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1. (CA2747352) FRIED-CHUNK FOOD COMPOSITIONS

Office : Canada
Application Number: 2747352 Application Date: 30.12.2009
Publication Number: 2747352 Publication Date: 08.07.2010
Publication Kind : A1
Prior PCT appl.: Application Number:PCTUS2009006748 ; Publication Number: Click to see the data
IPC:
A23L 5/10
A23K 10/00
A23K 30/00
A23K 50/40
A23L 13/60
A23L 29/00
G09F 3/00
G09F 19/00
[IPC code unknown for A23L 5/10][IPC code unknown for A23K 10][IPC code unknown for A23K 30][IPC code unknown for A23K 50/40][IPC code unknown for A23L 13/60][IPC code unknown for A23L 29]
G PHYSICS
09
EDUCATING; CRYPTOGRAPHY; DISPLAY; ADVERTISING; SEALS
F
DISPLAYING; ADVERTISING; SIGNS; LABELS OR NAME-PLATES; SEALS
3
Labels, tag tickets, or similar identification or indication means; Seals; Postage or like stamps
G PHYSICS
09
EDUCATING; CRYPTOGRAPHY; DISPLAY; ADVERTISING; SEALS
F
DISPLAYING; ADVERTISING; SIGNS; LABELS OR NAME-PLATES; SEALS
19
Advertising or display means not otherwise provided for
CPC:
A23K 50/45
Applicants: NESTEC S.A.
Inventors:
Priority Data: 61/204,190 02.01.2009 US
Title: (EN) FRIED-CHUNK FOOD COMPOSITIONS
(FR) COMPOSITIONS ALIMENTAIRES DE MORCEAUX FRITS
Abstract:
(EN)

The invention provides fried-chunk food compositions comprising (1) food
chunks that have been fried in oil at a
temperature of from about 110 to 205°C to produce fried food chunks
having a moisture content of about 16% and an Aw of
about 0.7 and (2) from about 5 to about 35% plasticizer applied to the fried
food chunks, wherein the fried food chunks with
applied plasticizer have a moisture content of about 12% or less and an Aw of
about 0.65 or less. The compositions are made
without using preservatives, have a desirable texture and appealing meat-like
appearance, and are shelf-stable and therefore do not
spoil due to unwanted microbial growth.


Also published as:
MXMX/a/2011/007189EP2373178JP2012514456US20110268849CN102271526RU2011132388
MX2011007189RU0002535968BRPI0923931AU2009333808ID051.3942IN5629/DELNP/2011
WO/2010/077357