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AB Pripps Bryggerier Patents
Assignee:
AB Pripps Bryggerier
Address:
Bromma, SE
No. of patents:
2
Patents:












Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4649051 Beverage product March 10, 1987
Beverage product, especially adapted for rapid administration of water and carbohydrates to the human body during periods of heavy muscle work, which consists of a preferably monosaccharide-free solution containing 3-25% by weight of a mixture of soluble oligosaccharides with DP values b
4312856 Beverage product January 26, 1982
Beverage product, especially for rapidly replacing liquid and carbohydrates in the human body during periods of heavy muscle work, consisting of an essentially monosaccharide-free, hypotonic solution of soluble oligosaccharides and/or polysaccharides and mineral salts such as sodium

 
 
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