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Rennhard Hans H: Dietetic foods. Pfizer, Connolly and Hutz, April 8, 1975: US3876794 (124 worldwide citation)

Non-nutritive carbohydrate substitutes are prepared by polycondensation of saccharides in the presence of polycarboxylic acid catalyst at reduced pressure and are useful in dietetic food compositions.


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Philip M Olinger, Christof Kruger: Non-cariogenic sweetener. Suomen Xyrofin Oy, Kenyon & Kenyon, May 21, 1991: US05017400 (35 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to edible compositions containing a sweetener combination of xylitol and maltitol. This combination exhibits sweetness synergism. It also lacks the undesired burning aftertaste of pure xylitol, has a substantial cooling effect and avoids set-up problems. The composi ...


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Bernd Stahl, Gunther Sawatzki: Carbohydrate mixture. N V Nutricia, Bacon & Thomas, June 10, 2003: US06576251 (32 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a carbohydrate mixture for dietetic foods administered by the enteral or parenteral route and pharmaceuticals, characterized in that said mixture consists of (a) monosaccharide(s), (b) oligosaccharide(s) (at most hexasaccharides) and (c) polysaccharide(s) (at least heptasacc ...


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Sawatzki Gunther, Stahl Bernd: Melanges dhydrates de carbone, Carbohydrate mixtures. Nv Nutricia, Nv Nutricia, Gowling Lafleur Henderson, October 4, 2011: CA2340103 (19 worldwide citation)

A carbohydrate mixture for dietetic foods and pharmaceuticals containing severalcarbohydrates is provided according to the present invention. Said carbohydratemixture is characterized in that they contain or consist of two different,substantially soluble carbohydrate components A and B, which remain ...


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Willi Heine, Klaus Dieter Wutzke: Process for producing bifidogenic infant and dietetic foods reduced in antigenicity. Milupa Aktiengesellschaft, Scully Scott Murphy & Presser, October 16, 1990: US04963384 (16 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates a process for the production of liquid and powdered bifidogenic infant and dietetic foods that are reduced in their antigenicity. The process, according to the invention, is characterized by the cleavage, but not removal, of sialic acid from milk protein and/or milk pro ...


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Friedrich Schweikhardt, Gunther Sawatzki, Rainer Braun: Process for enzymatic production of bifidogenic infant and dietetic foods. Milupa Aktiengesellschaft, Scully Scott Murphy & Presser, May 15, 1990: US04925680 (9 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a process for the production of liquid and powdered bifidogenic infant and dietetic foods which are reduced in their antigenicity. The process according to the invention is characterized in that to achieve bifidogenicity, sialic acid is enzymatically cleaved from the ...


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Ringel Karl Peter Dr: Dietetic foods as well as process for the manufacture of the foods.. Ringel Karl Peter Dr, September 16, 1981: EP0035643-A1 (9 worldwide citation)

For the Contracting States : BE, CH, LI, DE, FR, GB, IT, LU, NL, SE 1. Dietetic foods, characterized by a content of polysaccharide froms obtained by extraction from vegetable protopectin-containing raw materials, if necessary with the juice removed, with aqueous solutions of inert, neutrally reacti ...


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Rennhard Hans Heinrich: Dietetic food compositions. Pfizer, December 24, 1975: GB1418544-A (9 worldwide citation)

1418544 Dietetic foods PFIZER INC 24 Sept 1973 44741/73 Heading A2B In a dietetic food composition ordinarily comprising a fatty triglyceride- and optionally a carbohydrate-containing food, at least a part of said triglyceride is replaced by a water soluble highly branched polyglucose wherein the 1- ...


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Stahl Bernd, Sawatzki Guenther: Carbohydrate mixture. Nutricia, November 24, 1999: EP0957692-A1 (9 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a carbohydrate mixture for dietetic foods administered by the enteral or parenteral route and pharmaceuticals, characterized in that said mixture consists of (a) monosaccharide(s), (b) oligosaccharide(s) (at most hexasaccharides) and (c) polysaccharide(s) (at least heptasacc ...



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