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Van Der Burgh Leonard Fay, Sommer Stephen Joseph: Preparation of a fatty glycoside mixture.. Staley Mfg Co A E, October 26, 1983: EP0092355-A1 (38 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a simplified process for preparing surface active glycoside mixtures such as the C8-C22 alkyl glycosides directly from hydrophilic saccharide-containing compositions by fatty alcohol interchange. The lipophilic fatty alcohol and hydrophilic saccharide-containing compos ...


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Valenty Vivian Briones: Glycerine derivatives.. Staley Mfg Co A E, August 7, 1985: EP0150930-A2 (34 worldwide citation)

Glycerine derivatives of formula A RO-CH2-CH(OR)-CH2-OR (A) (wherein R, R and R, which may be the same or different, each represents a hydrogen atom or a group of formula -CH(COOH)-CH2-COOH, with the proviso that at least one of R, R and R represents other than a hydrogen atom), salts thereof and mi ...


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Harris Donald W, Little Jeanette A: Fragmented, debranched amylopectin starch precipitate as fat replacer.. Staley Mfg Co A E, March 3, 1993: EP0529894-A1 (26 worldwide citation)

A method of preparing reduced fat foods is provided which employs a fragmented, debranched amylopectin starch precipitate. A debranched amylopectin starch is precipitated and then fragmented to form an aqueous dispersion that is useful in replacing fat in a variety of food formulations. The debranch ...


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Chiou Ruth G, Brown Cheryl C, Little Jeanette A, Young Austin Harry, Schanefelt Robert V, Harris Donald W, Stanley Keith D, Coontz Helen D, Hamdan Carolyn J, Wolf Rueff Jody A, Slowinski Lori A, Anderson Kent R, Lehnhardt William F, Witczak Zbigniew J: Starch hydrolysates.. Staley Mfg Co A E, August 28, 1991: EP0443844-A1 (22 worldwide citation)

This invention provides the use as or for the preparation of a foodstuffs material of a granular starch hydrolysate which in aqueous dispersion is organoleptically fat-like, and which may be used as an at least partial substitute for fats and/or oils.


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Mcdaniel Robert Stephen Jr, Glor Paul Raymond, Kickle Hunter Lee: Glycoside color regulation.. Staley Mfg Co A E, December 27, 1985: EP0165721-A1 (18 worldwide citation)

The color of glycosides or glycoside-containing compositions may be regulated using a source of sulfur dioxide. Thus a glycoside composition may be bleached to a desirable color and then be color stabilized by the addition of a sulfur dioxide source such as for example sodium bisulfite.


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Urfer Allen Dale, Vanderburgh Leonard Fay, Mcdaniel Robert Stephen Jr: Glycoside-containing detergents.. Staley Mfg Co A E, April 10, 1985: EP0136844-A2 (16 worldwide citation)

Lower aliphatic glycosides are added to aqueous liquid detergents to reduce their viscosity and to prevent phase separation. The glycosides are represented by the formula R-O-(G)n where "R" is a C2-6 straight or branched chain saturated or unsaturated aliphatic hydrocarbon group, O is an oxygen atom ...


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Harris Donald W, Little Jeanette A: Debranched amylopectin-starch as fat replacer.. Staley Mfg Co A E, March 3, 1993: EP0529893-A1 (15 worldwide citation)

A method of preparing reduced fat foods is provided which employs a debranched amylopectin starch. A debranched amylopectin starch is dissolved and then allowed to form an aqueous dispersion of particles that is useful in replacing fat in a variety of food formulations. The debranched amylopectin st ...


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Short Rolland William Phillip: Method for preparing organo glycosides.. Staley Mfg Co A E, January 25, 1984: EP0099183-A1 (13 worldwide citation)

Organo glycoside ethers are prepared by reacting saccharide containing compositions with alcohols of 3 or more carbon atoms in the presence of 2 or more moles of water for each aldose unit mole. The method is particularly effective for converting polysaccharides, such as starches to alkyl glycosides ...


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Best Roland William, Sherwin Robert Jeseph: Method of sizing paper.. Staley Mfg Co A E, August 20, 1980: EP0014520-A1 (13 worldwide citation)

A starch which has been reacted with a dicarboxylic acid anhydride such as octenyl succinic anhydride is applied to a formed paper web from the size press. The starch combines with a multivalent metal ion e.g. (aluminium) already present in the paper web to become hydrophobic, and thereby impart a h ...


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Harris Donald W, Little Jeanette A: Fragmented, alpha amylase hydrolysed amylose precipitate as fat replacer.. Staley Mfg Co A E, March 3, 1993: EP0529892-A1 (11 worldwide citation)

A method of preparing reduced fat foods is provided which employs a fragmented, alpha -amylase hydrolyzed amylose precipitate. Amylose is precipitated and hydrolyzed with alpha -amylase and then fragmented to form an aqueous dispersion that is useful in replacing fat in a variety of food formulation ...