Salmonella Found In Food Addatives

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  • The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced on Thursday a recall of salad dressing, chip dip, soup mixes and several other foods containing a common food additive due to a possible salmonella contamination.


    According to the FDA, the additive, hydrolyzed vegetable protein, is widely used in foods, but has not been directly linked to any illness.


    Currently, the contamination presents a low risk to consumers, but the FDA has asked food producers to check inventories for items that use the recalled additive.


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    The Los Angeles Times , 3/5/10.

Published On: March 05, 2010

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