|Posted on Saturday, April 20, 2013 - 1:05 pm: || |
On 4/3, Tyson recalled Spare Time Uncooked Chicken Tenderloin Fritters and Tyson Uncooked Breaded Chicken Tenderloins that had been shipped for distribution to *restaurants and institutions* because the items contained undeclared soy in a marinade sub-ingredient, specifically concentrated soy protein. They attributed the error to a label change after reformulation.
Personal comment: another example of inaccurate labels and/or glutamate "enhanced" food distributed behind the scenes.
Read the article here: http://www.foodproductdesign.com/news/2013/04/tyson-chicken-products-recalled-over-undeclared-a.aspx
|Posted on Saturday, April 20, 2013 - 4:06 pm: || |
One of my worst MSG reactions ever came from food with a clean label that had the original printed ingredients amended with "salt" added at the end in obviously different script than the rest. I highly suspect they were taking a short cut from saying "monosodium glutamate". These days I would have reported it myself.
|Posted on Tuesday, April 23, 2013 - 11:58 am: || |
Roy, wow. That is remarkable. Maybe the person who made the addition thought "monosodium glutamate" equalled "sodium" equalled "salt"? Then again, there are "salts" with MSG ingredients. There is no real accountability.