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Inventor:
Graff; Allan H.
Address:
Randolph, NJ
No. of patents:
8
Patents:












Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5879728 Chewable confectionary composition and method of preparing same March 9, 1999
The present invention provides a chewable confectionery product having a core and an outer shell wherein said core and said outer shell have different chew textures and(a) said core comprises a chewing gum composition comprising a chewing gum base, sweetener, softener and flavorant; and,
5366740 Chewing gum containing wheat gluten November 22, 1994
A digestible, biodegradable chewing gum comprising wheat gluten and a texturizing agent such as calcium carbonate, rice flour or ascorbic acid. The chewing gum can be swallowed and digested, or it can be discarded in ordinary compost waste facilities.
4911937 Chewable, peelable, layered soft nougat candies March 27, 1990
A chewable, peelable nougat candy is disclosed. The candy comprises at least two layers of nougat wherein each layer of nougat is made separable from the adjoining layer of nougat by the interposition of a compound coating. The individual layers of nougat may be of the same or different
4828845 Xylitol coated comestible and method of preparation May 9, 1989
A xylitol coated comestible is disclosed. The coated comestible comprises an edible core and a xylitol coating thereon, said coating comprising about 40 to about 70 wt % xylitol, based on the weight of the coating, at least one film-forming agent, at least one binder, at least one filler
4820544 Unique flavor composition April 11, 1989
A hard boiled candy composition having a unique flavor perception is disclosed. The composition comprises a sugar or sugarless hard boiled candy base and the following flavoring agents: corn mint oil, eugenol (or clove oil), cardamom and menthol.
4808418 Heterogenous chewing gum composition and method of preparation February 28, 1989
A heterogeneous chewing gum compositions having long lasting flavor duration and a marbleized appearance is disclosed. The chewing gum composition comprises a hard gum base, a soft gum base, a flavoring agent, a sweetening agent, and, optionally, other traditional chewing gum additiv
4786511 Coatings for chewing gums containing gum arabic and a soluble calcium salt November 22, 1988
The invention provides a method for coating comestibles such as chewing gum and candy with sugarless and sugar coatings from aqueous syrups containing a sweetener, gum arabic and a calcium salt, preferably calcium chloride, which coatings are smooth and non-flaky and crunchy when chewed.
4681766 Coatings for chewing gums containing gum arabic and a soluble calcium salt July 21, 1987
The invention provides a method for coating comestibles such as chewing gum and candy with sugarless and sugar coatings from aqueous syrups containing a sweetener, gum arabic and a calcium salt, preferably calcium chloride, which coatings are smooth and non-flaky and crunchy when chewed.










 
 
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