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All of these ingredients are cooked in large kettles. The mixture is heated to 135°C. After the boiling process, the liquid volume is transported through pipes to liquorice pouring machines. Flat containers with pouring powder and some starch are put into these machines because this absorbs the liquid easier and prevents lumping.

Forms are pressed into this powder with stamps that are made of plaster. The liquid liquorice is poured into these forms. The trays with liquid licorice are then automatically stacked by this machine and brought into drying rooms. It is there that the trays are dried for 36 to 48 hours at a temperature of up to 70 degrees °C.

After this process, the dried liquorice will then be transported again by the same machine. The machine turns the trays around so that the powder and liquorice fall out of the containers. The pouring powder is then purified and used again. The liquorice is brushed clean in the machine and transported to gloss drums where they are supplied with a layer of vegetable oil to create nice, shining candies.

Additionally, the liquorice is collected in plastic trays and brought to the packaging machines where they are wrapped in different kinds of packages.

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