A large number of processed foods made with a basic food flavoring additive has been recalled due to contamination with Salmonella.
The basic food flavoring is a hydrolyzed vegetable protein, and it’s commonly added to many foods such as chip dip, soup mixes, pre-packed meal products and more. Click here to review the list from the FDA.
Salmonella is a bacteria that attacks the digestive track resulting in unwanted symptoms such as diarrhea, vomiting, chills, headache, etc.
The best way to avoid Salmonella is to thoroughly cook your foods before eating and wash your hands after handling food items such as raw eggs and raw meats including poultry.