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Inventor:
Grindstaff; Donald A.
Address:
Apple Valley, MN
No. of patents:
2
Patents:












Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7771761 Cheese with calcium lactate crystal inhibitor August 10, 2010
A calcium lactate crystal inhibitor is added to the typical cheese-making recipe to inhibit the growth of calcium lactate crystals as the cheese ages. The calcium lactate crystal inhibitor is preferably a sodium salt of an organic acid, and is preferably added with sodium chloride or
7625589 Cheese with sodium gluconate to inhibit calcium lactate crystal formation December 1, 2009
Sodium gluconate is added to the typical cheese-making recipe to inhibit the growth of calcium lactate crystals as the cheese ages. The sodium gluconate is preferably added with sodium chloride or shortly after sodium chloride as part of the salting step. The amount of sodium glucona










 
 
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