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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of hydrolyze.


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  • There have been no reports of people getting sick from eating foods with the ingredient, a flavor enhancer called hydrolyzed vegetable protein, or HVP.

    Products Recalled Over Salmonella

  • Basic Food makes a flavor enhancer called hydrolyzed vegetable protein, or HVP.

    Basic Food Sold Additive After Salmonella Found, FDA Says

  • It looks like they're now calling the hydrolyzed vegetable protein "de-fatted nutri-soy granules".

    Kalyn's Kitchen Picks: Spike Seasoning

  • Despite two additional inspections that showed contamination, the company continued to distribute the ingredient, called hydrolyzed vegetable protein, until Feb. 15, and continued to manufacture it until Feb. 20. - Local News

  • The Food and Drug Administration says a flavor-enhancing ingredient called hydrolyzed vegetable protein manufactured by a Las Vegas company is a common ingredient in many processed foods -- including soups, sauces, chilies, stews, hot dogs, gravies, seasoned snack foods, dips and dressings.

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  • Basic Food Flavors recalled the hydrolyzed vegetable protein due to salmonella contamination.

    The News Tribune Blogs

  • Thousands of processed foods - from soups to hot dogs to dips - contain a flavoring ingredient contaminated with food safety officials say most affected products are safe because cooking, either before or after sale, eliminates the risk. of Las Vegas, sold the ingredient, called hydrolyzed vegetable protein, to food manufacturers across the country.

    NYT > Home Page

  • The babies ' mothers were randomly assigned to wean their infants to either (a) standard cow ' s-milk-based infant formula, or (b) formula that had been extensively " hydrolyzed " to break down the milk proteins into much smaller parts.

    Probiotics Help Settle Stomachs, Study Says

  • Furthermore, crop rotation in sugarcane areas has led to an increase in certain food crops, while some byproducts such as hydrolyzed bagasse and dry yeast are used as animal feed.

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  • (such as hydrolyzed soy protein or hydrolyzed whey protein).

    Kansas City infoZine Headlines


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