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Preservation Sciences, Inc. Patents
Preservation Sciences, Inc.
St. Petersburg, FL
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7258883 Food and beverage perservative August 21, 2007
Non-toxic, naturally derived, preservative compositions are provided for beverage products, food products and other consumer products which include d-limonene, beeswax and monohydric alcohol. Methods for manufacturing and using such preservative compositions are also provided. In add
7226610 Compositions and methods for the treatment and prevention of disease in plants June 5, 2007
Non-toxic, naturally derived and economical compositions for treating and preventing bacterial or fungal disease in plants, especially citrus canker, wherein such compositions include various combinations of d-limonene, wax and monohydric alcohol are provided. Methods for making and

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