ApplicationNo. 05/536408 filed on 12/26/1974
US Classes:127/58, Crystallizing or solidifying127/22, Melting or dissolving127/30, Sugars only127/61, Evaporating to crystallization264/349, MISCELLANEOUS366/145, Including temperature control366/160.3, By variable pump366/301, Intermeshing with each other366/97, With rotating stirrer425/113, Extrusion shaping means426/492, Including vaporization, e.g., distillation, concentration-evaporation, etc.426/660Confection
ExaminersPrimary: Wolk, Morris O.
Assistant: Marantz, Sidney
Attorney, Agent or Firm
International ClassA23G 3/02 (20060101)
Foreign Application Priority Data1973-12-28 FR
AbstractNon-crystalline sugary materials are made from sugar and glucose syrup by heating an undissolved mixture of undiluted crystallized sugar and liquid glucose in an extrusion machine having meshing screws within a casing with means for heating the casing to heat the mixture to about 130°C and to knead the mixture as it passes through the machine. The material leaving the machine is non-crystalline sugary matter suitable for confectionery use.
Field of SearchConfection