Sweet Life Clasen Bright White Melting Wafers 25lbs
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Clasen Bright White Melting Wafers 25lbs
- Net Weight: 25 lbs
Clasen Bright White Chocolate Wafers are a premium chocolate wafers beloved by confectioners everywhere for their superior flavor, smooth consistency, and ease of use. They’re great on their own as a snack, but can be easily worked into a recipe for enrobing, molding, and dipping, along with other uses.
Clasen bright white chocolate wafers are easy to use, requiring no tempering when melting or molding, freeing you from the trouble of using other white chocolates that could seize or bloom. With candy coatings like these, adding a bright white coating to your chocolate treats will be easier than it’s ever been!
Storage and Handling
Store in a cool, dry environment that is free of odors. It is recommended that all customers use a storage facility with a temperature of 55-65F and less than 50% humidity for both ingredients and finished products. Any moisture, including free or atmospheric, will have a significant impact on the flow property of the coating and must be avoided. If a thinner coating is desired, paramount crystals may be added. If adding flavors or colors, use a concentrated flavor or oil-based flavor.
Melting and Cooling
Chocolate may melt in shipping if ordering during warmer temperatures. If it melts during shipping, it can be remelted.
Confectionery coatings should be melted with indirect heat, continuous agitation, and under controlled conditions.
To achieve maximum efficiency and gloss, confectionery coating should be melted to approximately 120F and then maintained at a temperature 5-10 degrees above the melt point of the coating. This is necessary to ensure all fat crystals are completely mixed.
It is critical to not overheat confectionery coatings since burning of the sugar may occur creating off flavors and thickening the product.
A browning reaction may also occur when maintaining a melted temperature over a long period of time, most notably in white coatings, due to reducing sugar and protein interactions.
Once applied, the coating should be exposed to forced cold air (40-45F or cooler, depending on the amount of coating to be cooled) until the coating is completely set. In a cooling tunnel, it is recommended that the entrance and exit of the tunnel be about 50-55F and the middle of the tunnel be 40-45F.
Sugar- Vegetable Oil (Palm Kernel Oil and Hydrogenated Palm Kernel Oil). Whey Powder, Whole Milk Solids, Artificial Color (Titanium Dioxide), Nonfat Dry Milk Solids, Soy Lecithin (an emulsified, Sail, and Artificial Flavor.
Formulated with pair kernel oil compliant to RSPO's mass balance supply chain model.
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Maximum total ave content: 9,520 pm Titanium Dioxide.