Hey all After getting a lot of requests from folks on this forum for stock gummy recipes that were more accessible than full custom product dev, I sat down with our formulations scientist and fleshed out 2 excellent stock gummy recipes/SOPs (1 gelatin, 1 vegan).
These are detailed, step by step instructions from compounding to cooking to pouring to curing, that provide (almost) anyone the ability to create high quality, shelf stable gummies. We also include supplier lists and recommendations on everything from refractometers to kettles to molds (hint: latter one being ours). That means significantly more scalable, shelf stable, and all around higher quality gummies than the DIY recipes you’ll find online at only a fraction of the cost of custom formulation.
@El_Z@anon1342 notice the amount of water I use in my recipe, the one I posted in that thread? It’s 2X the amount found in other recipes found on this forum…potassium sorbate will get you to 8 months without a coating even if the water content is high= LUSH Gummies that can be chewed with your tung. Trick is dont make more than you sell in a month.
If I made and sold 1000s of bages a day… I I’d check out the recipe @darkcitymolds is offering , after testing his results first. Damn sure not over the net!
What do you mean by coating? I switch between potassium sorbate and not potassium sorbate depending on who they are for and how long I think they will last. Potassium sorbate works wonders but is there a different way to preserve?
Shit I left a batch of open gummies in my old ass basement for like a year by accident and they formed no mold or anything whatsoever.
Well it looks like you want get it from this dude.
Use the search function or the links in the above post…99% of everything you need to know. …I still need TEXAS molds…I payed <$2 per 50 piece mold…its hard to justify the cost of $2k disigne and 150ish molds @ 160 bucks each…talk me into it …so I can relay it to my wife