Soya

If you suffer from soya allergy, then because if the protein you are more likely to have a cow’s milk allergy.

There are at least 5 proteins in soya, an allergy to soya means an adverse reaction to one or more of those proteins.

This list is a guidance, included in this list is possible allergen, please check labels.

You may be allergic to traces of amount of the allergen, below are a few statements companies use to make you aware that the allergen is used onsite or on the same machinery. If your food allergy is severe, please look for the following statements on food labelling to avoid anaphylaxis by cross contamination. Also, be aware that companies do not have to put this statement on their labels by law, if you have a reaction to a product avoid using that food product in the future. It might be worth to contact the company if you have had a reaction, and there is no allergen or Precautionary Allergen Labelling. Contacting the company, they can check their safety onsite, or they find an ingredient has been put in error into the food product and put a food recall in place.

If you are uncertain about a product, contact the company to clarify before using the food product.

  • May contain.
  • Produced in a factory.
  • May contain X.
  • Not suitable for someone with X allergy

Foods from abroad has been included in this list, this is for guidance for the traveller.

If you would like food recall alerts directly sent to your email, please use the contact page you will be added to the next food recall alert. Please check the GDPR page, to see how your details are stored.

Drinks 
Flavoured milk drinks
Smoothies
Soya milk
Foods 
Allergy friendly breads
Artificial flavouring
Asian cuisine (Korean, Japanese, Thai, Chinese, etc.)
Baked goods
Bean curd
Biscuits
Bread/breadcrumbs/bakery item
Bulking agent
Burgers
Cakes
Canned broths and soups
Canned tuna and meat
Carob
Cereals
Cereals children 
Chicken (raw or cooked) that is processed with chicken broth
Chinese food
Chocolate
Chocolate flavouring
Chocolate spread
Cold-pressed, expeller, or extruded soya oil
Cookies
Crackers
Crumbed meats and fish
Deli meats
Edamame
Emulsifier
Energy bars, nutrition bars
Flavourings
Gelato/sorbet
Gourmet oils
Guar gum, gum arabic, vegetable gum
High-protein energy bars and snacks
Homemade bread mixes
Hot dogs
Hydrolysed Plant Proteins (HPP)
Hydrolysed soy protein (HSP)
Indian food
Indonesian food 
Infant formulas
Kinnoko flour
Kyodofu (freeze dried tofu)
Low-fat peanut butter
Mayonnaise type dressings
miso pates
Mixed tocopherols
Mono- and di-glycerides of fatty acids
Monosodium glutamate MSG
Natto
Natural flavouring
Nimame
Okara (soya pulp)
Packet soups
Pancakes
Pasta products
Peanut butter and peanut butter substitutes
Pies
Pizza
Processed meats – sausages, cold meats 
Protein extender 
Protein powders
Sausages
Soja
Soy formula
Soya
Soya albumin
Soya bran
Soya cheese
Soya concentrate
Soya fibre
Soya flour
Soya grits
Soya gum
Soya ice cream
Soya lecithin (E322)
Soya nut butter
Soya nuts
Soya oil 
Soya protein (concentrate, hydrolysed, isolate)
Soya sprouts, 
Soya yogurt
Soyabean (curd, granules)
Soyabean paste
Soybean granules
Stabiliser
Sweets
Taco shells
Tempeh
Textured soya flour (TSF)
Textured soya protein (TSP)
Textured vegetable protein (TVP)
Thai food
Thickener
Tofu
Trex, Flora White or Cookeen
Vegetable broth
Vegetable gum
Vegetable paste
Vegetable starch
vegetarian products
Vegetarian Substitutes
Vietnamese food
Vitamin E
Yakidofu
yoghurts
Yuba (bean curd)
Condiments 
Gravy powders
Mayonnaise
Miso
Salad dressings
Sauces
Seasoned salt
Shoyu (soy sauce)
Stock cubes
Tamari
Teriyaki sauce
Oral medication
Nutrition supplements (vitamins)

This information is only given as guidance and not extensive. Information to be used at individual’s responsibility. Always read the label. Always seek medical advice.

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