Food or edible material: processes – compositions – and products – Products per se – or processes of preparing or treating... – Beverage or beverage concentrate
C426S548000, C426S589000, C426S599000
The subject of the invention is a fiber-enriched low-calorie drink, characterized in that it comprises 1.5 to 90 g, by dry weight per liter of drink, or branched maltodextrins having between 15 and 35% of 1→6 glucoside linkages, a reducing sugar content of less than 20%, a polymolecularity index of less than 5 and a number-average molecular mass Mn at most equal to 4 500 g/mol, and in that it is stable to acidic pH and/or to heat. The subject of the invention is also the use of branched maltodextrins having between 15 and 35% of 1→6 glucoside linkages, a reducing sugar content of less than 20%, a polymolecularity index of less than 5 and a number-average molecular mass Mn at most equal to 4 500 g/mol, in order to replace all or part of the sugars in a low-calorie drink.
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Derwent abstract N° XP002184875 of RU 2 140 178.
U.S. Appl. No. 09/455,009, filed Dec. 1999, C. Fouache & al.
Young & Thompson
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