HVP Recall: Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein Recall and Food Safety Concerns

If you google Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein, you will be overwhelmed with the amount of articles that show up about the recent recall of a additive, not a food!  This recall is reported to be heading in the direction of the largest food recall in U.S. history.  It’s not the spinach and it’s not the peanuts.  It’s a additive added to a large majority of our food!

I’d highly recommend reading about the HVP recall as it sheds light on a very serious issue we have with our industrial food system.  The industrial monster is a raging diseased animal and is on the loose!

Check out some of these articles:

It’s Not a Food. It’s in Everything…And Now It’s Tainted with Salmonella

FDA announces a recall of an acronym – HVP, or “hydrolyzed vegetable protein” – found in soups, sauces, chilis, stews, hot dogs, gravies, snack foods, dips and dressings. It could lead to the largest food recall in U.S. history

Salmonella found in food additive sparks recall

Stores including those operated by Safeway are pulling items that could contain tainted hydrolyzed vegetable protein.

Salmonella Scare Leads to FDA Recall of Processed Foods

A list of more than 50 recalled foods on the Web site includes several dips manufactured by T. Marzetti, Sweet Maui Onion potato chips manufactured by Tim’s Cascade Snacks, Tortilla Soup mix made by Homemade Gourmet and several prepackaged “Follow Your Heart” tofu meals manufactured by Earth Island.

List of Walmart Recalled Items

List includes several different sizes, kinds and flavors of dressings and dips as well as some snack food items.  Some Brands include: T. Marzetti, Oak Lake Farms, Great Value Ranch Chip Dips (Walmart Brand), Tim’s Cascade Snacks, and Reser’s Fine Foods brand.

Recall:  Products Containing HVP Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein from the FDA

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