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How Mayonnaise is Made in Factories | How it’s Made

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How Mayonnaise is Made in Factories | How it’s Made

October 1, 2023

  An overview of how mayonnaise is made in factories in a formal and informative manner.

Mayonnaise Production Process in Factories

Mayonnaise is a popular condiment enjoyed worldwide, known for its creamy texture and rich flavor. In factories, mayonnaise is mass-produced following a carefully controlled process. Here's an overview: 1. Ingredient Selection and Preparation:
  • The primary ingredients for mayonnaise production include eggs, vegetable oil, vinegar or lemon juice, salt, and optional flavorings like mustard or spices.
  • Eggs are typically broken, and both the yolks and whites are separated.
  • High-quality vegetable oil is used, often soybean or canola oil.
2. Mixing:
  • The egg yolks, vinegar or lemon juice, salt, and optional ingredients are mixed in large stainless steel mixing tanks.
  • This initial mixture is often referred to as the "aqueous phase."
3. Emulsification:
  • Emulsification is a critical step in mayonnaise production.
  • While continuously mixing, a slow and controlled stream of vegetable oil is added to the aqueous phase.
  • This gradual addition of oil and thorough mixing creates an emulsion, resulting in the characteristic creamy texture of mayonnaise.
4. Homogenization:
  • The emulsified mixture is passed through a homogenizer, which further refines the texture and ensures uniform distribution of oil droplets.
  • This step helps prevent the separation of oil and water in the final product.
5. Pasteurization:
  • To ensure product safety and extend shelf life, the mayonnaise mixture is pasteurized by heating it to a specific temperature for a set period.
  • Pasteurization eliminates harmful microorganisms while preserving the product's quality.
6. Cooling:
  • After pasteurization, the mayonnaise is rapidly cooled to a safe temperature for packaging.
7. Packaging:
  • The finished mayonnaise is pumped into containers, which can vary in size and type, including jars, bottles, or squeeze tubes.
  • Containers are sealed to maintain freshness and prevent contamination.
8. Quality Control:
  • Quality control checks are performed, including taste tests, texture assessments, and microbiological analysis to ensure product safety and consistency.
9. Labeling and Packaging:
  • Labels with essential product information, branding, and expiration dates are applied to the containers.
10. Distribution:
  • The packaged mayonnaise is ready for distribution to retailers, wholesalers, and consumers through established supply chains.


Mayonnaise production in factories follows a precise and controlled process to produce a high-quality product that meets both taste and safety standards. The careful selection of ingredients, emulsification, pasteurization, and quality control measures contribute to the production of this widely loved condiment.   Video Duration: 00:08:26  

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