Royalty Report: Food, Packaging & Containers, Beverages – Collection: 1465


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Created On: 2020-07-15, Record Count: 4


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Created On: 2020-07-15
Record Count: 4

Primary Industries

  • Food
  • Packaging & Containers
  • Beverages
  • Machinery
  • Tool

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IPSCIO Record ID: 1465

License Grant
The Company said that it has entered into a definitive agreement to sell its proprietary oxygen control technology that removes residual oxygen from packages, contributing to overall freshness of food and beverages.
License Property
Specific applications include crowns and closures for bottled foods and beverages, bag-in-box fitments and bags, plastic films and coatings for cans and aseptic packages. (a) all products sold by Licensee that include as a component, material that absorbs, bars, climinates, extracts and/or concentrates oxygen that, but for the purchase of the Patents Rights, would fringe the Patents Rights, and (b) any mixture or compound (other than a finished product) which includes as a component material that absorbs, bars, climinates, extracts and/or concentrates oxygen that, but for the purchase of the Patent Rights, would infringe the Patent Rights.

IPSCIO Record ID: 28811

License Grant
The Licensor entered into an exclusive License Agreement for the Canadian Licensee to utilize the Licensor Parent's proprietary breathable packaging to extend the shelf life of greenhouse grown cucumbers, peppers and tomatoes.
License Property
The Licensor will receive license fees on net revenue of the Exclusive Products utilizing the proprietary breathable packaging technology, with or without the BreatheWay® trademark.

As of February 24, 2013, two products have been added to the agreement.

The Licensor provides packaging solutions to maintain the natural shelf life of fresh fruits and vegetables.

The BreatheWay membrane increases shelf life and reduces shrink (waste) for retailers and, for certain products, eliminates the need for ice during the distribution cycle and helps to ensure that consumers receive fresh produce by the time the product makes its way through the supply chain.

In creating a product package, a BreatheWay membrane is applied over a small cutout section or an aperture of a flexible film bag or plastic tray. This highly permeable “window” acts as the mechanism to provide the majority of the gas transmission requirements for the entire package. These membranes are designed to provide three principal benefits:
BreatheWay packaging technology is designed to permit transmission of oxygen and carbon dioxide at 300 times the rate of conventional packaging films. The Company believes that these higher permeability levels will facilitate the packaging diversity required to market many types of fresh-cut and whole produce in many package sizes and configurations.

BreatheWay packaging can be tailored with carbon dioxide to oxygen transfer ratios ranging from 1.0 to 12.0 and selectively transmit oxygen and carbon dioxide at optimum rates to sustain the quality and shelf life of packaged produce. Other high permeability packaging materials, such as micro-perforated films cannot differentially control carbon dioxide permeability resulting in sub-optimal package atmosphere conditions for many produce products.

The Company has developed packaging that responds to higher oxygen requirements at elevated temperatures but is also reversible, and returns to its original state as temperatures decline. As the respiration rate of fresh produce also increases with temperature, the BreatheWay membrane’s temperature responsiveness allows packages to compensate for the change in produce respiration by automatically adjusting gas permeation rates. By doing so, detrimental package atmosphere conditions are avoided and improved quality is maintained through the distribution chain.

Field of Use
The rights granted apply to the food industry.

IPSCIO Record ID: 28063

License Grant
The Agreement, between two Malaysia companies, among other terms, granted the Licensee licensing rights to establish a bottling facility in Malaysia.  Under the Agreement, as amended, the Licensee has the right of first refusal to produce and sell the Licensor's proprietary water product on a worldwide basis, except for Canada.  The Licensor contributed bottling equipment relating to its proprietary technology to the Malaysian bottling facility.
License Property
Since its inception, the Licensor has constructed a bottling facility and has been engaged in the business of bottling and distributing bottled water product under the trade name Avani Water.  The product is an oxygen enriched, purified bottled water produced from proprietary technology developed by the Licensor.
Field of Use
The field of use relates to the water industry.

IPSCIO Record ID: 29779

License Grant
The Company entered into an agreement to sell these sub-licensing rights to the re-sealable container technology.
License Property
This re-sealable container technology is for resealing soft-drink (and other similarly configured) beverage cans, and cardboard TetraPak beverage containers.  TetraPak containers are four-sided, pyramidical beverage containers widely used in Europe, made of packaging material similar to milk cartons familiar to the U.S. market.
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