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  • Bean Processing Plants

    Both in the past and today, dry and ripe beans are a staple food. Beans are processed in many ways, be it as hulled product, flakes or meal. In most kitchens they are used as a soup or stew ingredient.

  • Lentil processing plants

    Since the beginning of the cultivation of useful plants, the lentil has been one of the main useful plants and was cultivated as early as 6000 BC in countries such as Bulgaria, Greece or Egypt.

  • Pea Processing Plants

    SCHULE Mühlenbau, specialised for more than 100 years in husking, is very familiar with cleaning, hulling and refining of peas.

  • Soybean Shelling Plants

    Due to its very high content of protein, soya is used both in human nutrition and in animal feed. The rising demand for meat substitute products also contributes to that the wide variety of products in this segment often is covered by soybeans.

  • Processing Plants for Spelt, Wheat, Barley and Rye

    Wheat, rye, barley and spelt - various grain varieties are part of the daily diet for many people. The constantly increasing variety of products is virtually unlimited and always places new demands on the processing equipment.