From: zeez on
Hoooo boy, someone is going to the gallows for this

http://www.accessdata.fda.gov/scripts/HVPCP/

Information current as of noon March 06, 2010
94 entries in list
Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein Containing Products Recall List: Main
Page

Note: This list includes products subject to recall in the United
States since February 2010 related to hydrolyzed vegetable protein
(HVP) paste and powder distributed by Basic Food Flavors, Inc. This
list will be updated with publicly available information as received.
The information is current as of the date indicated. Once included,
recalls will remain listed. If we learn that any information is not
accurate, we will revise the list as soon as possible. When available,
this database also includes photos of recalled products that have been
voluntarily submitted by recalling firms to the FDA to assist the
public in identifying those products that are subject to recall.
Bouillon Products

Herbox

Dip and Dip Mix Products

Concord Foods

De la Casa

Delicioso

Follow Your Heart

Fresh Food Concepts

Great Value

Johnny's Fine Foods

McCormick

Oak Lake Farms

Reser's

Rojo's

T. Marzetti

Dressing and Dressing Mix Products

Follow Your Heart

Reser's

Trader Joe's

Gravy Mix Products

McCormick

Pre-Packaged Meal Products

Follow Your Heart

Prepared Salad Products

Reser's

Snack and Snack Mix Products

CVS

HK Anderson

Hawaiian

National Pretzel Company

President's Choice

Safeway

Sunflower Markets

Soup Mix Products

Castella

Homemade Gourmet

Stuffing Products

McCormick



Short URL: http://con.st/10002943
hydrolyzed vegetable protein
Salmonella In Common Food Additive Leads To Recall Of Pretty Much
Every Food Ever
By Laura Northrup on March 7, 2010 10:00 AM 0 views

(Consumer Reports)

Hydrolyzed vegetable protein is a flavor enhancer, similar in
composition and tastiness to the much-maligned monosodium glutamate,
that is seemingly unavoidable. Thanks to salmonella contamination in
the HVP paste at Basic Food Flavors, Inc. in Las Vegas, the FDA has
recalled every food containing the product, ranging from salty snacks
to salad dressings to soup and gravy mixes. The list of recalled foods
containing the product is still growing, and encompasses familiar
brand names ranging from Walmart's Great Value brand to McCormick to
Trader Joe's. Now we now get to find out exactly how complex our food
supply is and how widely used an additive HVP is.

As of this writing, there are 94 specific products recalled.
From: Bill on
Salmonella-induced gastroenteritis - The incubation period ranges from
several hours to two days. Signs and symptoms may include:

-Nausea
-Vomiting
-Abdominal pain
-Diarrhea
-Fever
-Chills
-Headache
-Muscle pains
-Blood in the stool



"zeez" wrote in message
> Hoooo boy, someone is going to the gallows for this
>
> http://www.accessdata.fda.gov/scripts/HVPCP/
>
> Information current as of noon March 06, 2010
> 94 entries in list
> Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein Containing Products Recall List: Main
> Page
>
> Note: This list includes products subject to recall in the United
> States since February 2010 related to hydrolyzed vegetable protein
> (HVP) paste and powder distributed by Basic Food Flavors, Inc. This
> list will be updated with publicly available information as received.
> The information is current as of the date indicated. Once included,
> recalls will remain listed. If we learn that any information is not
> accurate, we will revise the list as soon as possible. When available,
> this database also includes photos of recalled products that have been
> voluntarily submitted by recalling firms to the FDA to assist the
> public in identifying those products that are subject to recall.
> Bouillon Products
>
> Herbox
>
> Dip and Dip Mix Products
>
> Concord Foods
>
> De la Casa
>
> Delicioso
>
> Follow Your Heart
>
> Fresh Food Concepts
>
> Great Value
>
> Johnny's Fine Foods
>
> McCormick
>
> Oak Lake Farms
>
> Reser's
>
> Rojo's
>
> T. Marzetti
>
> Dressing and Dressing Mix Products
>
> Follow Your Heart
>
> Reser's
>
> Trader Joe's
>
> Gravy Mix Products
>
> McCormick
>
> Pre-Packaged Meal Products
>
> Follow Your Heart
>
> Prepared Salad Products
>
> Reser's
>
> Snack and Snack Mix Products
>
> CVS
>
> HK Anderson
>
> Hawaiian
>
> National Pretzel Company
>
> President's Choice
>
> Safeway
>
> Sunflower Markets
>
> Soup Mix Products
>
> Castella
>
> Homemade Gourmet
>
> Stuffing Products
>
> McCormick
>
>
>
> Short URL: http://con.st/10002943
> hydrolyzed vegetable protein
> Salmonella In Common Food Additive Leads To Recall Of Pretty Much
> Every Food Ever
> By Laura Northrup on March 7, 2010 10:00 AM 0 views
>
> (Consumer Reports)
>
> Hydrolyzed vegetable protein is a flavor enhancer, similar in
> composition and tastiness to the much-maligned monosodium glutamate,
> that is seemingly unavoidable. Thanks to salmonella contamination in
> the HVP paste at Basic Food Flavors, Inc. in Las Vegas, the FDA has
> recalled every food containing the product, ranging from salty snacks
> to salad dressings to soup and gravy mixes. The list of recalled foods
> containing the product is still growing, and encompasses familiar
> brand names ranging from Walmart's Great Value brand to McCormick to
> Trader Joe's. Now we now get to find out exactly how complex our food
> supply is and how widely used an additive HVP is.
>
> As of this writing, there are 94 specific products recalled.


From: Rod Speed on
zeez wrote:

> Hoooo boy, someone is going to the gallows for this

Only in your pathetic little drug crazed fantasyland.

> http://www.accessdata.fda.gov/scripts/HVPCP/
>
> Information current as of noon March 06, 2010
> 94 entries in list
> Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein Containing Products Recall List: Main
> Page
>
> Note: This list includes products subject to recall in the United
> States since February 2010 related to hydrolyzed vegetable protein
> (HVP) paste and powder distributed by Basic Food Flavors, Inc. This
> list will be updated with publicly available information as received.
> The information is current as of the date indicated. Once included,
> recalls will remain listed. If we learn that any information is not
> accurate, we will revise the list as soon as possible. When available,
> this database also includes photos of recalled products that have been
> voluntarily submitted by recalling firms to the FDA to assist the
> public in identifying those products that are subject to recall.
> Bouillon Products
>
> Herbox
>
> Dip and Dip Mix Products
>
> Concord Foods
>
> De la Casa
>
> Delicioso
>
> Follow Your Heart
>
> Fresh Food Concepts
>
> Great Value
>
> Johnny's Fine Foods
>
> McCormick
>
> Oak Lake Farms
>
> Reser's
>
> Rojo's
>
> T. Marzetti
>
> Dressing and Dressing Mix Products
>
> Follow Your Heart
>
> Reser's
>
> Trader Joe's
>
> Gravy Mix Products
>
> McCormick
>
> Pre-Packaged Meal Products
>
> Follow Your Heart
>
> Prepared Salad Products
>
> Reser's
>
> Snack and Snack Mix Products
>
> CVS
>
> HK Anderson
>
> Hawaiian
>
> National Pretzel Company
>
> President's Choice
>
> Safeway
>
> Sunflower Markets
>
> Soup Mix Products
>
> Castella
>
> Homemade Gourmet
>
> Stuffing Products
>
> McCormick
>
>
>
> Short URL: http://con.st/10002943
> hydrolyzed vegetable protein
> Salmonella In Common Food Additive Leads To Recall Of Pretty Much
> Every Food Ever
> By Laura Northrup on March 7, 2010 10:00 AM 0 views
>
> (Consumer Reports)
>
> Hydrolyzed vegetable protein is a flavor enhancer, similar in
> composition and tastiness to the much-maligned monosodium glutamate,
> that is seemingly unavoidable. Thanks to salmonella contamination in
> the HVP paste at Basic Food Flavors, Inc. in Las Vegas, the FDA has
> recalled every food containing the product, ranging from salty snacks
> to salad dressings to soup and gravy mixes. The list of recalled foods
> containing the product is still growing, and encompasses familiar
> brand names ranging from Walmart's Great Value brand to McCormick to
> Trader Joe's. Now we now get to find out exactly how complex our food
> supply is and how widely used an additive HVP is.
>
> As of this writing, there are 94 specific products recalled.