How Krispy Kreme Uses NIR To Add Speed and Reliability to Quality Control at the Production LineVideo
Mr. Robert Paxton, Mix Plant Manager at Krispy Kreme Dougnuts discusses how NIRMaster and NIR-Online contribute to fast quality control of incoming goods by providing reliable measurements of important parameters, such as moisture, protein and fat.
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