Collection: SHAKERS

Our range of shakers are designed with easy-to-use mechanisms and sleek designs to add a dash of flavor and style to your kitchen and dining table.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What types of shakers are available for commercial baking purposes?

    • At Baker's Authority, we offer a wide range of shakers suitable for commercial baking needs. Each shaker is designed to optimize consistency and improve the quality of your baked products.
  • Are the shakers suitable for high-volume baking operations?

    • Absolutely. Our shakers are designed to withstand the demands of high-volume commercial baking. They are durable, easy to refill, and efficient in dispensing contents uniformly.
  • How do I choose the right shaker for my specific baking needs?

    • Consider the ingredient you'll be shaking most frequently. For finer ingredients like flour or powdered sugar, sifters or fine mesh shakers are recommended. For larger grains or spices, choose a shaker with larger holes or adjustable settings.
  • Are the shakers easy to clean and maintain?

    • Yes, our shakers are made with commercial bakers in mind. They are designed for easy disassembly and can be cleaned quickly to maintain hygiene standards. Many models are dishwasher safe, but always check product specifications for cleaning instructions.
  • Can I order shakers in bulk for my bakery chain?

    • Of course! We understand the needs of bakery chains and offer bulk purchasing options with special discounts. Please contact our sales team for more details on bulk orders.
  • Are there any shakers designed to prevent moisture from entering?

    • Yes, we offer shakers with tight-sealing lids to keep contents dry and free from moisture. These are especially useful in humid environments or when storing ingredients that can clump when exposed to moisture.
  • Can the shakers handle both hot and cold temperatures?

    • Most of our shakers are made of materials that can endure varying temperatures. However, it's important to check the specific temperature range for each product, especially if you plan to use them with hot ingredients.