Some articles on rice, rice protein concentrate, rice protein concentrates, protein, proteins:
... had received complaints from consumers regarding a select amount of Venison Brown Rice Dry Dog Food and Venison Green Pea Dry Cat Food ... of melamine was believed to be from rice protein concentrate ... Like the first recall, the contaminants were melamine in rice protein concentrates ...
... Melamine may have been added to enhance the apparent protein content of the wheat gluten ... Binzhou Futian supplies soy, corn and other proteins to the United States, Europe and Southeast Asia ... Binzhou typically ships rice protein concentrate in white bags but on 11 April one bag was pink and had the word "melamine" stenciled on it ...
Famous quotes containing the words concentrate, rice and/or protein:
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