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tr.v. mi·cro·en·cap·su·lat·ed, mi·cro·en·cap·su·lat·ing, mi·cro·en·cap·su·lates
To enclose in microcapsules.

mi′cro·en·cap′su·la′tion n.
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Scientists at Michigan State University made both yogurt and pasteurized liquid milk from whole cow's milk, which was fortified with ferrous bisglycinate, ferrous lactate and ferrous sulfate microencapsulate. It appears that ferrous sulfate microencapsulate was the best option for fortifying both yogurt and pasteurized liquid milk.
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Through a proprietary micro-encapsulation technology, VitaminSpice is able to take vitamins, minerals and supplements, microencapsulate them and add them to any product on the market.
[??]melifetm has been developed under an exclusive agreement with New Zealand company Speirs Nutritionals Limited who will microencapsulate Croda's premium quality fish oil concentrates into omega 3 emulsions for incorporation in a wide range of solid and liquid food products.
This supplier of dewebbers, defoamers and processing aids for rubber manufacturing has introduced a product which can microencapsulate scents in rubber products.
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