Many of us like sausages but just a few know how they are made. Now it’s time to find out!
We are at a sausage production factory. Here, they distribute special coats and caps among visiters to put them on.
The production manager. He’s going to show the production process.
Visitors must go through a super up-to-date disinfection system.
For the turnslite to open, one has to wash his/her hands with liquid soap from the soap machine.
Here your hands get sprinkled with some disinfectant.
Here they check meat.
They also check produce made by each shift to find out if they can put it into the market.
Workers have to separate meat from bones.
This worker has a chain mail on because he is the one who cuts carcasses and it’s dangerous because he may accidentally cut himself .
This machine separates veins from the meat which it makes mincemeat of.
Many people wonder why sausages are cheaper than meat. Here’s the answer: it’s ice. No sausage can be made without ice which also lowers its price.
Mixed mincemeat is delivered to a packing department…
Where from the cone it gets stuffed into veins. This is the way they make sausages.
These machines revolve kneading the meat inside.
A smokehouse or a heat chamber.
Shrink-pack is shrinking in the shrink oven.
Finished product. Temperature: from 0 to +6 degrees Celsius.
In the semi-finished product department. Surprisingly, but pancakes are made by hand.
They add real eggs in their pizzas.
With this thing, they make cuts in them.
Each maker makes up to 40 kg of stuffed products per day on the average.
Stuffed cabbage rolls and peppers.
Location: The Samara Region