As mentioned in the previous blog post, in cheese production, one should always pay attention to the optimization of the yield. Therefore, the aim is to make the best possible use of milk, without wasting it during the various stages of the process. In optimizing the yield, equipment selections play a significant role.
The yield is the most critical indicator of cheese production. The yield tells how many litres of milk does it take to make one kilogram of cheese and is therefore directly related to the profitability of cheese production.
Cheese production process consists of many different phases. For instance, high-quality raw material is needed, the equipment must be hygienic and working properly, and the cheese production line must operate efficiently.
In our previous blog, we explained how automation is currently changing the practices of cheesemaking. However, automation is only one step in the journey towards cheese making controlled comprehensively through the cloud.
Automation is a typical feature in nearly all modern-day production. Automation can increase production efficiency and improve consistency in end product quality. Having fewer manual labour tasks also results in fewer human errors. This same production process development also applies to the cheesemaking industry.
In recent years, we have visited many cheese industry fairs, and one thing seems clear: cheese making is experiencing a revolution. On one hand, technological developments open up new opportunities, while on the other, consumer demands are having an increasing effect on how cheese dairies operate.