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Antimicrobial combinations of a sorbate preservative natamycin and a dialkyl dicarbonate useful in treating beverages and other food products and process of making


Official Gazette of the United States Patent & Trademark Office Patents 1239(3), Oct 17
Antimicrobial combinations of a sorbate preservative natamycin and a dialkyl dicarbonate useful in treating beverages and other food products and process of making
Antimicrobial combinations comprising a sorbate preservative, natamycin and a dialkyl dicarbonate at levels below the taste threshold for each of these antimicrobials but such that combination is effective against food spoilage microorganisms. These antimicrobial combinations are useful in treating beverages, especially dilute juice beverages, calcium fortified beverages, beverages containing tea solids, and beverages containing milk solids and proteins, as well as other acidified, high water activity food and beverage products such as cheese, sausage, ready-to-spread frostings, salad dressings, mayonnaise, and the like, that are susceptible to food spoilage microorganisms, including yeasts such as Zygosaccharomyces balii.


Accession: 034421632



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