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Syed S H Rizvi, Steven Mulvaney: Extrusion processing with supercritical fluids. Cornell Research Foundation, Jones Tullar & Cooper, June 9, 1992: US05120559 (49 worldwide citation)

A supercritical fluid such as CO.sub.2 is injected under pressure into a fully cooked dough in an extruder. The dough is prepared and after being preconditioning with water and steam, is supplied to an extruder/cooker where it is subjected to high cooking temperatures, which may be on the order of 1 ...


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Magda El Nokaly: Food products containing reduced calorie, fiber containing fat substitute. Procter & Gamble Company, Rose A Dabek, Jerry J Yetter, Richard C Witte, April 21, 1992: US05106644 (49 worldwide citation)

Reduced calorie, fiber containing food products containing a fat substitute are disclosed. The fat substitute is made of a fat or oil and polymeric liquid crystal prepared from a polysaccharide and a solvent, preferably water. This fat substitute can be used to replace fat in a variety of food produ ...


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Phillip F Pflaumer, Edward D Smith III, Wilbur G Hudson Jr: Cookies containing psyllium. The Procter & Gamble Company, Gretchen R Hatfield, Kim William Zerby, Steven J Goldstein, August 21, 1990: US04950140 (49 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are cookies containing psyllium and a method for making those cookies. The cookies may additionally contain polyol polyesters. These cookies provide an effective method for introducing psyllium into the diet to treat gastrointestinal disorders, such as constipation or diarrhea, as well as ...


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Seijiro Inoue, Shigenori Ota: Bread or other cereal-based food improver composition involving the addition of phospholipase A to the flour. Kyowa Hakko Kogyo, Antonelli Terry & Wands, January 28, 1986: US04567046 (49 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are a bread or other cereal-based food improver composition containing phospholipase A as the effective ingredient said phospholipase A being substantially free of lipase and protease.


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Ferenc Fekete, Kai Chung Ho: Edible shell/thermoplastic container system. Dorr Carson Sloan & Birney P C, August 11, 1998: US05792496 (48 worldwide citation)

An edible shell/thermoplastic container system consists of a first substantially hemispherical edible shell and a second substantially hemispherical edible shell. The thermoplastic container preferably consists of a first substantially non-hemispherical shell and a second substantially non-hemispher ...


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Richard D Fazzolare, Joseph A Szwerc, Rich McFeaters: Starch snack foods and process. Nabisco Brands, Richard Kornutik, October 10, 1989: US04873093 (48 worldwide citation)

The invention is a process and a product of the process for preparing a baked snack food from a composition containing at least one ingredient having starch. The ingredient having starch and the water comprises substantially all of the ingredient of the composition. The method involves steaming the ...


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Carl Y Wong, Mir N Khan, John A Mihalik: Process of manufacturing candy bars containing wafers and wafer bars manufactured thereby. Hershey Foods Corporation, Paul & Paul, October 8, 1985: US04545997 (48 worldwide citation)

A process is disclosed for producing a chocolate coated creamed wafer candy bar, wherein the coating layer does not crack or delaminate during normal storage. Wafer sheets are first baked and their moisture content is substantially increased. A layer of cream having a moisture content less than that ...


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Munk Werner Georg, Klecker Manfred, Haas Franz: Package for food products and method for its manufacture.. Munk Werner Georg, Suedmilch, June 22, 1988: EP0271853-A2 (47 worldwide citation)

The package is, in particular, edible and is made of decomposable, porous material which is provided for sealing purposes with at least two different impregnations on a fat basis on at least one part of the inside wall. At least one of these two impregnations is a base and at least one other is a cl ...


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Daniel R Feldmeier, Reggie Finn, Mark R Barrett: Method of packaging refrigerated meal in a package containing an anti-fog agent. Kraft Foods, Cook Alex McFarron Manzo Cummings & Mehler, April 11, 2000: US06048558 (46 worldwide citation)

A packaged meal is provided in the form of a kit arrangement which is formulated and prepared for storage under refrigerated, non-frozen conditions for extended time periods within retail store showcase coolers. The kit includes a compartmentalized, hermetically sealed package, with a refrigerated b ...


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Jack R Durst: Storage stable, ready-to-eat baked goods. The Pillsbury Company, Robert J Lewis, Michael D Ellwein, Mart C Matthews, June 26, 1984: US04456625 (46 worldwide citation)

Ready-to-eat baked goods which contain a substantial portion of non-gelatinized starch, and are shelf stable for up to one year, are disclosed. They are prepared from a flour containing base-batter mix, water, and at least 5% by weight of the product of an edible, liquid polyhydric alcohol. The wate ...