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Number: 426/281
Name: Food or edible material: processes, compositions, and products > Internal application of nontransitory fluent material to solid edible by injecting, artificial pore formation or external pressure
Description: Processes wherein a nontransitory fluent material is added to the interior portion of a solid edible either by injecting, forming of artificial pores, or by applying external pressure.

Patents under this class:
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4008338 Method for injecting a liquid additive into poultry flesh without penetrating the skin Feb. 15, 1977
4005226 Multiple nozzle dispenser head Jan. 25, 1977
4002772 Method of increasing the permeability of cellular materials Jan. 11, 1977
3989851 Method for protein fortification of extra pumped meats Nov. 2, 1976
3971854 Method of producing freeze-dried, cooked beef steak and resulting product Jul. 27, 1976
3962472 Method of inhibition of warmed-over flavor in uncured meats Jun. 8, 1976
3961090 Method of preparing rare roast beef Jun. 1, 1976
3950548 Ice cream and fruit confectionery product Apr. 13, 1976
3950555 Method of tenderizing and improving the flavor of food Apr. 13, 1976
3946117 Poultry carcass treating process Mar. 23, 1976

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