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**Sauce Making Machine Operator Duties & Description**:
Sauce production operators process, produce and manufacture sauces made from fruits, vegetables, oils, and vinegars. They operate machinery and equipment for activities such as mixing, pasteurizing and packaging sauces.

The duties of a sauce production operator include, but are not limited to:

- cooking and mixing sauces, marinades, and dressings in large volume kettles.
- working according to with established quality requirements.
- checking all weighed products and production receipts.
- testing products for correctness.
- cleaning the working place according to the rules.
- reporting to the production manager.
• *Working conditions**:
Sauce production operators must be physically fit, as they spend most of their time standing, and have to lift loads of up to 50 pounds (22.5 kilograms).

Sauce production operators usually work in shifts, including during weekends and public holidays.
• *Minimum qualifications**:
No formal... educational credential is generally required to work as a sauce production operator.
• *Optional knowledge**:
This knowledge is sometimes, but not always, required for the role of sauce production operator. However, mastering this knowledge allows you to have more opportunities for career development.
• *Blanching machine process**:Machines which heat food with steam or water in order to kill bacteria, preserve color and remove trapped air.
• *Types of condiments**:The wide range of spices or condiments from aromatic or pungent vegetable substances that are used to flavor food such as cloves, pepper, and cumin.
• *Condiment manufacturing processes**:The manufacturing processes and technologies for producing condiments, spices, and seasonings. The techniques to produce products such as mayonnaise, vinegars, and cooking herbs.
• *Food storage**:The proper conditions and methods to store food to keep it from spoiling, considering humidity, light, temperature, and other environmental factors.
• *Food preservation**:Deterioration factors, controlling factors (temperature, additives, humidity, pH, water activity, etc., including packaging) and food processing methods to preserve food products.
• *Processes of foods and beverages manufacturing**:Raw materials and production processes for getting finished food products. Importance of quality control and other techniques for the food and beverage industry
Singapore

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