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Burcon Awarded U.S. Patent Allowances For Canola-Based Food Processing Ingredients

October 15, 2009: 09:27 AM EST
The U.S. Patent Office has awarded patent allowances for technologies related to the production of canola protein-based food ingredients from Canada’s Burcon NutraScience Corporation. Burcon’s Puratein is described as a cruciferin-rich canola protein isolate with emulsification and thickening properties useful in making dressings, sauces, meat substitutes, baked goods, and protein bars. Supertein is a napin-rich canola protein isolate made of albumin proteins whose solubility and foaming properties make it useful for beverages, candies, desserts, and protein bars. The company, which also makes a soy protein isolate, says securing the patent allowances is critical to its commercialization strategy.
"Burcon Receives three Notices of Allowance from the United States Patent and Trademark Office", Newswire, October 15, 2009, © CNW Group
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