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Donald L Tymchuck, Nelson J Beall, Noel Davis, William M Dreier: Package for perishable produce. General Mills, Gene O Enockson, L MeRoy Lillehaugen, February 26, 1980: US04189868 (251 worldwide citation)

A package combination for storing and preserving a living plant such as lettuce. A bag, formed of a plastic material, is inflated with a gaseous medium. A living plant having an absorbent block attached to its root system, is placed within the bag in such a manner that the block absorbs moisture whi ...


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William A Brastad: Packaged food item and method for achieving microwave browning thereof. General Mills, Gene O Enockson, L MeRoy Lillehaugen, May 12, 1981: US04267420 (221 worldwide citation)

A food item is wrapped with plastic film or other dielectric substrate having a very thin coating thereon which controls the microwave conductivity when the package is placed within a conventional microwave oven. The plastic film or other substrate and its coating conform to a substantial surface po ...


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William A Brastad, Nelson J Beall: Method and material for prepackaging food to achieve microwave browning. General Mills, Gene O Enockson, L MeRoy Lillehaugen, October 28, 1980: US04230924 (192 worldwide citation)

The food package includes a flexible wrapping sheet of dielectric material, such as polyester or paperboard, capable of conforming to at least a portion of the article of food's shape. The dielectric wrapping sheet has a flexible metallic coating thereon, such as aluminum, in the form of a relativel ...


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Bernhard H van Lengerich: Embedding and encapsulation of controlled release particles. General Mills, Barry I Hollander, John A O&apos Toole, Douglas J Taylor, February 20, 2001: US06190591 (108 worldwide citation)

Controlled release, discrete, solid particles which contain an encapsulated and/or embedded component such as a heat sensitive destruction or readily oxidizable pharnaceutically, biologically, or nutritionally active component are continuously produced without substantial destruction of the matrix o ...


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Barry S Mikulski, Duane L McDonald, Lynn B Deffenbaugh: Package for frozen foods for microwave heating. General Mills, John A O Toole, October 27, 1987: US04703148 (88 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are packaged frozen food articles which are adapted to be heated by microwave. The articles include a frozen food item and a microwave heating package. The packages include a tray and an overwrapped paperboard carton having a microwave shield and having a plurality of windows in the sleeve ...


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Chivers Thomas E: Process for making candy floss. General Mills, January 26, 1971: US3557717 (88 worldwide citation)

Process for making candy floss from a cooked solution slurry or syrup, containing sugar and water, and if desired, other flavoring and/or coloring ingredients. Most of the moisture is removed from the solution by cooking the solution at a high temperature. A pressurized gaseous medium such as air, i ...


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David W Tobelmann, Michael L Troedel, Robert L Esse: Microwave heating package. General Mills, John A O Toole, October 11, 1988: US04777053 (84 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are packaged frozen food articles which are adapted to be heated by microwave. The articles include an overwrapped paperboard carton housing one or more frozen, coated food items. The carton further includes an opposed pair of spaced parallel laminated heating panels. The panels each compr ...


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Jonathan Seaborne, David C Egbert: Package containing a moisture resistant edible internal barrier. General Mills, John A O Toole, October 17, 1989: US04874618 (80 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are two-compartment food packages which includes a first lower compartment housing a first food material, e.g., ice cream, and a second upper compartment housing a second food material, e.g., chocolate sauce with the second material being supported on an edible barrier which also serves to ...


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Holly A Maxwell, Robert L Esse: Dual compartment food package. General Mills, L McRoy Lillehaugen, John A O Toole, Stuart R Peterson, July 25, 1989: US04851246 (80 worldwide citation)

A package for use in a microwave oven is sealed at both of its ends. The package is transversely folded intermediate its ends to form a first compartment in which one food product is contained, such as kernels of corn to be popped, and a second compartment in which is contained a second food product ...


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Duane L McDonald, Lynn H Brown: Metal tray and susceptor combination for use in microwave ovens. General Mills, L MeRoy Lillehaugen, John A O Toole, September 26, 1989: US04870233 (79 worldwide citation)

A metal tray has its inner and outer surfaces coated with a plastic material. Within the tray is a first susceptor unit which includes a layer of corrugated paperboard composed of A-flutes secured to the underside of a substrate having a metallized foil secured to its upper side. A food item to be h ...



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