WO2009071785A2 - Conical foodstuff container and manufacturing method and machine - Google Patents

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WO2009071785A2
WO2009071785A2 PCT/FR2008/052066 FR2008052066W WO2009071785A2 WO 2009071785 A2 WO2009071785 A2 WO 2009071785A2 FR 2008052066 W FR2008052066 W FR 2008052066W WO 2009071785 A2 WO2009071785 A2 WO 2009071785A2
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A21BAKING; EDIBLE DOUGHS
    • A21CMACHINES OR EQUIPMENT FOR MAKING OR PROCESSING DOUGHS; HANDLING BAKED ARTICLES MADE FROM DOUGH
    • A21C15/00Apparatus for handling baked articles
    • A21C15/02Apparatus for shaping or moulding baked wafers; Making multi-layer wafer sheets
    • A21C15/025Apparatus for shaping or moulding baked wafers, e.g. to obtain cones for ice cream
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A21BAKING; EDIBLE DOUGHS
    • A21BBAKERS' OVENS; MACHINES OR EQUIPMENT FOR BAKING
    • A21B5/00Baking apparatus for special goods; Other baking apparatus
    • A21B5/02Apparatus for baking hollow articles, waffles, pastry, biscuits, or the like
    • A21B5/026Apparatus for baking hollow articles, waffles, pastry, biscuits, or the like for baking waffle cups or cones
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A21BAKING; EDIBLE DOUGHS
    • A21DTREATMENT, e.g. PRESERVATION, OF FLOUR OR DOUGH, e.g. BY ADDITION OF MATERIALS; BAKING; BAKERY PRODUCTS; PRESERVATION THEREOF
    • A21D13/00Finished or partly finished bakery products
    • A21D13/04Products made from materials other than rye or wheat flour
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A21BAKING; EDIBLE DOUGHS
    • A21DTREATMENT, e.g. PRESERVATION, OF FLOUR OR DOUGH, e.g. BY ADDITION OF MATERIALS; BAKING; BAKERY PRODUCTS; PRESERVATION THEREOF
    • A21D13/00Finished or partly finished bakery products
    • A21D13/06Products with modified nutritive value, e.g. with modified starch content
    • A21D13/064Products with modified nutritive value, e.g. with modified starch content with modified protein content
    • A21D13/066Gluten-free products
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A21BAKING; EDIBLE DOUGHS
    • A21DTREATMENT, e.g. PRESERVATION, OF FLOUR OR DOUGH, e.g. BY ADDITION OF MATERIALS; BAKING; BAKERY PRODUCTS; PRESERVATION THEREOF
    • A21D13/00Finished or partly finished bakery products
    • A21D13/30Filled, to be filled or stuffed products
    • A21D13/32Filled, to be filled or stuffed products filled or to be filled after baking, e.g. sandwiches
    • A21D13/33Edible containers, e.g. cups or cones
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A21BAKING; EDIBLE DOUGHS
    • A21DTREATMENT, e.g. PRESERVATION, OF FLOUR OR DOUGH, e.g. BY ADDITION OF MATERIALS; BAKING; BAKERY PRODUCTS; PRESERVATION THEREOF
    • A21D13/00Finished or partly finished bakery products
    • A21D13/40Products characterised by the type, form or use
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A23FOODS OR FOODSTUFFS; THEIR TREATMENT, NOT COVERED BY OTHER CLASSES
    • A23PSHAPING OR WORKING OF FOODSTUFFS, NOT FULLY COVERED BY A SINGLE OTHER SUBCLASS
    • A23P20/00Coating of foodstuffs; Coatings therefor; Making laminated, multi-layered, stuffed or hollow foodstuffs
    • A23P20/20Making of laminated, multi-layered, stuffed or hollow foodstuffs, e.g. by wrapping in preformed edible dough sheets or in edible food containers

Abstract

Foodstuff container (1) having a conical wall (2) comprising at least one sheet (3) rolled into a cone and having at least one overlap (5) where two overlapping portions (4a, 4b) of the sheet overlap each other. The sheet (3) comprises predominantly an edible gluten-free material, the two overlapping portions (4a, 4b) exhibiting intrinsic mutual adhesion without the addition of any adhesive product.

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B07-3824QT - EGA / EVH Submitter: Mr. SOUDY Marc

conical food container, method and machine for producing

Invention: SOUDY Marc

conical food container, method and machine for producing

The invention relates to the field of food to eat by hand, like sandwiches. The invention particularly relates to the field of food containers used in such foods.

In this area, there are sandwiches, which have a piece of bread around other foods such as sausage, salads or meat. The bread is both a food container and food. A sandwich has the advantage of being used without plate. This avoids a step crockery. When the consumer eats a sandwich, it consumes both the food container and content. In the case of a sandwich, the volume of the food container is usually prominent on the total volume of food or food ingredients in the sandwich. Indeed, it is necessary that the edible container is rigid and do demonstrate sufficient sealing to enable ingredients s not escape when the sandwich or put the eatable without cutlery or the like, is transported in said position or tasting when it is eaten by the consumer.

Often, the presence of an envelope, a strapping, or the pressure of hands, when gripping helps to maintain the food in the container. Eat a sandwich or a dish eatable without cutlery or similar amounts for the consumer to accept the bread or pizza dough as the main element of their diet.

The patent application WO 96/37109 describes a food cone. A bread dough belt is spirally wound around a cone. The cohesion of the cone and sealing are obtained by using a high content of gluten flour to increase the elasticity of the strip of bread dough during the winding and obtain adhesion between the band overlapping zones in the firing the cone thus formed. The disadvantage of such a food cone is that it is not suitable for consumers who are allergic to gluten or to reduce their consumption of bread.

Some consumers can not eat bread. In addition, consumer food habit consists in making traditional meals in which bread is a dietary supplement. The amount of bread consumed is left to his free will, and usually much less than the total volume of food.

Therefore, the balance of the volume of bread, compared to foods or food ingredients contained in a sandwich, change the habit and the consumer's food balance. This also changes the perception of the flavor that he would if he ate the same foods or food ingredients on a plate. Consumers are increasingly aware of the medical profession and the public authorities, for example in the National Health and Nutrition Plan, an increasingly balanced diet and increasing dietary. A need exists for an edible food without cutlery, more balanced nutritionally than a sandwich made with bread or pizza dough.

Furthermore, it is known from US Patent 4,929,458 a method for manufacturing conical wafer. The wafer is wound around a conical mold, and then a series of conical molds are stacked in each other, interposing patties ready to cook. Finally, the assembly is immersed in the frying oil. Such wafers are fat and are not nutritionally balanced.

The invention provides an edible food container that reduces allergy or food balance problems while allowing consuming hand the food container and its contents.

We discovered with great astonishment, that it is possible to make food containers with virtually gluten material.

According to one embodiment, the food container has a conical wall, comprises at least one coiled sheet cone-shaped and has at least an overlapping area where two overlapping portions of the sheet overlap one another. The sheet mainly comprises a gluten-free edible material. The two cover portions have between them an intrinsic adhesion without addition of sticky product.

The fact that the cover portions have an adhesion in spite of the absence of gluten, imparts good mechanical cohesion to the conical shape. This will consume, holding it in his hand, the food container and its contents. This allows the food container having the consistency of a cone.

According to one embodiment, the food container contains flour of at least one product made from corn, brown rice, millet, buckwheat or quinoa. Such cereals are deemed not to contain gluten.

Advantageously, the material shows no yeast. Phyllo bricks or sheets can be used to form the cone.

According to one embodiment, the material of the sheet comprises collagen, and in particular comprises one or more slices of beef, pork, sheep meat, fowl meat, or fish meat. In particular, the horn can be made from bacon, beef, bressaola, Bündnerfleisch, turkey, ham, Parma ham, chicken, smoked salmon or not, trout, ... etc.

According to another aspect, the invention relates to a method of manufacturing a food container in which is wound at least one edible material sheet without gluten around a conical mandrel, is caused to cover two cover portions of said material and raising the temperature of said material above a threshold temperature rise exceeding the operating temperature of the container during a period of heating. is maintained one against the other two cover portions for at least part of the period of heating, so that can develop an intrinsic adhesion between the two portions without the addition of sticky product. The hold against each other the overlapping portions of the sheet of material allows that develops during the period of heating an intrinsic adhesion. Without holding means, the cover portions flee and / or would retract without adhering to one another. Without the temperature rise, the natural adhesion of two portions pressed one against the other is insufficient. The fact that maintenance occurs during the warm-up achieves a sufficient level of cohesion.

Advantageously, maintaining the two cover portions let the material shrink during the period of heating. In particular, the holding means can exert a transverse pressure on the cover portions of the horn material while allowing a tangential sliding of the material. This allows the surfaces of the two cover portions of s' and interpenetrate to increase the inherent adhesion of the overlapping zone after heating or cooking of the material sheet.

According to another aspect, the invention relates to a manufacture of a food container machine comprising a conical mandrel, a mandrel adapted to drive the rotating motor about the axis of the cone and a temperature source. It includes a holding means in the state covered with two cover portions of said food container.

Advantageously the mandrel comprises a sliding means able to allow sliding the material of said food container along the cone axis during the action of the heat source.

Advantageously, the retaining means comprises a mesh cone surrounding the mandrel, the food container material being intended to be arranged between the mesh cone and the mandrel.

Advantageously, the heat source is distributed along a generatrix of the cone.

Other features and advantages of the invention will appear on reading the detailed description of some embodiments taken by way of non-restrictive examples and illustrated by the accompanying drawings, in which: Figure 1 shows the food container after cooking; 2 shows a first food horn manufacturing step;

- Figure 3 shows a manufacturing step in the early warm-up period; and Figure 4 shows a manufacturing step at the end of the period of heating.

As illustrated in Figure 1, a hollow conical shape has a thin wall 2 consisting of a film 3 wound into a cone shape and having at both ends of the cover portions 4a and 4b are superimposed to one another in a overlap region 5 of the cone-shaped one.

The conical shape 1 provides a substantially sealed tip 6, so that the conical shape able to receive food pasty or semi-liquid without it there is flow through the wall 2.

The conical shape 1 also has a free edge 7 forming a space curve which extends on average in a plane perpendicular to the axis 8 of the cone-shaped one.

It is possible to surround the outer lower part of the food container of a package, for example paper, allowing the user manually consuming the food does not touch directly the material of the wall 2 which may be greasy. Such paper not shown in the figure also allows the seller to prepare hygienically edible food manually.

The cover portions 4a and 4b are as welded to each other, and give the conical Form 1 a good mechanical cohesion and waterproof form.

will now be using the figures 2 to 4, describe a method of manufacturing the food horn. As illustrated in Figure 2, the manufacturing machine 10 includes a motor of Drive 1 1 designed to be secured to a worktable by a base 12. A tapered mandrel 13 is rotated about its axis 8 by the motor 10 . a sheet of material 14 before heating is cut for example quadrants, and wound around the mandrel 13 slightly protruding from the tip 13a of the tapered mandrel 13.

By overlapping two portions of end 14a and 14b of the material 14 before heating sheet, the overlap area extends up to the tip 14c of the heating material before.

As illustrated in Figure 3, a retaining mesh 15 covers the 14 before heating sheet of material. The mesh is plated to ensure a homogeneous pressure on the entire 14 before heating sheet of material, in particular by pressing the cover portions 14a and 14b one against the other.

Heating the front sheet of material 14 has a substantially uniform thickness all around 16 of the conical shape 1 except where overlap the cover portions 14a and 14b and the tip 14c. The machine 10 comprises a heating ramp 17 disposed horizontally. A sub-base 18 allows to incline the axis 8 of rotation of the machine so as to position the generatrix of the cone-shaped one with respect to the heating ramp 17. Advantageously, the generatrix of the cone 1 is inclined at an angle less than 30 ° and preferably between 10 ° and 15 ° with respect to the heating ramp 17. This allows the tip of the cone food does not blow faster than the end of larger diameter.

As illustrated in Figure 4, the material after heating 3 s is strongly retracted relative to the volume and the size of the material before heating 14. The thickness 16 has been reduced, the surface of the cover portions 14a and 14b have been reduced to the surfaces 4a and 4b. The shape of the tip 14c has become more homogeneous by retracting on itself to form the tip seal 6. A play between the retaining mesh 15 and the material of the conical shape of the material after curing 3.

The tapered mandrel 13 is covered with a non-stick surface 13b, for example consisting of Teflon® allowing sliding of the conical material during the period of heating of the shape 14 to form 3.

The withdrawal takes place generally so homothetic while creating an inherent adhesion to the portions of cooked material having the pressure against each other, as the cover portions 14a, 14b and 14c tip.

In the case of a meat-based material or fish meat, natural collagen is giving rise to the development of this intrinsic adhesion during the period of heating.

The conical holding roasting ensured a significant contact pressure at the beginning period of heating, at a time when the cover portions 14a and 14b are just superposed one to the other without adhering again to each other. As and when the heating phase, and the reduction of the thickness 16, maintaining 15 mesh reduces its effect and do exerts more pressure than gravity. This allows the material 14, 3 to slide tangentially on the release surface 13b.

Alternatively, the holding grid 15 is kept pressed against the cone of the food material by an axial spring mechanism. This keeps one against the other the cover portions 14a and 14b during a longer period. The plating effort is however limited to enable the material 14, 3 to slide tangentially on the release surface 13b.

In a last step, maintaining mesh 15 is removed and the one conical shape is removed from the tapered mandrel 13 and the temperature drops to room temperature. This cooling also helps to consolidate the mutual adhesion and the mechanical cohesion of the conical shape.

Although the intrinsic adhesion does not require the addition of sticky product, the content of foods disposed inside the conical shape of the food container may nevertheless contribute to consolidate for example the sealing of the conical shape. Can be arranged at the bottom of the cone 1 a pea or chickpea so as to consolidate the sealing cone of the bottom 1. The intrinsic adhesion is sufficient to freeze the cone 1 and thaw without the portions covering 14a, 14b after heating from becoming detached from one another.

A particular advantage of a container meat food is such that the rigidity of such a food container is less influenced by moisture containing the containers using the dough.

The fact of implementing and preparing food without gluten so that develops an intrinsic adhesion, achieves food cones with surprising mechanical cohesion.

Claims

1. Food container (1) having a conical wall (2), comprising at least one coiled sheet (3) in a cone shape and having at least one overlap zone (5) where two cover portions (4a, 4b) the sheet overlap one another, characterized in that the sheet (3) predominantly comprises an edible material without gluten and comprises collagen, the two cover portions (4a, 4b) having therebetween an intrinsic adhesion without adding sticky product.
2. Food container according to claim 1, wherein the material of the rolled sheet (3) is adapted, after heating to retract with respect to warm-up before material.
3. Food Container according to one of the preceding claims, wherein the material (3) has no yeast.
4. Food Container according to one of the preceding claims, wherein the sheet material (3) comprises one or more slices of beef, pork, sheep meat, fowl meat, or fish meat.
5. A method of manufacturing a food container in which is wound at least one edible material sheet without gluten around a conical mandrel (13) and is made to cover both cover portions (14a, 14b) of said material, raising the temperature of said material above a threshold temperature rise above the container operating temperature during a period of heating, and maintained one against the other two cover portions (14a, 14b) for at least a portion of the period of heating, so that can develop an intrinsic adhesion between the two portions (14a, 14b) without the addition of sticky product, characterized in that maintaining the two cover portions (14a, 3a, 14b, 3b) leaves the material to retract during the period of heating.
6. making machine of a food container according to one of claims 1 to 4, comprising a conical mandrel (13), and a holding means (15) in the state covered with two cover portions (14a, 14b ) of said food container, characterized in that it comprises a temperature source (17) adapted to raise the temperature of the food container and the holding means is adapted to hold one against the other two cover portions during at least part of the heating period.
7. Machine according to claim 6, comprising an engine (1 1) adapted to drive the mandrel (13) in rotation about the axis of the cone (8)
8. Machine according to claim 6 or 7, wherein the retaining means comprises a mesh cone (15) surrounding the mandrel (13), the food container material being intended to be arranged between the mesh cone (15) and the mandrel (13).
9. Machine according to claim 8, wherein the holding means is such that the roasting reduces its effect as and measuring the heating phase so as to allow the sliding material of said food container along the axis of the cone (8) during the action of the heat source (17).
10. Machine according to one of Claims 6 to 9, wherein the heat source (17) is distributed along a generatrix of the cone.
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