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Michael Kagan, Ian Solomon, Yehuda Vatkin: Water filtration vessel. Brown Martin Haller & McClain, July 13, 1999: US05922378 (40 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a water filtration vessel of the type having an upper reservoir for receiving tap water, a lower reservoir for storing filtered water and a filter-retaining passageway connecting between the upper and the lower reservoirs, further having a dispenser, mounted in communication w ...


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John S Goodlad, Jonathan R Cant, Stephen Harford: Gel products and a process for making them. Nadreph, Curtis Morris & Safford, January 2, 1996: US05480973 (40 worldwide citation)

A proteinaceous product comprises a stable, substantially clear, thermally irreversible gel formed by the reaction product of protein and reducing sugar, preferably containing from 2 to 25% gel-forming protein by weight. Particles or pieces of edible material may be embedded in the gel, or the gel m ...


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Kisaku Suzuki: Method of shaping food. Jordan and Hamburg, July 17, 1984: US04460611 (40 worldwide citation)

A pair of endless belts define a downwardly extending path therebetween which progressively reduces in width from the top to the bottom, so that a material of a foodstuff is compressed while being fed downwardly by the belts through the path. A horizontal conveyor belt lies below the path and is ind ...


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La Von Gene Wenger, Douglas S Clark, Bobbie W Hauck: High-output apparatus for producing dense, uniformly layered meat analogue product. Wenger Manufacturing, Schmidt Johnson Hovey & Williams, October 3, 1978: US04118164 (40 worldwide citation)

A commercially feasible, high-output extrusion apparatus and method is provided for producing vegetable protein based meat analogue products characterized by discrete, untwisted, manually separable meat-like layers and at relatively high production rates. The method involves passing hot, moist, pret ...


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Orlowski Gerald J: Apparatus for breading food objects. Korlow Corporation, Dawson Tilton Fallon & Lungmus, May 27, 1975: US3885519 (40 worldwide citation)

Apparatus is disclosed for breading food articles, including a machine for first applying batter to the articles. A transfer conveyor receives the articles with a batter covering, and transferring them to a main breading belt. The transfer conveyor cooperates with a formed baffle for catching and re ...


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Don H Savage: Apparatus and method for molding and baking dough. Bakamold, Thorpe North & Western, July 13, 1993: US05226352 (39 worldwide citation)

A cup-shaped mold for the shaping and baking of bread or cookie dough comprises an upper cupped molding member and a lower, slightly larger, cupped molding member. Each molding member has a flange horizontally extending from its edge. When the molding members are placed together with the dough betwe ...


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Harvey Robert J: Can-straw construction. Mirlin Corporation, February 20, 1973: US3717476 (39 worldwide citation)

A container construction comprising a container having a straw sealed at both ends and means for breaking the seals without removing the straw from the container. The construction is particularly useful in conjunction with a straw coated on the interior surface with a flavoring or taste-modifying ma ...


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Charles V Fulger, Ernest K Gum: All natural, ready-to-eat enzyme-saccharified cereal derived from whole cereal grain. General Foods Corporation, Thomas A Marcoux, Thomas R Savoie, Daniel J Donovan, December 1, 1987: US04710386 (38 worldwide citation)

A process for producing an all natural, enzyme-saccharified, cereal derived from whole grain is disclosed. The process involves milling and separating the whole grain to produce a bran fraction, an endosperm fraction, and a germ fraction. The germ fraction is processed by toasting and grinding and p ...


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Harry F Fariel, Marvin J Rudolph, Richard B Hynson, Pradip K Roy, Fredric Kleiner: Apparatus and process for the preparation of gasified confectionaries by pressurized injection molding. General Foods Corporation, Daniel J Donovan, Bruno P Struzzi, Thomas R Savoie, June 16, 1981: US04273793 (38 worldwide citation)

An injection molding arrangement and process for producing regularly shaped pieces of gasified candy which effect a pleasant sizzling sensation in the mouth. A confectionary solution, which may be a sugar melt, is subjected to a superatmospheric carbonating pressure in a carbonating vessel to cause ...