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... coming! It was a lovely end to a brilliant placement.
I have had a great time at De Matteis and have certainly learnt a lot! I'm surprised to say that I'm not fed up of pasta as I thought I would be. I am very grateful for everyone at De Matteis for putting their time and effort into helping me over the past 4 weeks, and would like to thank Guiditta at De Matteis and Emma at Daybreak Foods for organising my time there. I would also especially like to thank Vincenza ...
... Matteis buy the wheat all year round from the collectors when they need it, and so the collectors must ensure the wheat quality is maintained over this time. Francesco receives samples when the wheat is harvested which is then analysed for parameters including protein content, so he can begin contracts with suppliers for those that are of suitable quality. Each contract states how much wheat they will buy and at what price. This price can vary throughout the year ...
... Organic grain and non-organic grain have to be milled separately with a big clean in between to ensure no cross-contamination occurs. Usually the plan allows for all organic milling and pasta making to be done together to minimise the need for extra cleaning and therefore ensure efficient production time (this is also the case for egg use in pasta production).
Further tests are carried out on the semolina such as on its gluten, ash and water content, the ...
Italy has more public holidays than England, 13 compared to 8!!! My trip has coincided with Tutti i Santi (all saints day) and so Thursday is a day off, and the company has decided Friday will be too!
This morning I went over the HACCP (Hazard analysis and critical control points) plan with Giuditta. She improved the plan dramatically upon joining the company earlier this year and it is now a very effective system. Food suppliers must have a ...
... over the coming 1-2 years so that they can aim to pay the best possible price for it. Francesco studies the wheat futures index but it is impossible to forecast exactly what is going to happen in December 2013!
There is an audit taking place tomorrow with an Italian customer so we spent some time this morning looking around production to ensure everything is up to scratch. They have so many audits and visitors here that ...