Article | April 23, 2024

How To Obtain Accurate Weight Measurement In Cheese Products

By Kimberly Durkot

GettyImages-1497186874 Variety of cheese in supermarket dairy aisle

Industrial cheese production relies on precise weighing accuracy to protect the profitability of both manufacturers and customers due to the high cost per unit. The process involves pasteurization, processing, weighing, and labeling before shipping. Traditionally, this weighing process was done manually, but now inline checkweighers are commonly used to save time and labor costs. These checkweighers weigh each individual cheese product directly on the production line. While the industrial cheese market does not require a controlled weight range, accurate measuring and labeling are still required for invoicing purposes. Underweight or overweight products can lead to customer dissatisfaction and harm a brand's reputation. Continue reading to learn more about how to obtain accurate weight measurements.

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