Automated breaders replace labor-intensive hand-breading and result in consistent product.


By preparing breaded items from scratch operators may save money and have greater control of ingredients and flavor options.

Service Agent Q&A: Scott Marshall, training manager and senior technician, AR Repairs Baker’s Kneads Inc., Center Line, Mich.

Breaders are a good option for higher-volume operations that want more breading control and higher-efficiency production. There are a number of food applications for these units, including chicken, onion rings or blossoms, and vegetables that are battered, breaded and fried.