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George J Krubert: Printing of foods. Keebler Company, Lockwood Alex FitzGibbon & Cummings, March 25, 1986: US04578273 (70 worldwide citation)

A method of forming a printed food or baked product, and the product itself comprises forming a hard, non-porous icing surface by drying an icing mixture and printing one or more edible inks on the hard surface of the icing using a printing pad having an edible silicone oil therein. The icing may be ...


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Edward N Prager, Louis E Burnett: Packaging machine having a slitter for forming slits in ends of packages. Keebler Company, Allegretti Newitt Witcoff & McAndrews, March 10, 1981: US04254601 (37 worldwide citation)

An improved assembly for forming a plurality of individual packages, containing articles, such as crackers or the like therein. The assembly includes a first roller member and a second roller member which is mounted in cooperative relationship with the first roller member. Each of the roller members ...


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Ward T Hanna, John J Drennan, John T Staroska: Recloseable package. Keebler Company, Allegretti Newitt Witcoff & McAndrews, January 3, 1978: US04066167 (28 worldwide citation)

A recloseable package, having a bag portion, closing portion and seal portion, is disclosed. The seal portion seals the recloseable package, after filling, in a conventional fashion. The recloseable package is opened by separation of the seal portion. The recloseable package is thereafter closed by ...


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Michael Bauman, Mark Steven Lippi, Nancy Ann Esterline, Rosemary Julia Sikora, Glenn Roy Quinlan, Hillis O Kauffman, Harold G Gobble: Multi-layer toaster product and method for making same. Kellogg Company of W K Kellogg Institute, Keebler Company, Howard & Howard, July 31, 2001: US06267998 (17 worldwide citation)

A fully baked or fried multi-layered toaster product comprises a first layer and a second layer wherein the first and second layers are constructed of dissimilar materials. The first layer provides the structural properties required for a toaster product while the second layer provides enhanced char ...


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Ian Thornton, Kenneth W DeWitt, Simon A Robertson: Method of preparing a biscuit or cookie product. Keebler Company, Lockwood Alex FitzGibbon & Cummings, May 14, 1985: US04517209 (9 worldwide citation)

A biscuit or cookie and method of manufacture of same includes forming a quantity of unbaked dough into a shaped, unbaked dough piece. A network of lines comprising grooves is impressed into the upper surface of the unbaked dough piece, either in conjunction with or subsequent to forming of the doug ...


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August J Martin, Raymond Mooi: Shelf stable cookie. Keebler Company, Lockwood Alex FitzGibbon & Cummings, October 23, 1990: US04965076 (6 worldwide citation)

A laminated dough perform, a method of forming a baked product therefrom, and the baked product, includes at least two premixed dough layers containing ingredients which, when baked, result in a substantially crumb continuous laminate product over the cross section of the laminate. The first dough l ...


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August J Martin, Thomas E Furia: Shelf stable cookie. Keebler Company, Lockwood Alex Fitzgibbon & Cummings, October 23, 1990: US04965077 (4 worldwide citation)

A laminated dough preform, a method of forming a baked product therefrom and the baked product, includes at least two premixed dough layers containing ingredients which, when baked, result in a substantially crumb continuous laminate product over the cross section of the laminate. The first dough la ...


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Staroska John T, Hanna Ward T, Drennan John J: Emballage rescellable, Recloseable package. Keebler Company, September 19, 1978: CA1038828

ABSTRACT OF THE DISCLOSURE A recloseable package, having a bag portion, closing portion andseal portion, is disclosed. The seal portion seals the recloseablepackage, after filling, in a conventional fashion. The recloseablepackage is opened by separation of the seal portion. The recloseablepackage i ...


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Krubert George J: Impression sur produits alimentaires, Printing of foods. Keebler Company, OSLER HOSKIN & HARCOURT, May 21, 1985: CA1187322

ABSTRACT OF THE DISCLOSURE A method of forming a printed food or baked product,and the product itself comprises forming a hard, non-porousicing surface by drying an icing mixture and printing oneor more edible inks on the hard surface of the icing usinga printing pad having an edible silicone oil th ...