How Ferrero Rocher Provides you the best quality chocolates?
We all are in love with the Ferrero Rocher chocolates, aren’t we? The crackling sound of hazelnuts, wafers and the smoothness of the chocolate makes us drool in the creamy world. As delicious as it is do you know how Ferrero Rocher chocolates are made? Here is how.
- One of the most famous and best chocolates in the world the Ferrero Rocher is produced using wheat flour, milk chocolate, hazelnut, sugar, cocoa butter, skimmed milk powder, butter oil etc.
- The whole chocolate is produced by machinery and starts with the wafers in the shape of hemispheres.
- Filled separately in two wafers with Nutella and hazelnut, these are clamped together.
- The excess of water is cut thus produced chocolate balls. These balls are then dipped in a layer of chocolate.
- The final product is garnished again with hazelnut pieces and a final layer of chocolate.
These ingredients are produced by a proportionate mixture of various raw materials including water. The water used in this process requires a particular profile which is safe for consumption. The Ferrero Rocher factories hold large water container and water purification units provided by the Ampac USA to ensure the standards of water produced. Like every other company and industry which needs water for its manufacturing needs, even Ferrero Rocher uses Reverse Osmosis water purification units to achieve water of the required standards. These industrial grade machines and units are capable of producing thousands of gallons of water per day to meet the manufacturing needs. These systems are free of unnecessary chemicals and ensure healthy and safe consumable water for the ingredients. This water is also used for sterilizing equipment used for the manufacturing or storing ingredients. This helps the industry also maintain hygienic conditions and provide a safe environment to produce a consumable product.