WASHINGTON -- The final ruling on labeling products containing ingredients with highly hydrolyzed protein or autolyzed yeast extract with the phrase "contains glutamate" has been delayed until July at the earliest. The Food and Drug Administration, in January of last year, proposed that the phrase be used as part of the common or usual description of autolyzed yeast extracts and certain hydrolyzed proteins, including hydrolyzed vegetable protein. These are commonly used as flavoring agents ...

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