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#1 Konesh Arunasalam

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Posted 08 October 2014 - 05:26 PM

Hi,

 I am trying to establish the bake off schedule. Every batch, we product we retain samples for 3 months in the freezer until the product expires. Daily we make 40 batches of product daily. I like to come up with sampling plan, which would eliminate baking off  every single batch. We are baking every day 40 batches of sample by a full time employee. Here and there, we catches batches where product is not performed to the spec upon bake off test. How do I develop my sampling plan?

 

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Posted 09 October 2014 - 01:27 AM

Hi,

 I am trying to establish the bake off schedule. Every batch, we product we retain samples for 3 months in the freezer until the product expires. Daily we make 40 batches of product daily. I like to come up with sampling plan, which would eliminate baking off  every single batch. We are baking every day 40 batches of sample by a full time employee. Here and there, we catches batches where product is not performed to the spec upon bake off test. How do I develop my sampling plan?

 

Thanks

Konesh

 

Hi Konesh,

 

My first questions would be:

What do you do when you find that the product hasn't performed in a bake off test?

How often does this happen?

 

Regards,

 

Tony


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