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Class Information
Number: D1/123
Name: Edible products > With visible concavity for food > Scoop or dip type
Description: Design that includes a "shovel-like" depression with a finger area for lifting or picking up food.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
D681909 Edible spoon May. 14, 2013
D681910 Edible spoon May. 14, 2013
8323709 Edible spoon for dissociating into consumable predetermined clumps in order to prevent dissociating into random granules that would make consumption more difficult Dec. 4, 2012
D636969 Cheese food product May. 3, 2011
D625486 Snack food product Oct. 19, 2010
D586535 Spoon chip Feb. 17, 2009
D581627 Potato product Dec. 2, 2008
D581126 Ice cream chip Nov. 25, 2008
D505242 Snack chip May. 24, 2005
D498033 Snack chip Nov. 9, 2004
D497702 Wave chip snack having particulates Nov. 2, 2004
D493943 Scoop shaped potato product Aug. 10, 2004
D493271 Snack food chip Jul. 27, 2004
D488282 Snack food Apr. 13, 2004
D452360 Snack food Dec. 25, 2001
D435956 Food biscuit Jan. 9, 2001
D278565 Seaweed plate garnish for a sushi dish or the like Apr. 30, 1985
D268539 Potato product Apr. 12, 1983











 
 
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