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Taco Bell Sheds Light On The Seasonings It Uses In Its “Seasoned Beef”

May 2, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
Some of the ingredients in Taco Bell’s “seasoned beef” may have strange names, but they are all safe to eat and approved by the FDA, the company says on its Web site. Taco Bell revealed the list of chemicals, compounds and other stuff that comprise the 12 percent of the beef mixture that isn’t actually beef. The company explained what the ingredients are, where they come from and what their purpose is, being careful to note that they are found in a lot of other foods. Examples include sodium phosphates to provide texture to the beef, and trehalose, a naturally occurring sugar that improves taste.
"Taco Bell Reveals ‘Weird Names’ of Seasoned Beef Ingredients", Food Safety News, May 02, 2014, © Food Safety News
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