5 to 10 parts of the largest ingredient like sugar or other carbohydrate in the formula. Once its intimately blended, you blend it with remaining ingredients to form the final blend .
Others do it in three stages ,where the second stage is to blend the blended microingredients with part of bulk ingredient intimately, then finally blending with the remainder of the bulk ingredients for the final dry mix.
Thank you so much for your information
And also, Any technique or instruments are used for the same?
If you truly understand my statement, you xan easily adapt and improvise on any equipment available to you.
Thank you for your responses:relaxed:
With this type of machine you can uniformly mix the minute ingredients with either maltodextrine, dextrose or sugar as the case maybe.
A similar mixer like Stephan VCM does the same homogenous mixing…
Thats what I use in the lab often to do pilot scale homogeneous mixing All dry mix, fat or oil containing mixes, lumpy mixes …etc…