HIGH FIBER COMPOUND COATING FOR FOOD PRODUCTS

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United States of America Patent

APP PUB NO 20100092620A1
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12577862

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A compound coating has a very high level of dietary fiber from about 35% to about 75% by weight, and a particle size of about 35 microns or less. The compound coating is formed by mixing a fat portion and the dietary fiber, and then micro-grinding the compound coating to the fine particle size. The compound coating can include soluble fiber, insoluble fiber, or combinations thereof, such as polydextrose and short chain fructo-oligosaccharides. The compound coating can be applied to a wide variety of food forms including wafers, cereals, crackers, and other foods. The compound coating can be applied by spraying the coating onto the food form or pumping the coating through depositing spindles and onto the food form.

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KELLOGG COMPANYONE KELLOG SQUARE PO BOX 3599 BATTLE CREEK MI 49016

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Inventor Name Address # of filed Patents Total Citations
Bravo, Edith Salinas Battle Creek, US 1 5
Flaget, Richard Norris Richland, US 4 10

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