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How to Fill Yogurt in Cup and Seal It

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Filling yogurt cups and sealing them can be done in several ways, depending on the scale of production and equipment available. Here's a basic guide:

Equipment Needed:

  1. Yogurt Filling Machine: This could be a manual or automated machine designed specifically for filling yogurt into cups. It typically consists of a hopper for the yogurt, a filling nozzle, and a conveyor belt or turntable to move the cups along the filling process.

  2. Yogurt Cups: These could be pre-made plastic cups or containers specifically designed for yogurt packaging.

  3. Sealing Machine: Depending on the type of seal you want (e.g., foil, plastic film), you'll need a sealing machine appropriate for your packaging material.

  4. Yogurt cup filling and sealing machine: suitable for some big production capacity


  1. Prepare the Yogurt Mixture: Ensure that your yogurt mixture is thoroughly mixed and at the right consistency for filling.

  2. Prepare Cups: Ensure your cups are clean and sterile. They should also be positioned correctly for filling.

  3. Filling:

    • If using a manual filling machine, place the cups under the filling nozzle and fill them one by one, ensuring consistent portion sizes.

    • If using an automated machine, set it up according to the manufacturer's instructions. Usually, you'll pour the yogurt mixture into the machine's hopper, and it will automatically fill the cups as they move along the conveyor belt or turntable.

  4. Sealing: Once the cups are filled, they need to be sealed to ensure freshness and prevent leakage. The sealing method depends on your packaging material:

    • For plastic cups, you might use a heat-sealing machine that applies heat to a plastic film covering the cup, creating a tight seal.

    • For foil-sealed cups, you would typically use a machine that applies pressure to affix the foil seal onto the cup rim.

  5. Labeling and Packaging: After sealing, you may want to label the cups with information such as expiration date, flavor, or nutritional information. Then, package the cups into boxes or cartons for distribution.


  • Maintain Hygiene: Ensure that all equipment and surfaces are properly sanitized to prevent contamination.

  • Consistency: Aim for consistent filling and sealing to maintain product quality.

  • Quality Control: Regularly check filled cups for proper sealing and portion sizes to ensure quality standards are met.

  • Efficiency: Streamline the process as much as possible to increase productivity and reduce waste.

If you're producing yogurt on a larger scale, it might be worth investing in specialized equipment and consulting with experts in food packaging and production for optimal results.