Advanced BioNutrition | Date: 2014-09-08
The disclosure relates to a probiotic delivery system that can be consumed as a snack-food or added to a food product. In particular, the disclosure describes a crisp and tasty treat that comprises viable probiotic microorganisms preserved in a vacuum dried matrix of sugars, proteins, and polysaccharides. The probiotic remain viable within the treat for a longer time without the need for additional moisture barrier coating. The probiotic also remain viable in the animal gastrointestinal tract.
Advanced BioNutrition | Date: 2016-09-19
Dry stabilizing compositions for bioactive materials include sugars and hydrolyzed proteins, and may be formed into tablets or other forms providing enhanced stability for the bioactive material. Compositions containing the bioactive materials may be produced by a method that includes (a) combining the bioactive material with other ingredients in an aqueous solvent to form a viscous slurry; (b) snap-freezing the slurry in liquid nitrogen to form solid frozen particles, beads, droplets or strings; (c) primary drying by water removal under vacuum of the product of step (b) while maintaining it at a temperature above its freezing temperature; and (d) secondary drying of the product of step (c) at maximum vacuum and a temperature of 20 C. or higher for a time sufficient to reduce the water activity to below 0.3 Aw.
Advanced BioNutrition | Date: 2015-03-11
The disclosure relates to a solid glass matrix of polysaccharide, saccharides and polyols as delivery vehicles for preservation and post gastric administration of a probiotic. The delivery vehicle is capable of releasing the probiotic at their site of action. The present invention further includes methods of making and using the solid glass matrix delivery vehicle of the invention.
Advanced BioNutrition | Date: 2015-08-04
A composition comprising hydrophobic droplets coated by a shell and dispersed in a matrix and a consumable product comprising the composition are provided. The hydrophobic droplets comprise a hydrophobic compound, the shell comprises an irreversibly denatured protein, and the matrix comprises a protein, a starch, and a polysaccharide. Also provided are methods for preparing the composition and the consumable product.
Advanced BioNutrition | Date: 2014-11-20
A process for selective transvinylation of a reactant carboxylic acid with a reactant vinyl ester to give a product vinyl ester and the corresponding acid of the reactant vinyl ester in the presence of one or more ruthenium catalysts, wherein a) the reactant vinyl ester, the reactant carboxylic acid and the ruthenium catalyst are supplied to a reactor, wherein b) the molar ratio of reactant vinyl ester to reactant carboxylic acid is 1:3 to 3:1, and c) the transvinylation reaction is conducted, d) on completion of the transvinylation reaction, the reactant vinyl ester and the corresponding acid are separated from the reaction mixture by distillation, e) the product vinyl ester is separated by distillation from the bottom product of the distillation, and f) the remaining reaction mixture is recycled into the reactor.
Advanced BioNutrition | Date: 2014-08-11
The present invention relates to formulations and methods for stabilizing and protecting of biologic materials during harsh storing and use conditions, wherein the formulations relate to embedded bioactive materials and biologics, including live bacteria, in a protective glassy matrix.
Advanced BioNutrition | Date: 2015-04-29
A method of preparing a feed composition includes (a) mixing one or more carotenoids and one or more phospholipids in an organic solvent to form a solution; and (b) thereafter combining the carotenoid(s) and phospholipid(s) with at least one other animal feed component. The organic solvent is a polar solvent selected from the group consisting of chlorocarbons and lower alcohols, and step (a) further includes removing the polar solvent from the solution.
Advanced BioNutrition | Date: 2014-06-16
A composition comprising a drug or pharmaceutically active agent and a bioadhesive delivery system provides for the oral delivery of a vaccine to animals, particularly aquatic animals.
Advanced BioNutrition | Date: 2014-03-12
The present invention relates to stable bioactive substances and preparation thereof. A preparation method includes dissolving a bioactive material in a solution substantially free of solutes to make a bioactive solution, adsorbing the bioactive solution onto dry polysaccharide particles to make bioactive loaded polysaccharide particles, and drying the bioactive loaded polysaccharide particles.
Advanced BioNutrition | Date: 2014-11-12
This invention is directed to the composition, method of production, aid rrse of improved edible fish, crustacean, or mollusk products enriched with one or more components that provide health benefits to humans or other animals consuming the product.