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David J Kyle: Arachidonic acid and methods for the production and use thereof. Martek Corporation, Baker & Botts L, August 19, 1997: US05658767 (160 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to processes for the production of arachidonic acid containing oils, which preferably are substantially free of eicosapentaneoic acid. The invention also relates to compositions containing such oils, in an unmodified form, and to uses of such oils. In a preferred embodi ...


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James J Shaw, Shri C Sharma: Ingestible aggregate and delivery system prepared therefrom. Warner Lambert Company, Daniel A Scola Jr, May 31, 1988: US04747881 (107 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to an ingestible aggregate comprising a pre-swelled substantially anhydrous hydrocolloid and a substrate. More particularly this invention relates to an aggregate having as a substrate a dietary fiber and/or drug wherein the composition can be administered in a therapeu ...


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Michael T Clandinin, Janet E Chappell: Infant formula. The University of Toronto Innovations Foundation, Rogers Bereskin & Parr, June 2, 1987: US04670285 (107 worldwide citation)

The invention provides an edible fat product for incorporation into a formula suitable for feeding infants. The product includes certain fatty acids, namely, at least one of a C.sub.20 or C.sub.22, .omega.-6 fatty acid and a C.sub.20 or C.sub.22, .omega.-3 fatty acid, found to be present in human mi ...


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Metzger James B: Method for the utilization of organic waste material. January 16, 1973: US3711392 (99 worldwide citation)

Biodegradable waste materials are utilized by forming a suspension in a fermentation tank of comminated waste materials mixed with a microbiological system of a plurality of selected types of microorganisms under conditions to decompose the waste materials. After sufficient microbial metabolic actio ...


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Boucher Raymond Marcel Gut: Biocidal electromagnetic synergistic process. Shoemaker and Mattare, December 16, 1975: US3926556 (91 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for the low temperature intermittent or continuous destruction of microorganisms such as viruses, bacteria and fungi, in solid or liquid materials, expecially for decontamination of organic and biological fluids, wherein the material is subjected to the synergistic effect of com ...


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Toyoshige Morita, Isamu Fujita, Junichi Iwamura: Sweetening compound, method of recovery, and use thereof. F K Suzuki International, John S O Brien, April 4, 1978: US04082858 (88 worldwide citation)

A sweetening compound is recovered from Stevia rebaudiana plant material in the form of colorless crystals having 450 times the sweetness of sucrose. Sweetened products for oral ingestion are provided by admixing the sweetening compound with a foodstuff or a pharmaceutical. The sweetening compound i ...


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Yrjo Malkki, Olavi Elis Nikkila: Method for preventing microbial surface deterioration of foods and feeds. Haseltine Lake & Waters, December 7, 1976: US03996386 (88 worldwide citation)

Method for preventing moulding or other microbial surface deterioration of foods and feeds due to micro-organisms by using a preservative substance, either a chemically defined food additive or a vegetable extract having microbicidal or microbe-inhibiting effect. The preservative is applied in the f ...


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William R Barclay: Food product containing thraustochytrium and/or schizochytrium microflora and an additional agricultural based ingredient. OmegaTech, Sheridan Ross P C, June 1, 1999: US05908622 (84 worldwide citation)

Disclosed in a process for growing the microflora Thraustochytrium, Schizochytrium, and mixtures thereof, which includes the growing of the microflora in fermentation medium containing non-chloride containing sodium salts, in particular sodium sulfate. In a preferred embodiment of the present invent ...


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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 (80 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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Marvin L Kahn, Eapen K Eapen: Intermediate moisture, ready-to-use frozen whippable foods. Rich Products Corporation, March 27, 1979: US04146652 (77 worldwide citation)

Microbiologically stable intermediate-moisture whippable or whipped foods which remain soft and ready for use at freezer temperatures and which can be maintained at room temperature and refrigerator temperature for an extended period of time having an oil-in-water emulsion with a controlled sugar-fa ...



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