What are WOM and WOT? These are indicators familiar to any dietitian and anyone who has worked in a diet catering kitchen. These indicators determine the weight after mechanical processing (such as peeling an apple) and thermal processing (such as baking an apple).
On each ingredient and recipe, you can specify the WOM and WOT factor. This allows you to accurately plan your purchases with the right surplus so that the right amount of the ingredient after mechanical or thermal processing goes into the box.
WOT and PTO on the component
Include indicators in the report for the kitchen
Include indicators in the shopping list
Overriding WOT and WOM on an ingredient in a recipe
Include in the report for the packaging plant
Accounting for losses in reporting
Ability to determine the loss or gain of weight
a safe solution