Salmonella in Processed Food Ingredient Forces Recall

LAS VEGAS — Salmonella tennessee has been identified in a processed food ingredient called hydrolyzed vegetable protein produced by Basic Food Flavors here.

LAS VEGAS — Salmonella tennessee has been identified in a processed food ingredient called hydrolyzed vegetable protein produced by Basic Food Flavors here.

HVP is commonly used as a flavor enhancer in soups, sauces, stews, hot dogs, gravies, seasoned snack foods, dips and dressings. Fifty-six items including Trader Joe’s Organic Creamy Ranch Dressing & Dip, Great Value Ranch Chip Dip and Castella Chicken Soup Base have been recalled.

The Food and Drug Administratio

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