Food or edible material: processes – compositions – and products – Normally noningestible chewable material or process of... – Packaged – structurally defined – or coated
426548, 426658, 426454, 426453, 426 99, 426 96, A23G 330
A stabilized dipeptide sweetening composition useful in chewing gum applications provides longer shelf life stability and improved longer lasting sweetness. A dipeptide sweetner such as appartame is encapsulated through an anhydrous process that compresses the crystals with a mixture of inert binder ingredients so as to form a solid tablet or sheet which is then ground into fine granular particles. These particles may then be coated with a hydrophobic material such as a fat or wax and then incorporated into a variety of food applications such as chewing gum. The sweetener composition is thereby protected from adverse environmental conditions such as high temperature, moisture and pH.
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Chau Tommy L.
Cherukuri Subraman R.
Orama Angel M.
Warner-Lambert & Company
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