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Walter Hopkins, Dominick R Friello, Subraman R Cherukuri, Raymond L Roy, Donald A M Mackay: Chewing gum containing sugar substitute. Lawrence S Levinson, Burton Rodney, June 2, 1981: US04271197 (65 worldwide citation)

A chewing gum is provided which has improved softness and flexibility retention, and prolonged shelf life and contains as a plasticizer and sweetener a combination of a hydrogenated starch hydrolysate and sorbitol, and optionally, mannitol, glycerin, and/or gum arabic. The above chewing gum has been ...


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Ronald P D Ameila, Jack Homcy, Richard W Deptula, Daniel Worthy, Dorothy A Panhorst, Joseph W Bell, Walter Hopkins: Breath freshening compositions and methods using them. Nabisco, Scully Scott Murphy & Presser, February 29, 2000: US06030605 (22 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed towards the use of chewing gums, tablets and lozenges containing a breath freshening composition which comprises a physiologically acceptable zinc compound, an oil, and a non-ionic surfactant, to reduce or eliminate H.sub.2 S and CH.sub.3 SH in the oral cavity.


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Ronald D&apos Amelia, Joseph Bell, Walter Hopkins, Saul Scheinbach, Jack Homcy, Martin Cole: Breath freshening comestible product. Nabisco, Scully Scott Murphy & Presser, August 28, 2001: US06280769 (8 worldwide citation)

A comestible product which includes inulin, a polyol and a divalent zinc or copper compound which effectively controls breath malodor.


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Subraman R Cherukuri, Dominick R Friello, Ellery Parker, Walter Hopkins, Donald A M Mackay: Stable liquid red beet color and chewing gum containing same. Nabisco Brands, Richard Kornutik, February 1, 1983: US04371549 (7 worldwide citation)

A stable liquid red beet color is provided which may be stored at room temperature and which is formed of spray-dried liquid red beet color carried on a solid medium, such as gum arabic or maltodextrin, which is dispersed in a liquid medium, such as glycerin, hydrogenated vegetable oil or propylene ...


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Ronald D&apos Amelia, Joseph Bell, Walter Hopkins, Saul Scheinbach, Jack Homcy, Martin Cole, Robert J Huzinec, Judith K Cooley, Thomas J Carroll: Breath freshening comestible product and method of controlling breath malodor. Hershey Chocolate and Confectionary Corporation, Scully Scott Murphy & Presser, January 28, 2003: US06511679 (7 worldwide citation)

A comestible product which includes inulin, a second component and a divalent zinc or copper. When the comestible product is a tablet, a pressed tablet, a lozenge, a hard candy or a chewy candy, the second component is a formentable carbohydrate which may, optionally, include a polyol. When the come ...


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Subraman R Cherukuri, Dominick R Friello, Walter Hopkins, Ellery Parker, Donald A M Mackay: Chewing gum containing fructose syrup. Nabisco Brands, Richard Kornutik, October 11, 1983: US04409244 (6 worldwide citation)

A chewing gum is provided which has a soft consistency, an easy bite through, improved flavor characteristics and shelf-life and does not stick to its wrapper. These advantages are attained through the use of pure fructose syrup in place of corn syrup as a sweetener-plasticizer-bulking agent.


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HORNER WALTER HOPKINS, BUCK EDWIN ARTHUR: [en] Improvements in Tire Shrinkers and Jacks.. HORNER WALTER HOPKINS, BUCK EDWIN ARTHUR, July 19, 1906: GB190521442-A

[en] 21,442. Horner, W. H., and Buck, E. A. Oct. 21. Making wheel tyres.-A lifting-jack of the type in which a screw is rotated continuously in either direction by the reciprocating motion of a handle in connexion with ratchet mechanism is provided with gripping-levers for shrinking tyres, so that t ...


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Ronald D Amelia, Joseph Bell, Walter Hopkins, Saul Scheinbach, Jack Homcy, Martin Cole, Robert J Huzinec, Judith K Cooley, Thomas J Carroll: Breath freshening comestible product and method of controlling breath malodor. Hershey Chocolate and Confectionary Corporation, Scully Scott Murphy & Presser, June 20, 2002: US20020076433-A1

A comestible product which includes inulin, a second component and a divalent zinc or copper. When the comestible product is a tablet, a pressed tablet, a lozenge, a hard candy or a chewy candy, the second component is a formentable carbohydrate which may, optionally, include a polyol. When the come ...


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