The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Basic Food Flavors  "continued to make and distribute food ingredients for about a month after it learned the bacteria salmonella was present at its processing facility, according to a Food and Drug Administration report."

The recall of products containing hydrolyzed vegetable protein, announced last week involves more

More companies added products to the growing list of recalled food products containing Salmonella contaminated hydrolyzed vegetable protein (HVP).  HVP is a flavor enhancer used in a wide variety of processed food products, such as soups, sauces, chilis, stews, hot dogs, gravies, seasoned snack foods, dips, and dressings.  The manufacturer of the contaminated HVP is Basic

Late yesterday, Tim’s Cascade Snacks of Algona, Washington recalled its ‘HAWAIIAN® Kettle Style Potato Chips – SWEET MAUI ONION’ AND ‘HAWAIIAN – SWEET MAUI ONION RINGS’ because they have the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella.  The recalled chips were distributed nationwide and in Canada through retail stores, distributors, direct delivery and internet sales. These products

To date, at least three different companies have recalled a variety of food products due to fears that the products contain salmonella-contaminated hydrolyzed vegetable protein (HVP).  Johnny’s Fine Foods Inc. of Tacoma, WA, has recalled its powdered french dip au jus mix; Kroger has recalled two onion dip and soup mixes; and T Marzetti Company