Signal-Pack develops new dumpling making equipment
The new equipment, made of stainless steel and other food industry approved materials, is simple to install and maintain, and utilizes "handmade" technology, MarchmontNews.com reports.
The machine uses the same work principles as people do with dough and a rolling pin, and allows for the use of 100 percent natural meat and soft flour, making thin and tender dough.
Sverdlovsk Region Infrastructure Hub, which is supporting the project, said that other foreign dumpling machines, which use extrusion, make tough dough and are unable to employ 100 percent natural meat, creating a lower quality product.
The new equipment has been developed to order from as-yet-unnamed dumpling producers in Chelyabinsk, according to MarchmontNews.com.
Signal-Pack currently supplies equipment to eight local food factories, and another 200 machines are shipped to other Russian regions, including Kazakhstan and Ukraine.
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