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Apr 08, 2005

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» Can't patent the crustless PB&J from Overlawyered
Smuckers' patent no. 6,004,596, which attempted to claim, inter alia:A sealed crustless sandwich, comprising: a first bread layer having a first perimeter surface coplanar to a contact surface; at least one filling of an edible... [Read More]

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