How to measure color of Chocolate baking chips

Color is a vital component of chocolate baking chips that determines perception of the overall #quality. With the ever-growing demand for good-quality chocolate products, color measurement is a priority for producers.

HunterLab provides the industry’s best color measurement solutions to give chocolate baking chip manufacturers quantitative standardization values to evaluate quality repeatedly and reduce wastage accurately. 

Chocolate baking chips come from various sources, and even the slightest color variation can reflect on the quality of the product. That is why color control in the processing and development stages is crucial to the overall outcome. HunterLab #spectrophotometers help improve the visual appeal of chocolate baking chips.

HunterLab Aeros is the ONLY smart non-contact spectrophotometer in the world. Its unique auto-height positioning enables color measurement of non-homogenous materials with better accuracy and safety.

HunterLab spectrophotometer, ColorFlexEZ, uses annular forty-five-degree illumination and zero-degree viewing geometry and a 1-inch sample viewing area to accurately and consistently measure chocolate baking chips. This geometry replicates the human visual response, measuring color the way the eye sees color.  

You need an easy-to-use, reliable color measurement instrument to provide early warning signals, ensuring your quality control processes work seamlessly. HunterLab spectrophotometers help reduce wasted end products and improve your top-line revenue.   

Quality is paramount to gaining market share. You want to give your customers the best you have to offer. Baking chips are used to produce many other products and need to undergo stringent quality control processes. HunterLab spectrophotometers provide precise measurements within 5 seconds and occupy minimal bench space.