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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 (83 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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Jonathan Seaborne: Amphoteric ceramic microwave heating susceptor utilizing compositions with metal salt moderators. General Mills, John A O Toole, February 28, 1989: US04808780 (54 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are improved ceramic compositions which are useful in the formulation of microwave susceptors and to the susceptors fabricated therefrom for disposable packages for the microwave heating of food items. The compositions include certain metal salts as time/temperature profile moderators in a ...


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Jonathan Seaborne, James R Borek: Ceramic gels with salt for microwave heating susceptor. General Mills, John A O Toole, February 21, 1989: US04806718 (45 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are ceramic oxide gels (sometimes also referred to as hydrated oxides), and especially xerogels, compositions which are useful in the formulation and fabrication of microwave susceptors for disposable packages for the microwave heating of food items. The compositions include novel microwav ...


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Jonathan Seaborne, David C Egberg: Compositions and methods for preparing an edible film of lower water vapor permeability. General Mills, John A O Toole, April 28, 1987: US04661359 (45 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are edible film coating compositions of low moisture permeability and their methods of preparation. The compositions comprise cross-linked, refined shellac and hydroxypropyl cellulose (HPC) in a weight ratio of 1:0.001 to 1:2. Highly preferred compositions additionally comprise mono- or di ...


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Jonathan Seaborne: Amphoteric ceramic microwave heating susceptor. General Mills, John A O Toole, April 4, 1989: US04818831 (37 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are improved ceramic compositions which are useful in the formulation of microwave susceptors and to the susceptor articles fabricated therefrom for disposable packages for the microwave heating of food items. The compositions include a novel microwave absorbing material and a binder. The ...


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Jonathan Seaborne, David C Egberg: Edible coating composition and method of preparation. General Mills, John A O Toole, December 1, 1987: US04710228 (31 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are edible film coating compositions of low moisture permeability and their methods of preparation. The compositions comprise cross-linked, refined shellac and preferably an edible member having a reactive hydroxyl or acid moiety selected from the group consisting of edible sources of poly ...


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Jonathan Seaborne: Solid state ceramic microwave heating susceptor. General Mills, John A O Toole, March 7, 1989: US04810845 (30 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are ceramic compositions which are useful in the formulation and fabrication of microwave susceptors for disposable packages for the microwave heating of food items. The compositions include a novel microwave absorbing material and a binder. The novel microwave absorbing materials comprise ...


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Jonathan Seaborne, James R Borek: Ceramic gels with salt for microwave heating susceptor. General Mills, John A O Toole, November 6, 1990: US04968865 (29 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are ceramic oxide gels (sometimes also referred to as hydrated oxides, and especially xerogels, compositions which are useful in the formulation and fabrication of microwave susceptors for disposable packages for the microwave heating of food items. The compositions include novel microwave ...


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Jonathan Seaborne, David C Egberg: Methods for preparing a low water permeability, edible film. General Mills, John A O Toole, March 7, 1989: US04810534 (21 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are edible film coating compositions of low moisture permeability and their methods of preparation. The compositions comprise cross-linked, refined shellac and preferably an edible member having a reactive hydroxyl or acid moiety selected from the group consisting of edible sources of poly ...


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Jonathan Seaborne, David C Ebgerg: Edible barrier for composite food articles. General Mills, John A O Toole, April 11, 1989: US04820533 (20 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are edible barriers useful in composite food articles to separate one food phase from another which differ in such properties as water activity, protein concentration, etc. The ebible barriers are especially useful in wrapped or packaged food items. The edible barriers comprise an edible l ...