Equipment/Technology, Processing, fries, chips

Novel potato chips: The patentable art of processing potatoes

For millennia, those living in the Andean highland regions of Bolivia and Peru carefully tended to and cultivated over 3000 varieties of potatoes, many of which remain unknown to our collective palates today. Like their Andean predecessors, modern day inventors continue to slice, dice, freeze, bake, dehydrate, fry and otherwise manipulate the characteristics of the humble potato in patentable ways.  This brief article examines some recently issued U.S. patents to determine what they disclose about the technological art of processing potatoes. More

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