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Norman L Lacourse, Paul A Altieri: Biodegradable packaging material and the method of preparation thereof. National Starch and Chemical Corporation, Eugene Zagarella Jr, Edwin M Szala, September 5, 1989: US04863655 (153 worldwide citation)

A biodegradable packaging material comprising an expanded high amylose starch product having at least 45% by weight amylose content, said expanded product having a low density, closed cell structure with good resilience and compressibility.


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Norman L Lacourse, Paul A Altieri: Biodegradable shaped products and the method of preparation thereof. National Starch and Chemical Investment Holding Corporation, Eugene Zagarella Jr, Edwin M Szala, August 27, 1991: US05043196 (120 worldwide citation)

A biodegradable shaped product comprising an expanded high amylose starch product having at least 45% by weight amylose content, said expanded product having a low density, closed cell structure with good resilience and compressibility.


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Norman L Lacourse, Paul A Altieri: Biodegradable shaped products and the method of preparation thereof. National Starch and Chemical Investment Holding Corporation, Eugene Zagarella Jr, Edwin M Szala, July 30, 1991: US05035930 (118 worldwide citation)

A biodegradable shaped product comprising an expanded high amylose starch product having at least 45% by weight amylose content, said expanded product having a low density, closed cell structure with good resilience and compressibility.


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Paul A Altieri: Biodegradable shaped products and the method of preparation thereof. National Starch and Chemical Investment Holding Corporation, Eugene Zagarella Jr, Edwin M Szala, October 6, 1992: US05153037 (75 worldwide citation)

A biodegradable shaped product comprising an expanded modified flour product preferably having at least 40% by weight amylose content and containing about 2% or more by weight of an inorganic water soluble salt, said expanded product having a low density, closed cell structure with good resilience a ...


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Eric George, Eddie Park, Paul A Altieri, Charles W Paul: Biodegradable compositions comprising starch and alkenol polymers. Parke Davis & Company, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, February 28, 1995: US05393804 (40 worldwide citation)

There is provided a biodegradable composition as obtained from a melt comprising converted starch, a plasticizer and at least one member selected from alkenol homopolymers and/or alkenol copolymers which are combined under conditions sufficient to ensure uniform melt formation, in which the at least ...


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James P Zallie, Paul A Altieri, Chung Wai Chiu, Matthew Henley: Method for increasing expansion and improving texture of fiber fortified extruded food products. National Starch and Chemical Investment Holding Corporation, Jane E Gennaro, January 2, 1996: US05480669 (31 worldwide citation)

A method to increase the fiber content of extruded foods by the addition of resistant starch to starting dough mixes for extruded food products which increases the total dietary fiber of the extruded food product, and also increases expansion and improves the texture of the extruded food over compos ...


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Norman L Lacourse, Paul A Altieri, James P Zallie: Sweetened extruded cereals containing pregelatinized high amylose starches. National Starch and Chemical Investment Holding Corporation, Laurelee Ducan Esq, Karen Kaiser Esq, September 11, 2001: US06287621 (23 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a method for preparing a dry, sweetened, extruded, ready to eat flaked or puffed cereal. Cereal flours, sweeteners such as sugars and/or syrups, and other cereal ingredients are formulated with added water and about 4-28%, preferably 5-15% of selected pregelatinized sp ...


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Wolfgang Bindzus, Paul A Altieri: Amphoteric starches used in papermaking. National Starch and Chemical Investment Holding Corporation, Laurelee Duncan Esq, Eugene Zagarella Jr, April 2, 2002: US06365002 (22 worldwide citation)

The use in papermaking of an amphoteric starch additive which contains a phosphate functional group and is made under anhydrous conditions while in a fluidized state, provides advantageous paper properties and improved wet end performance.


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Paul A Altieri, Faith L Ricketts, Daniel B Solarek: Thermally converted starches and the method of preparation thereof. National Starch and Chemical Investment Holding Corporation, David P LeCroy, June 8, 2004: US06746705 (13 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides an efficient acid conversion process by which native and modified starches may be treated to afford products with low viscosity and a higher proportion of lower molecular weight compounds than the corresponding aqueous acid conversion processes. Such converted starches ...


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Paul A Altieri, Norman L Lacourse, David E Lueck: Method of extruding starch under low moisture conditions using feed starch having coarse particle size. National Starch and Chemical Investment Holding Corporation, Eugene Zagarella Jr, December 15, 1998: US05849233 (12 worldwide citation)

A method of extruding starch under low moisture conditions of 25% or less by weight to form an expanded product is provided and includes feeding inlet starch to an extruder, the starch having a particle size distribution such that 30% or more by weight have a particle size of at least 180 microns. I ...