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USPTO Class 426 Food or edible material: processes, compositions, and products

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    Described is a homogeneous gel composition with at least antimicrobial, antibacterial, and/or anti-viral properties comprising; a combination of a stable and homogeneous aqueous and/or polyol solution based chelated metal oxide liquid complex suspension and a gel composition free of chelated metal oxides comprising water, polyquaternium, glycerine and hyaluronic acid, wherein the homogeneous gel composition contains chelated metal oxide particles homogeneously suspended in the homogeneous gel composition such that a concentration of the chelated metal oxide particles contained within the homogeneous gel are in a concentration of at least 0.001 weight percent.

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    Animal feeds and feed components are provided which comprise tunicate material. The tunicate material may be whole tunicate, e.g. washed and/or dried, or a tunicate extract. Preferred tunicate extracts include protein- and/or lipid-enhanced extracts. Also provided are uses of tunicates and tunicate extracts as, or in, animal feeds and methods for feeding animals, e.g. fish, comprising administering feeds containing tunicate material.

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  • 03/19/15--05:00: DIETARY SUPPLEMENT
  • Use of dietary fibre material extracted from sugar cane in the manufacture of a food product that is formulated to ameliorate the effects of diabetes.

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  • 03/19/15--05:00: NUTRITIONAL COMPOSITION
  • A nutritional composition having a total energy content of 67 kcal/100 ml or lower and including: a protein content which is 1.25 g/100 ml or lower, an energy content from protein of 7.2-8.4% of the total energy content of the nutritional composition, an energy content from fat which is at least 49% or more of the total energy content of the nutritional composition, a medium chain fatty acid content comprising 8 to 10 carbons which is less than 3 wt % of total amount of fatty acids, a sialic acid content of 10-25 mg/100 ml, a cholesterol content of 5-10 mg/100 ml, and a sphingomyelin content of 9-15 mg/100 ml is disclosed.

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    A method and composition for reducing the cholesterolemic effect in mammals of ingesting a blended nutritional fat composition containing a palm mid-fraction (PMF) hardstock fat combined with an unsaturated vegetable oil. The composition is solid or semi-solid at 20° C. and fluid at 35° C., and includes between 15% and 45% by weight linoleic acid. The weight ratio of disaturated triglyceride (DST) molecules to trisaturated triglyceride (TST) molecules is greater than 10:1, and the PMF hardstock fat contains approximately 50% to 95% by weight DST molecules, the majority of which contain either palmitic acid or a combination of palmitic and stearic acids at the sn-1 and sn-3 triglyceride positions and either oleic acid or linoleic acid at the sn-2 molecular position.

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    The present invention relates to rolling compound powders comprising hydrogenated or non-hydrogenated isomaltulose for applying to the surface of chewing gum core materials, chewing gum products comprising such rolling compound powders, processes for reducing the stickiness of compositions of chewing gum core materials by using hydrogenated or non-hydrogenated isomaltulose-containing rolling compound powders in chewing gum preparation processes as well as the use of hydrogenated or non-hydrogenated isomaltulose in rolling compound powders for applying to the surface of chewing gum core materials.

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    The present invention provides a method for dough processing, a method for providing a container for a dough product, a container, and a product formed by a container.

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    The present invention provides a method for dough processing, a method for providing a container for a dough product, a container, and a product formed by a container.

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    Processes for increasing yield in the malting process are described. Utilization of an extract in the germination stage of the malting process can result in an increased malt yield without substantially affecting the quality of the resulting malt.

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    Disclosed is for inhibiting gel formation during, or resulting from, hydrolysis of protein compositions comprising casein.

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    The present invention relates to mutants of lactic acid bacteria which are resistant to the antibiotic ampicillin and which were found to give an increased texture when grown in milk while maintaining the other growth properties of the parent strain. The present invention, furthermore, relates to compositions comprising such mutants, and to dairy products fermented with the lactic acid bacteria resistant to ampicillin.

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    A process to coagulate wasted eggs which includes an acidification step of the liquid egg, followed by a coagulation step using a heat exchanger, such as a scraped surface heat exchanger, and optionally a drying step. The obtained coagulated egg product has useful properties and can be used as animal food. The process allows the disposal of wasted eggs generated in the poultry and related industries and the production of a valuable by-product with high protein and fat content.

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  • 03/19/15--05:00: SWEETENER COMPOSITIONS
  • A sweetener composition comprising xylose, a sugar alcohol and brown seaweed extract in solid form, preferably powdered or crystalline form. The sugar alcohol is preferably an erythritol and the brown seaweed extract is preferably obtained from Laminaria japonica. The sweetener composition can further comprise one or a combination of additional vitamins, minerals, probiotic cultures, and other plant-based extracts.

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    The present invention pertains to the field of nutrition and in particular a food product formulation based on protein and other nutrients extracted from oil seeds, such as hemp, for a plurality of uses, including, but not limited to an infant or toddler formula, a beverage, baked goods or a protein supplement. Suitable oil seeds include, but are not limited to hemp, flax, chia, pea and spirulina. Accordingly, the present invention provides a food product formulation for human consumption that can provide a complete source of dietary protein and other nutrients through oil seed protein. The formulation may be prepared in a variety of product forms, including but not limited to, a ready-to-serve liquid form, or a powder form that can be reconstituted prior to human consumption into liquid form, or a powder form that can be added to oilier ingredients to produce a baked product for human consumption, or a protein supplement.

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    The present invention relates to food-grade bacteria strain being capable of removing mercury from an aqueous environment.

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    The present invention describes methods for preparing instant food and snacks and the making of an instant liquid meal or snack. The invention teaches a technique of preparing single-serve instant liquid and solid meals or snacks to be cooked in same container using commercial brewers and preparation equipment. A kit that contains dry food components that get cooked in the same container resulting in a liquid meal with solid particulates is described.

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    Edible microcarriers, including microcarrier beads, microspheres and microsponges, appropriate for use in a bioreactor to culture cells that may be used to form a comestible engineered meat product. For example, the edible microcarriers described herein may include porous microcarriers that may be used to grow cells (e.g., smooth muscle cells) and may be included with the cells in the final engineered meat product, without requiring modification or removal of the cells from the microcarriers. In a particular example, the edible microcarriers may be formed of cross-linked pectin, such as pectin-thiopropionylamide (PTP), and RGD-containing polypeptide, such as thiolated cardosin A. Methods of forming edible microcarriers, methods of using the edible microcarriers to make engineered meat, and engineered meat including the edible microcarriers are also described herein.

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    The flanged container for a dairy product or similar food composition is provided with a hollow body and a generally planar annular flange connected to the top of the body, the flange having outer straight side edges and an inner edge defining a circular upper opening of the container. The body has a planar bottom and a lower portion tapering from a generally cylindrical upper portion toward the bottom in a curved manner. The lower portion has a height h1 in some embodiments not less than 14 mm and the ratio h1/H is less than 2:5 where H is the height of the container. The side wall of the body has a thickness profile such that the average thickness of the lower portion is more than the average thickness of the upper portion. Several identical containers can be grouped in a pack with breakable junctions at the outer straight side edges.

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    The present invention relates to dispensing of a substance from a container by means of a dispensing apparatus. Specifically, the exemplary embodiment of the present invention relates to (1) a container and (2) the automated method for opening such container and (3) the automated method of dispensing of the contents from such container into a customer receptacle or glass.

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    A portion capsule for producing a beverage is proposed, having a capsule body with a capsule base and a filling side, with a cavity for accommodating a pulverulent or liquid beverage base being formed between the capsule base and the filling side, with a filter element being arranged between the beverage base and the capsule base, and with the filter element having a non-woven which is arranged in the region of the capsule base.

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