Integrative Flavors’ Products Unaffected by HVP Recall

Integrative Flavors has manufactured soup bases and flavor concentrates since 1938.

Online PR News – 06-March-2010 – – Integrative Flavors, manufacturer of Cook’s Delight gourmet quality soup bases and flavor concentrates, is unaffected by the recall caused by the HVP (Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein) produced by Basic Food Flavors.

“Fortunately none of our products will be impacted by the rolling recalls that are hitting the food industry in the wake of the HVP recall” said Georgeann Quealy, President of Integrative Flavors. “We have received numerous calls from existing customers who were understandably concerned about the safety of our products and we were very pleased to be able to ease their minds.”

Hydrolyzed Vegetable Proteins are a very common flavor enhancing ingredient used in many foods including soups, sauces, gravies and dips. The effect the recall will have on the entire food industry is still unknown and will probably take days or even weeks to be fully revealed.

“We have also received an unusual amount of calls from new customers who need immediate assistance replacing soup bases or other flavors that have been recalled” commented John True, Director of Sales. “We are very happy to be in a position to provide this kind of support for our customers and we have extended our production hours to accommodate the increase in demand for our products.”

Integrative Flavors has been manufacturing soup bases, gravy mixes, seasonings and flavor concentrates since 1938. We specialize in the private labeling and custom formulation of low sodium, gluten free, all natural and organic certified flavor solutions for chefs in food service and industrial settings.