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The Secret Ingredient

Nowadays, our busy lives mean we grab much of our food and drink on the go. Yet we still expect the best in terms of quality. Luckily, Linde is there at every step of the way to ensure that what we consume stays fresh and delicious.

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Linde plays a part in that first cup of rich, roasted goodness! Coffee is sensitive to oxidation which compromises flavour. Modified Atmosphere Packaging (MAP) ensures freshness is sealed into your coffee – be it ground, beans or pods - by combining the correct gas mixture, film and packaging equipment.

More about MAPAX®
MAPAX® brochure
7:30 Wakey wakey,
rise and shine...

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Linde helps make that morning bakery treat taste so divine!
The final quality of baked goods relies on accurate and even dough temperatures in the baking process. The Linde dry ingredient chilling system cools flour using just the right amount of cryogenic gas, ensuring the same great quality in each batch.

Dry Ingredient Chilling System
Whitepaper
MAPAX® brochure
10:00 Satisfy your sweet tooth...

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Linde preserves and enhances the quality of those spices that make your lunch so luscious! Cryogenic spice grinding involves adding nitrogen (or carbon dioxide) to a grinding mill to freeze the spices and make them brittle. This ensures that spices can be ground without loss of volatile oils and flavours.

Cryogrinding
12:30 Lunch time! Let’s spice it up...

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When you’re way up there in the air on that business flight, it’s Linde who is keeping your snacks fresh. Dry ice – carbon dioxide in its solid state – is a tasteless, odourless coolant.
It can be compressed into packages which make it perfect for in-flight catering where power supply and mechanical cooling are out of the question.

Dry ice or ICEBITZZZ™
15:30 Business flight snack
keeps you ticking over...

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Linde plays a part in those low effort, “dinner on the sofa” sort of nights. Preserving the texture and taste of the real thing in a deep frozen pizza is achieved through cryogenic freezing solutions which use carbon dioxide or nitrogen gas. Quick freezing pizza locks the goodness inside the crust and toppings.

Cryogenic freezing
19:30 Finally home. It’s pizza
on the sofa time...

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The perfect pour is brought to you by Linde! Beer gas is a special mixture of nitrogen and carbon dioxide designed to make the bubbles in the beer just right. The reduced CO2 content of the gas mix maintains the correct carbonation level while the nitrogen pushes the beer from keg to tap and into your glass!

Beverage gases and Sureserve
Sureserve brochure (PDF)
21:00 A well-deserved
after work beer...
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