Homogenizers are a type of equipment that is often used in the food industry. They serve to mix two or more mediums of different densities, at least one of which is liquid or paste-like, until they reach a homogeneous state. They are used for working with milk, cream, cheese, oils, fruit and vegetable purees, and juices with pulp, as well as for producing mayonnaise, sauces, pâtés, and baby food. They let you obtain a final product that is softer and more consistent, as well as allowing you to reduce the use of flavoring agents and stabilizers.

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