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Mark Littlejohn, Michael P Juneau: Double seal food container. James River Corporation of Virginia, Sixbey Friedman Leedom & Ferguson, January 3, 1995: US05377860 (306 worldwide citation)

A food container which is a combination of a base portion and a lid portion made from a resilient polymeric material is disclosed. The base is a unitary component including an upwardly projecting, peripherally extending sealing rim having inner and outer sealing areas. The lid is also a unitary comp ...


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Thomas D Pawlowski: Gas permeable microwave reactive package. James River Corporation, Sixbey Friedman Leedom & Ferguson, January 23, 1990: US04896009 (191 worldwide citation)

A disposable microwave browning and crisping package having a flat substrate and a microwave reactive layer affixed over one surface of said substrate, the microwave interactive layer, when subjected to microwave energy, converting microwave energy to heat in an amount sufficient to brown and crisp ...


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Oscar E Seiferth: Food receptacle for microwave cooking. James River Corporation, Sixbey Friedman & Leedom, February 3, 1987: US04641005 (190 worldwide citation)

A disposable food receptacle for use in microwave cooking is disclosed which includes a provision to brown the exterior of the food in the receptacle. A thin layer of an electrically conductive material, such as an elemental metal is incorporated into the receptacle on the food contacting surfaces t ...


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Allen A Smart: Flexible disposable material for forming a food container for microwave cooking. James River Corporation, Sixbey Friedman Leedom & Ferguson, January 2, 1990: US04890439 (155 worldwide citation)

A packaging material and a method of forming the packaging material into a flexible, disposable food container adapted to contain and maintain food in a fresh and sanitary condition, and to ship, display, heat and brown, and serve the food is disclosed. The method includes forming patches of microwa ...


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Thomas D Pawlowski, Richard K Brown: Sleeve for crisping and browning of foods in a microwave oven and package and method utilizing same. James River Corporation, Sixbey Friedman Leedom & Ferguson, October 4, 1988: US04775771 (136 worldwide citation)

A microwave browning and crisping sleeve as well as a package assembly and method of microwave heating of food using the sleeve, wherein a paperboard strip has a microwave interactive layer affixed over one surface of the paperoard strip, the paperboard strip being subdivided by fold lines into at l ...


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Hubert Van Melle, Terrance N Durdon: Disposable drink-through cup lid. James River Corporation of Virginia, Sixbey Friedman Leedom & Ferguson, October 19, 1993: US05253781 (131 worldwide citation)

A disposable volume-extending drink-through lid for hot and cold beverages that extends beyond the upper edge of a drinking cup is provided. The lid may be integrally formed by conventional thermoforming processes to include a cup engaging section, a raised volume-extending section and a drink-throu ...


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Mark H S Berman, Dilip D Doshi, Thomas F Gilmore: Nonwoven continuously-bonded trilaminate. The James River Corporation, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner, September 5, 1989: US04863785 (125 worldwide citation)

A nonwoven composite material comprising a meltblown fabric layer of a thermoplastic polymer sandwiched between two prebonded, spunbonded reinforcing fabric layers of a thermoplastic polymer, all continuously-bonded together to form a composite material. The preferred thermoplastic polymer for both ...


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James H Manning, Joseph H Miller, Thomas E Quantrille: Hydroentangled disintegratable fabric. James River Corporation of Virginia, Richard J Gallagher, July 5, 1988: US04755421 (120 worldwide citation)

A nonwoven fibrous web is disclosed having high wet tensile strength when packed in a preservative liquid load, yet which breaks up under mild agitation conditions in a wet environment such as by the flushing action of a toilet. The wiper includes a nonwoven web made of a special blend of cellulosic ...


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Galyn A Schulz: High softness embossed tissue with nesting prevention embossed pattern. James River Corporation, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner, July 25, 1995: US05436057 (111 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to the discovery that the perceived softness of embossed tissue can be increased greatly while avoiding prior art nesting problems if a particular pattern is embossed into the tissue. This pattern combines relatively shallow stitchlike debossments with deeper more sharply defi ...


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T Philips Oriaran, Frank D Harper, Anthony O Awofeso, Cristian M Neculescu, Phuong Van Luu, Thomas N Kershaw, Galyn A Schulz: Soft-single ply tissue having very low sidedness. James River Corporation of Virginia, December 9, 1997: US05695607 (111 worldwide citation)

A one-ply paper tissue product and a method of making a one-ply paper product combining high strength and softness along with low sidedness. The paper tissue product exhibits a sidedness parameter of less than 0.3 preferably, less than 0.225, a tensile modulus of no more than 32 grams/percent strain ...