FIBERSTAR BIO-INGREDIENT TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
|FIBERSTAR BIO-INGREDIENT TECHNOLOGIES, INC. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20150024108||HIGHLY REFINED CELLULOSE-BASED GEL - A method forms a gel from a highly-refined cellulose by:||01-22-2015|
|20140363560||HYDROCOLLOIDS COPROCESSED WITH CELLULOSIC FIBERS WHEN BEING SHEARED INTO HIGHLY REFINED CELLULOSE - An improved method refines cellulose to produce a highly refined cellulosic material in combination with a hydrocolloid. The method comprises soaking raw material from primarily parenchymal cell wall structures in an aqueous solution which need not contain an agent to modify the fiber (e.g., a mild alkalizing or alkaline agent and/or solution) using reduced temperatures and pressures, and refining the material with a plate refiner so that a waste water stream is reduced in volume. The mass of fiber is combined with a hydrocolloid and the combined mass is then sheared is dried to produce the Highly Refined Cellulose in an intimately associated or bound structure with the hydrocolloid. The highly refined fiber/hydrocolloid product can also provide excellent thickening properties to a degree unexpected from simple additive effects of the materials. The unique methodology in the combining of the ingredients surprisingly affects the final properties of the combined materials.||12-11-2014|
|20120142909||VISCOSITY CONTROL IN COMPOSITIONS COMPRISING PLANT FIBER MATERIALS - Pectinases, such as Pectinex™ Ultra SP-L (composed of the enzyme Polygatacturonase, a type of pectinase which is derived from||06-07-2012|
|20110268860||NOVEL DAIRY PRODUCT COMPOSITIONS USING HIGHLY REFINED CELLULOSIC FIBER INGREDIENTS - A composition of matter is used as an ingredient in making dairy-containing products, especially cheeses, cheese spreads, cheese sauces, ice cream, ice milk, yogurt, sherbet, milk shakes, and the like. The product can replace shortenings and fats and oils, and can be used in these dairy products. A highly refined cellulosic materials (e.g., cellulose, modified celluloses, derivatized celluloses, hemicellulose, lignin, etc.) product can be prepared by generally moderate treatment and still provide properties that are equivalent to or improved upon the properties of the best highly refined cellulose products produced from more intense and environmentally unfriendly processes. Fruit or vegetable cells with an exclusively parenchymal cell wall structure can be treated with a generally mild process to form highly absorbent microfibers.||11-03-2011|
Patent applications by FIBERSTAR BIO-INGREDIENT TECHNOLOGIES, INC.