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Cereals (Muesli)

Cereals are staple food crops cultivated for their edible grains, rich in carbohydrates, fiber, and essential nutrients. Wheat, rice, corn, oats, and barley are common cereals consumed worldwide. Cereal production involves planting, nurturing, harvesting, and processing these grains to make various food products. From breakfast cereals and bread to pasta and snacks, cereals offer versatility in culinary applications. Advanced milling and processing methods ensure the production of high-quality grain-based products. They contribute to a balanced diet and support human health.

Which equipment do you need to make good quality cereals?

Discharging, conveying, weighing and feeding system for food process

Mixers for cereals (muesli) production

Cereals Packaging

Sterilizer and dryer for cereals production

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How to pick the best cereals for breakfast?

How to pick the best cereals for breakfast?

-Whole grains cereals are best.

Make sure that the first ingredient in the cereal you buy is a whole grain.

Heart disease, diabetes, and some types of cancer are less likely to happen if you eat whole grains. They can also help you keep your weight at a healthy level.


-Check the portion size

Check the Nutrition Facts table to see how much of that cereal is one serving. Check the serving size because it could be much smaller than you think.


-Look for cereals with a lot of fibre.

Fiber is not found in all whole grains. Choose a cereal with lots of fibre that has at least 4 grammes of fibre per serving.

Fiber keeps our digestive system healthy, lowers blood cholesterol, helps people with diabetes control their blood sugar, and can prevent some types of cancer.

-Reduce your sugar intake.

If you can, choose cereals that don't have any added sugar. You can add your own sugar to the cereal.

If your cereal is sweetened, look at the labels and choose the ones with the least amount of sugar.


-Choose the cereals with less fat.

Look for cereals that have no added fat or less than 3 grammes of fat per serving. Most of the time, granola-style cereals with nuts will have more fat than plain cereals.


-Cut back on salt.

Look for cereal that has less than 360 mg of sodium per serving.

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