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Avoid hidden sources of MSG

Free glutamate and the MSG labelling loopholeIf MSG is added to a food, it must appear in the ingredients list as MSG or flavour enhancer 621. However, there is a loophole. Most consumers don’t realise that ingredients such as hydrolysed vegetable protein, soy sauce or yeast extracts contain free glutamates that are essentially the same as MSG. Due to consumer requests, in 1996 the USFDA published an advance notice of proposed rulemaking with several options such as a requirement that all foods with 0.2 g or more of free glutamate per serving must state the amount of free glutamate on the label. This regulation would be very helpful for people who are sensitive to MSG! Predictably, the proposal was opposed by the food industry – such as the International Hydrolyzed Protein Council (IHPC) – and 14 years later, nothing has happened. Consequently, consumers must learn for themselves the deceptive and ever-changing ways that MSG can be described on labels. Further reading:Food Labeling for the 21st Century: A Report by the Center for Science in the Public Interest, p26.

 

Avoid hidden sources of MSG

Free glutamate can be listed as

  • HVP (hydrolysed vegetable protein)
  • HPP (hydrolysed plant protein)

and any combinations of

  • hydrolized, autolyzed, formulated
  • vegetable, wheat, gluten, soy, maize, plant
  • protein
  • yeast (except in baked products like bread), yeast flakes
  • yeast extracts (Vegemite, Marmite and similar foods such as Promite, Natex savoury spread, Vegespread and Vecon contain free glutamates)

Free glutamate can also be present in added flavours in savoury foods

  • flavour, flavours
  • natural flavour/s

Free glutamate can also be added as

  • kombu extract
  • broth
  • vegetable powder, tomato powder, etc
  • soy sauce – even without any additives, this is naturally very high in glutamates
  • other sauces and seasonings e.g. BBQ sauce, Worcester sauce, Bragg’s all purpose seasoning
  • all stocks and stock cubes

Here’s a great list of hidden sources (from MSGexposed.com).

VD: QMI Quality Management Training Institute

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