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Lin; Duke
Rancho Palos Verdes, CA
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
D603655 Tiered seafood tray November 10, 2009
D603577 Combined double stacked tray and shrimp November 10, 2009
D452146 Combination of a tray and an arrangement of shrimp December 18, 2001
7871653 Double-stack shrimp tray January 18, 2011
A tiered shrimp food tray including a sheet of material forming a base tray having an outer ridge, a support ridge formed concentric to and in spaced relation to the outer ridge. An inner ridge and a base surface cooperatively define a central well which supports a condiment cup. A r
6514548 Shrimp and tray combination and method of making same February 4, 2003
A shrimp and tray combination includes a shrimp tray having an outer retaining ridge and an inner support ridge. A groove is formed between the inner and outer ridges. A plurality of shrimp is arranged radially on the tray with head ends of the shrimp lying in and supported in the groove

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